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The Bell at Hardwick Gastropub – voted one of Aylesbury’s best local restaurants

is located 3 miles North of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire – perfectly located for Aylesbury’s new districts of Watermead, Buckingham Park and Fairford Leys as well as local villages such as Weedon and Whitchurch.

Reaching this picturesque Buckinghamshire village pub from Aylesbury

Take the A413 towards Buckingham. Take the 2nd right into Hardwick. The Bell is on the left.

….from Whitchurch

Continue along the A413 towards Aylesbury taking the 1st left into Hardwick.

Bus services for Whitchurch, Watermead and Buckingham Park residents

There is a regular bus service between Aylesbury and Buckingham the 60 and X60. You can see the bus timetable here Arriva Bus Service – Aylesbury to Buckingham If you take the bus out, we can call you a taxi to take you back!

If using a Sat Nav our address is: Lower Road, Hardwick, HP22 4DZ or follow this link google maps.

If you have any questions or would like to make a reservation please contact us on 01296 640005 or via
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Aylesbury Ring

Muddy Boots & Dogs Welcome

The Bell Hardwick – freshly cooked food and real ale on the  Aylesbury Ring bridleway

Fancy stopping off in a sun-trap of a beer garden or in a front of a roaring log fire?  Muddy boots and dogs are welcome in the right hands side of The Bell which has a flagstone floor especially to welcome you.  Cyclists, there is a wonderful courtyard behind the pub to store your bikes (not that Hardwick is known for theft!)  You will find local real ale and what better than a Hardwick pie to provide the energy for the remainder of your trip?

aylesbury ring map

The Aylesbury Ring was created by the Aylesbury and District group of the Ramblers.  The route is never more than 5 miles from the centre of Aylesbury, encompassing some of the remoter areas of the Vale and passing through Great Kimble, Dinton, Waddesdon, Hardwick, Rowsham, Hulcott and Aston Clinton.   The route can be used by mountain bikers and walkers alike.