A little about The Pomeroy

A pub for people with great taste, The Pomeroy is perfectly equipped to accommodate all of your unique dining requirements, no matter what the occasion.

Whether you pop by for a scrumptious Sunday lunch to end a great weekend on a high, or for a celebratory three-course meal with family and friends in tow, you won’t be disappointed by the wealth of choice on offer.

Offering a wide range of delicious starters, mains, desserts, light bites, and sharing platters, our superbly talented chefs use only the freshest, locally sourced ingredients to ensure that their creations impress even the toughest food critics.

We are also a child friendly establishment, so please feel free to bring your little ones along - they’re sure to love our dedicated children’s menu!

A little about The Pomeroy
Relax at The Pomeroy

Perfect for any occasion

Situated in the village of Little Chalfont in south east Buckinghamshire, The Pomeroy is located 15 miles south east of Aylesbury and 6 miles north west of Rickmansworth.

The village has its own railway station, providing access to Central London via the Metropolitan line and the London to Aylesbury Line. If you’re travelling by bus, there are also plenty of bus routes serving the area, connecting Little Chalfont to Amersham, Chesham, and many other local towns and villages.

Located in the picturesque village of Little Chalfont, The Pomeroy is surrounded by a whole host of attractions and activities to keep you entertained.

In addition to our magnificent interiors, we also offer a fabulous outdoor dining space that’s perfect for alfresco dining all year round. 

Keeping Busy in Little Chalfont

Little Chalfont Nature Park is positioned in the heart of the village. This untouched, traditional English Meadow offers a beautiful, peaceful place to walk, relax, and unwind surrounded by wild flowers, grasses, and a diverse range of bugs, butterflies, and birds. Once you’ve finished exploring, The Pomeroy will provide the perfect spot to enjoy a quiet drink or a delicious bite to eat in wonderful surroundings.

Just a stone’s throw away in Amersham, you’ll find plenty of inviting places to relax and unwind, opportunities for shopping, and historic sites and attractions. Located in the Tudor Hall House, Amersham Museum provides an insight into local stories and events, places, and people. You can also join in a guided walk of the Old Town.

There area also plenty of walks in and around the surrounding area, allowing you to take in the beautiful countryside.

Further afield, you’ll find Bekonscot – the oldest surviving model village in the world –, Chiltern Open Air Museum, and Chenies Manor.

A little about The Pomeroy