• Easter Festival of Fun

    Bank Holiday festival of Beer, Food, Fun & Games for all the family

    Events & Activities
  • Tip up and top up with our fantastic new Spring menus

    High quality dishes using locally sourced produce.

    View our menus
  • Pizza to eat in or takeaway

    9" pizzas which are made using only fresh ingredients.

    View our new menu
  • Weekend Breakfast

    We are now open from 10.00am on Saturday & Sunday for breakfast.

    View our breakfast menu
Great pub food

Great pub food

Come inside our charming pub for our fantastic menu’s of high quality dishes and locally sourced produce. From our perfect steaks to stone baked pizzas we have something for everyone! View our food menus

Great beers and fine wines

Great beers and fine wines

From pints of real ale to great wines to simply enjoy as a drink or with food.
Up to 5 guest ales, craft lagers and ciders.
Along with ou resident ales XT 4 & Ringwood. View our drinks menu

Great take-away pizzas

Great take-away pizzas

We bake delicious, freshly prepared Pizzas with a choice of 6 gourmet pizza combinations.
Available to eat in or take - away.
Call us on:

t: 01844 208 244

View our take-away menu

The Eight Bells News


The theme of the Easter Beer Festival is ‘War of the Roses’. We have selected 8 beers from both Lancashire & Yorkshire. […]

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Live Music - 'ROCKiT SCIENCE'

We are pleased to confirm that ‘ROCKiT SCIENCE’ will be playing on Easter Sunday from 9.00pm. ROCKiT SCIENCE having played […]

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Live Music - 'HAIR OF THE DOG'

We are pleased to confirm that as part of our Easter Festival ‘HAIR OF THE DOG’ will be playing on […]

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Games Compendium

Come and join us on Sunday evenings from 6pm. Bring friends and family and enjoy some of the old classics, including: […]

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Updated Wine List for Spring

Today we have published our updated wine list for Spring. Whilst retaining the wines that our customers enjoy most we have […]

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Proud Supporters of 'Thomley Activity Centre'

We are extremely proud to be officially supporting Thomley Activity Centre and will be working hard over the coming months […]

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The Eight Bells, Long Crendon

pub-framedThe Eight Bells has seen many changes over the years, yet still retains the charm and character of a village pub. Originally built in 1607 as an inn, and called the Five Bells, in keeping at that time with the number of bells in the church tower. Its name was changed to the Eight Bells in 1771 with the addition of three more bells in the Church!

Located in the quintessentially English village of Long Crendon, the Eight Bells sits in the Vale of Aylesbury and the village is host to the national trusts old courthouse and many other nearby attractions. Its picturesque cottages and period architecture make it a favourite location for the popular Midsomers Murders television programme.