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The Jolly Anglers

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants13.9 miles 314-316 Kennetside RG1 3EA

Located just a short walk from the centre of Reading on the Kennet and Avon towpath, you'll find The Jolly Anglers. Priding itself on being Berkshire's premier cider centre, this affable pub stocks a host of national and local ciders, as well as an array of spirits, wine, soft drinks and frequently changing ales. Traditional dishes ...

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The Ferryman Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants13.9 miles Bablock Hythe Northmoor OX29 5AT

The Ferryman Inn sits alongside the River Thames on the old ferry crossing in Bablock Hythe. Two bars and a restaurant opening onto a riverside terrace and lawns allow The Ferryman Inn to cater for all tastes. The inn has six en-suite bedrooms overlooking the river from £65 a night, including a Continental breakfast, and offer...

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The Rising Sun

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants13.9 miles High Street SL6 5LT

The village of Hurley dates back to 700AD and is the place to come for a dose of olde-worlde charm. The Rising Sun was built in 1830 and is a popular haunt for walkers, boating people and locals alike; its close proximity to a caravan site (one of the top five in the UK) also makes it a convenient spot for tourists. While sunny da...

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The Plough at Cadsden

Traditional14.2 miles Cadsden Road HP27 0NB

Nestled in the woods at the bottom of the Chilterns escarpment, The Plough is a mecca for casual walkers as well as more serious hikers tackling the 85-mile-long Ridgeway Path, which cuts right through the garden. It also boasts an extensive dining area, which is well worth the journey. The pub gained fame a few years ago when the...

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Dew Drop Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants14.2 miles Honey Lane Hurley SL6 6RB

The Dew Drop Inn is a charming venue in a rural location. Adorned with horse brasses and quaint antiques, it is replete with character. A true country pub, it has a long history dating from around the 1600s, and was reputedly inhabited by Dick Turpin. Nowadays parking space is ample and there is plenty of outside seating for alfresco...

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Gastropub14.5 miles 53 High Street SL7 1BA

Chequers was inducted into the Brakspear brewing and free holding family in 1893, but parts of the building date back to the 16th century, and evidence suggests that it has always served as a local pub. With such history behind this pub and steakhouse, it comes as little surprise that the Chequers is an establishment that boasts f...

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King Alfred’s Head

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants14.6 miles 31 Market Place OX12 8AH

King Alfred's Head is set just back from the picturesque market square in Wantage. This friendly pub's warm and inviting atmosphere means you may find yourself staying longer than intended to enjoy the good food and hospitality. At the bar there is a wide range of refreshments on offer, including a new pale ale called The King's Tip...

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Waggon & Horses

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants14.6 miles 61 High Street RG10 9AJ

In the rural village of Twyford lies a charming 17th-Century gem of a place beside the picturesque River Lodden. The Waggon & Horses has been owned for the past ten years by Margaret Vincent and is a real hit with locals. It boasts a menu offering exactly the kind of simple, honest fare one would expect from a very decent Britis...

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The Queen's Head

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants14.7 miles 54 Christchurch Road RG2 7AZ

The Queen's Head is the sister venue of The Moderation, and both offer outstanding food and service - a winning combination that has made these pubs go-to places for a leisurely drink and a bite to eat. Proprietor Andrew Becalick was named Reading's Entrepreneur of the Year in 2013, and opened The Queen's Head in the same year in a ...

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The Horse & Groom

Traditional14.7 miles Bath Road Hare Hatch RG10 9SB

As you step through the door of this beautiful 300-year-old coaching house, you’ll find low beams, real fires and intimate tables. The walls are lined with antique pictures that cast you back to the time of highwaymen and lend the interior a feeling of olde-worlde charm. The atmosphere is warm and friendly, the staff attentive a...

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The Spring Inn

Gastropub14.8 miles Bath Road Sulhamstead RG7 5HP

Thanks to the rustic tables, chandeliers and charming old beams, it’s easy to see the history etched on this spacious pub in the village of Sulhamstead. Once a bustling coaching inn, it’s capable of seating 140 over the two floors inside and nearly as many outside, framed by fields and the local cricket pitch.&n...

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The Spring

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants14.8 miles Bath Road RG7 5HP

A striking presence in the picturesque landscape, this large, ancient building sits proudly opposite the cricket pitch. Suiting its name, The Spring is a delightful butteryellow building adorned with greenery. A barn-style, timbered interior offers a bar and informal dining on the ground floor, with a twisting staircase leading up t...

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The Snug - High Wycombe

Bar-Restaurant, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants14.8 miles 7 Crown Lane HP11 2HF

There are three Snug establishments in the Chilterns area - in St Albans, Hertford and High Wycombe - and all of them live up to their name. Each one boasts a multitude of cosy corners for guests to get comfy in, perhaps while enjoying a pint of ale, a well-made cocktail or one of their renowned burgers. We visited the Snug bar in t...

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The Roebuck

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants14.8 miles 37 Auckland Road RG6 1Ny

Is there anything nicer than a good, old-fashioned, friendly neighbourhood pub? Two years ago, owner Alex Frodsham needed a career change so she took over The Roebuck, the local that she knew and loved, and made it her own. Her customers are from all walks of life and ages, drawn to the pub's homely feel. The menu Alex has created p...

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