The Red Lion at Longwick

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Red Lion, Thame Road
Longwick
Buckinghamshire
England
HP27 9SG

The Red Lion at Longwick, Longwick

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The Red Lion at Longwick is a traditional Freehouse, which offers very comfortable, smart rooms as well as a restaurant with an extensive menu and a cosy bar. It is a family run establishment with a lively atmosphere in the bar. It is ideal for both commercial and leisure clients to use.

PLEASE NOTE -: Breakfast is continental and is served in the bedrooms. There is fresh milk and orange juice in the fridges of every room together with a choice of cereals, tea, coffee and biscuits. Broadband access available.

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