Pub with Gardens | West Berkshire Villagers
It is amazing how well everyone has adapted, a big thank-you to all our local pubs. We have a selection of pubs around West Berkshire with gardens to choose from.
Bordering the village of Shefford Woodlands, overlooking Berkshire’s famed Valley of the Racehorse, The Pheasant has a hospitality pedigree that stretches back years.
The Swan is a beautiful 17th century listed building, situated in the picturesque village of Pangbourne with traditional setting oak beams and three open fires to keep you warm and cosy during those long and frosty winter nights. And for those lazy summer days they have a beautiful terrace overlooking the River Thames, perfect for drinking and dining and soaking up the summer sun
They are a true country pub in a picturesque setting. As you make your way inside via the local timber and glass porch you will find a quintessentially English pub bar, the countertop of which is made from old pennies and dates back to Valentine’s Day 1971.
On arrival at The Queens Arms you will discover a large friendly bar with log fire that leads into their dining room, capable of seating intimate tables of 2 to a large party of 40. Leading out through the French doors are the covered terrace, a south facing patio and a large enclosed garden – all ideal for alfresco dining.
An award-winning British dining room with bedrooms in the heart of West Berkshire farmland giving you a true taste of the great British outdoors, serving real ales, locally-sourced seafood and seasonal game.
A glorious newly renovated country pub that envelops you in a traditional English setting, with roaring fires, wooden floors and traditional beams along with a glorious garden for cosy, autumnal evenings.
Situated in the village of Great Shefford, The Great Shefford is a privately owned public house with a riverside terrace, a wood burning fire, a seasonally-inspired menu, an elegant restaurant (with a private-dining annexe), a great wine list, and an excellent range of spirits (gins in particular).
The Plume, a newly refurbished pub & restaurant, originally an Inn dating from 1764; becoming the Plume in 1769. Retaining many traditional features, whilst now enjoying a more modern feel.
The Dew Pond was originally a pair of 16th century cottages and still retains the original oak beams with a log burning fire and fine views to Watership Down, Highclere Castle (Downton Abbey!) and Pond from which they take our name.
The Old Boot Inn in Stanford Dingley, near Bucklebury, was visited by Kate Middleton in her younger days. Prince William is also known for eating there.
Situated in the picturesque village of Inkpen, the Crown and Garter is a traditional English pub with stylish rooms, a restaurant and bakery. It opens onto a lovely garden.
THE POT KILN (Est.2005), a Country Inn and Wild Food Restaurant, is located in a Conservation Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the heart of West Berkshire on The Lord Iliffe’s Yattendon Estate.