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The Butt Inn

Gastropub16.5 miles Station Road Aldermaston Wharf RG7 4LA

All who visit this eminently popular pub receive a warm welcome. The bar bustles with customers, many heading with their drinks to the attractive outdoor seating area. We relaxed alongside other diners in the spacious and elegant dining room. The Butt Inn offers a varied menu at good value. I started with a delicious salad of soft...

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The Black Boy

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants16.6 miles Shinfield Road Shinfield RG2 9BP

The Black Boy has been an historic landmark for over 500 years and, naturally, has quite a history. During its time as a public house it has always attracted a substantial following. Isambard Kingdom Brunel stayed here in 1833, and today the inn draws no less attention - The One Show even recently filmed a piece about one of Brunel's...

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The Walnut Tree

Gastropub17.2 miles Hedsor Road SL8 5DN

Hosts Chris and Grace at The Walnut Tree share a passion for good food, warm hospitality and the community around them. This is a gorgeous country pub, truly at the heart of Bourne End. Every year the duo organises two charity fairs. When it comes to the food Chris is a creative chef and a bit of a perfectionist, as demonstrated i...

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The Old Queens Head

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants17.2 miles Hammersley Lane Penn High Wycombe HP10 8EY

This Little Gems Country Dining venue is a delightful pub and restaurant, full of charm and character. Everyone is welcome in the bar area – even the beloved pooch, who can make full use of the doggy biscuit jar on the bar. There’s a stylish but cosy two-level dining room, a relaxed and informal bar area wi...

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The White House

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants17.4 miles 1 Grove Road Bladon OX20 1RQ

Rural Oxfordshire holds many gems, but few so happily situated as The White House. This 16th-century building appeals to foodies and historians alike, being just a stone's throw from Churchill's burial place and a short distance from stunning Blenheim Palace. Under new ownership since the beginning of 2014, The White House is now al...

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The Ferry

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants17.5 miles Sutton Road SL6 9SN

If a restaurant were to be judged purely on its location, then you would be hard pressed to surpass The Ferry, which is situated in the picturesque village of Cookham, overlooking the Thames. It boasts two bar areas, one at the front of the pub and another leading onto to a large decked veranda by the river. The dining area itself is...

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The Walter Arms

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants17.6 miles Bearwood Road Sindlesham RG41 5BP

Built by a member of the family who founded The Times newspaper, The Walter Arms restaurant in the Saxon village of Sindlesham offers plenty to write home about. Arising from humble beginnings, this establishment - originally a pub with just sawdust on the floors - has been completely refurbished and now boasts contemporary decor an...

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The Walter Arms

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants17.6 miles Bearwood Road Sindlesham RG41 5BP

Tucked away in the charming little village of Sindlesham just outside Reading is a pub with a fantastic menu. The Walter Arms' kitchen uses fresh ingredients from local producers in every dish, and after perusing what was on offer we knew we'd be in for a treat. I chose the fresh-tasting and lightly seared black pearl scallops fo...

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The Chequers Inn

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants17.9 miles Weston Turville Alyesbury HP22 5SJ

The Chequers Inn is a rare find - a village pub with a lively and popular bar trade and a thriving restaurant. Welcoming owners Ranka and Dritan Lani took over less than a year ago and have developed the 17th-Century building to great effect. With its polished flagstone floor, wooden beams and charming old brick walls, The Chequers ...

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The Black Bull

Gastropub18 miles 52 West End Launton OX26 5DG

The Black Bull is a well-loved haunt with a pretty garden that encompasses an outside bar and an area for games of Aunt Sally. An excellent range of traditional homemade food is on offer here too, but, as the chef is Italian, hints of his heritage shine through in both the food and the decor. Everything is freshly cooked and sourc...

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The Swan Inn

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants18.8 miles Newbury Road Great Shefford RG17 7DS

One cannot imagine a more idyllic setting for a first-class meal than The Swan Inn in Great Shefford, where you can watch the River Lambourn flow by while you dine on outstanding classic fare. From an extensive menu, we chose rich, spicy devilled lamb's kidneys on fried bread, which certainly packed a punch. Across the table, my...

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The Newbury

Gastropub19 miles 137 Bartholomew Street RG14 5HB

The proprietors of The Newbury have got their priorities right – providing local, seasonal produce and championing the flavour of fresh ingredients. The carefully considered dishes are served in a stylish yet cosy environment, where wooden furniture, flickering candlelight and unobtrusive staff create a calm oasis...

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The Fleece

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants19.5 miles 11 Church Green OX28 4AZ

This charming pub overlooks Witney's beautiful Church Green. A fine Georgian building, the pub was once home to the Clinch Brewery and was reportedly a favourite watering hole of Dylan Thomas when he lived nearby. Nowadays, it serves bacon sarnies from early in the morning, great pints of real ale and superb quality seasonal food, f...

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The Stag & Hounds

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants19.5 miles Forest Road Binfield RG42 4HA

Regal connections abound at The Stag & Hounds pub and restaurant in Binfield. It was formerly a hunting lodge frequented by Henry VIII, and Queen Elizabeth I is said to have sat at the window watching maypole dancers on the green opposite. Recently taken over by MLC pubs, this atmospheric establishment has undergone a tastefu...

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The Lamb Inn

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants21.2 miles Steep Hill Crawley OX29 9TW

Sticky braised Oxford Sandy and Black pork cheeks with apple, mashed potatoes, onion rings and a cider gravy is just one example of the kind of mouth-watering starters that can be had at Rachel and Matt Weedon's new venture, The Lamb Inn in Crawley. Using the best local produce they can get their hands on, as well as top real ales f...

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