The aptly-named Horns pub at Bull’s Green has been there since 1535 although only as an ale house since the 18th century. There’s an excellent potted history – including its moment of notoriety – here, thanks to Camra.
A clutch of houses stands around the sward and that looks to be it. In fact, down the road to Burnham Green, out of sight of the pub and its neighbours, is a string of houses behind which lie the mini-mansions of Tewin Wood, where wealth spends its downtime.
Wander downhill along Coltsfoot Lane instead and there’s what describes itself as a “rustic-chic boutique hotel and event venue” (below). The herd of alpacas in a nearby field had the air of rustic-chic about them.