Spotlight on The Dundas Arms, Kintbury | West Berkshire Villages

Dundas Arms, Kintbury | West Berkshire Villages

Enjoy a scenic country stay with them in Berkshire. They pride ourselves on serving up real ales, classic British dishes and locally-sourced menus crafted from quality ingredients available to both dine in or takeaway. Nestled between the River Kennet and the Kennet and Avon canal, their eight beautifully-appointed bedrooms make for a luxurious country retreat. Their crowning jewel: our vast garden which offers al fresco dining in the summer and is the perfect spot for a garden party or outdoor wedding in Berkshire.

Food & Drink | West Berkshire Villages

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. Their passionate kitchen team at The Dundas Arms is dedicated to producing well thought-out, seasonal menus, that make the most of the wonderful produce available from the surrounding rivers, farms and fields that champions our British heritage. Their menus consist of dishes that showcase the best of the season’s fare using locally grown organic vegetables, responsibly sourced meat, fish and game that help support local producers and ensure you enjoy a true taste of the British countryside when you dine with them .

They love to support local brewers and they have several real cask ales on tap, as well as rotating guest ales and British ciders. Their wine cellar features a selection of over 40 carefully chosen bottles, so there’s something to suit all tastes.

You can also choose to while away the hours in The Garden Room; a charmingly casual light and airy dining area with floor to ceiling glass overlooking the garden, filled with fragrant potted plants and curiosities to make you feel at home over lunch or afternoon tea.

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