Welcome to the Pineapple
The Pineapple is a Grade II listed 15th Century pub located in Buckinghamshire’s most southerly village, close to the Thames in Dorney, boasting the Olympic rowing lake and the Jubilee River nature reserve.
Not only do we have the low-beamed look of a 15th-century roadside inn and roaring open fires, we also owe our name to the fact that Britain’s first pineapple was grown 200 yards away in the village of Dorney and presented to King Charles II in 1661 as an alternative to Nell Gwynn’s oranges.
With our award winning Sandwich menu comes real ales and a confident wine menu and extra helpings of history. Our food is served all day everyday
With a fine selection of real ales a superb cider menu and delicious Sunday Roast, we even have a secure garden and decking area so you can bring the kids, and don’t forget, the dog is welcome too. There’ll be a bowl of dog treats waiting on the bar!