Spoons Tours – the William Robert Loosley, High Wycombe


We visited this Spoons as we had taken a day trip to High Wycombe to visit Disraeli’s house, Hughenden Manor.
Named for the carpenter and builder who owned a shop on this site, this Spoons was decorated splendidly.

We greatly admired the lights and mirrors and credence paid to Disraeli.
There were two floors, with bars on both which felt like different worlds. The upstairs was bright and modern whilst downstairs was darker, dingier and Spoonsier.

Our kronies were a standard super cheap London price of £3.09 we noted with relish.

We sat upstairs and enjoyed a scenic view of greenery and imbibed our refreshing lagers. If on the off chance we were to find ourselves in High Wycombe again, we’d definitely pay this Spoons a visit.



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