About us 

The Folly Inn, situated near the small village of Adstock on the main Buckingham to Aylesbury Road. The Inn offers comfortable letting rooms at reasonable prices just 5 miles outside of the centre of Buckingham.

The Inn is the perfect base from which to explore this wonderful part of the country. The main attraction in Buckingham is the Old Gaol, which dominates the town centre, and is well worth visiting. Take a step back in time at this historic prison and learn about the history of the town. The area is perfect for walkers with mile upon mile of countryside just waiting to be explored.

our Gardens Beer garden

The Fist Meeting of the Logonda Car club Was held at the Folly 1951
E arly post-war efforts by the Lagonda Car Club and Bill Boddy to amuse the owners of light cars were noticed by the VSCC when that club accepted light cars as sports cars.  This was done by President Lawrence Pomeroy who proclaimed "the fundamental definition of a sports car is a car that needs a sportsman to drive it".  Politically sexual correctness had not then unsheathed its fingernails and the Section was happily set up for both boys and girls with its first meeting at the Folly Inn, Adstock, in April 1951
(Thank  you to www.vintagelightcar.com  For this information)
  • About Us

  • Comfortable Rooms  
  • Friendly Bar 
  • Restaurant  
  • Friendly Locals  
  • Near Buckingham  
  • Garden 
  • Sunday Roast 
  • Overnight Stays  
  • Big English Breakfast  
  • Short Breaks   








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