The Pheasant Inn: you'll feel at home with us
The Pheasant Inn was built in 1874 (see below) as a typical small Victorian two bar Public House. Early in the 1900's the pub absorbed an adjoining house and then later that century was extended substantially to create the current function suite and letting bedrooms. Throughout these developments the pub has retained it's character and remains a very traditional English Pub, with a strong band of regulars and, as ever some local characters.
The Pheasant is run hands on by Marian and Mike Coughtrey and their staff, including manager Lee Fromant. We are not part of a faceless chain; you will see us in the bar. You will always receive a warm welcome into a friendly atmosphere at The Pheasant.
If you are looking for one of the Country's few remaining traditional local's pubs, then you've found it!
We are conveniently located in Dunstable, which is close to Luton Airport, the Dunstable Downs, Leighton Buzzard, Woburn, Milton Keynes Bowl and Whipsnade Zoo.
All the team at The Pheasant Inn look forward to seeing you!
The Pheasant was built in 1874; what else happened?
Births: Sir Winstom Churchill, Ernest Shakleton & W. Somerset Maugham
The first Red GPO letter box was revealed
Prime Ministers: Gladstone & Disraeli
Five years after this pub was built the battle of Rorke's Drift took place, made famous by Michael Cain's film Zulu