About us and Things to do
The Nags Head
In the 15th century, once stood two cottages at the far side of Great Missenden in the Chilterns, which later became a traditional coaching inn servicing the trade routes into London.
Today, the Nags Head is a charming independently owned freehouse, pub and small hotel in the Chilterns. Famously and historically frequented by the likes of Roald Dahl and many of our country’s prime ministers enroute to the Chequers country residence.
IN GREAT MISSENDEN
Follow the Midsomer Murders on the Misbourne using the dedicated locations trail. Starting in Great Missenden the trail guides you along the River Misbourne through Little Missenden, Old Amersham, Chalfont St. Giles and Chalfont St. Peter.
Being in the heart of the Chilterns one of the 38 AONBs (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), we are blessed with some of nature’s finest landscapes, not to mention glorious wildlife, some of which is native to the Chilterns. It’s a walkers and cyclists heaven.
History and architecture also awaits you, with gorgeous brick and flint buildings and manor houses dotted over the countryside, most of particular heritage such as Hughenden manor or Berkhamsted Castle.
It’s staggering how many famous people, artists, literary idols, royal connections and (hmmm) politicians have been part of the Chilterns. Most of their legacies have been left behind in some of form in the Chilterns.
Monday to Thursday:
8am till 11pm
Friday and Saturday:
8am till 12am
8am till 10.30pm
Monday – Saturday: