The Cock & Rabbit at The Lee

These days the number of traditional village pubs and inns are dwindling and those that remain open tend to be converted into theme pubs and bars.

You have to seek out places with real character. They are often tucked away deep in the countryside and attract visitors from far and wide.


Made Famous by Midsomer Murders

A frequently used location for both television and film, the inn sees many visitors from overseas every year. You may remember it better as The Rose and Chalice.

The pub attracts a very devoted clientele, seeking something different from today’s theme pubs and wine bars.


We are located on the beautiful village Green at The Lee, famed for many appearances in the TV series Midsomer Murders.

The Cock and Rabbit &  The Graziemille Restaurant can be found near Great Missenden in Buckinghamshire, between Amersham and Wendover, situated in beautiful countryside amongst the rolling Chiltern hills.

Followers of television’s Midsomer Murders may remember the inn as The Rose and Chalice, chosen as a location for the series because of its timeless charm and beautiful village green location.

Opening Hours

Saturday 12–11pm
Sunday 12–2:30pm, 6–11pm
Monday Closed
Tuesday 12–2:30pm, 6–11:30pm
Wednesday 12–2:30pm, 6–11pm
Thursday 12–2:30pm, 6–11pm
Friday 12–11pm

Table Bookings

Telephone 01494 837540

Find us at:

The Cock and Rabbit
The Lee
HP16 9LZ

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