Lambourn Open Day | The Peter O’Sullevan 2023 Lambourn Open Day will be held on Good Friday, April 7, 2023.
Dog Friendly West Berkshire
Celebrating our fun loving family members who give us everything, asking only for a smile in return…and maybe an occasional treat.
Dogs on open access land
You must keep your dog on a lead no more than 2 metres long on open access land:
- between 1 March and 31 July – to protect ground-nesting birds
- at all times around livestock
On land next to the England Coast Path you must keep your dog under close control.
There may be other local or seasonal restrictions.
These do not apply to public rights of way or assistance dogs.
On access land some areas remain private (‘excepted land’). You do not have the right to access these areas, even if they appear on a map of open access land.
Excepted land includes:
- houses, buildings and the land they’re on (such as courtyards)
- land used to grow crops
- building sites and land that’s being developed
- parks and gardens
- golf courses and racecourses
- railways and tramways
- working quarries
Use public rights of way to cross excepted land.
Dog Friendly West Berkshire
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Dog Friendly Pubs
The Pack Horse, Mapledurham |Go join their passion for food, wine and laughter
The Carpenters Arms at Burghclere | At Offering good, honest pub food using fresh, seasonal ingredients.
The Fox & Hounds is a beautifully refurbished pub in Theale, near Reading, offering delicious food, award-winning beer, and a very warm welcome.
Located in the heart of Aldermaston Wharf, The Butt Inn provides a cosy respite after exploring the neighbouring North Wessex Downs landscape. With local walks and water sports just a stone’s throw away, we are a welcome haven after a day exploring or simply wanting a quality, local pit-stop.
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The Royal Oak is a beautiful country pub with rooms within easy reach of the M4 – the perfect spot for family get togethers, private dinners or short stays.
Renowned for their homemade pies - you just have to try them! we have always found the pub very warm and welcoming
The Swan at Pangbourne \ Dine along the river side or cosy up with a whiskey in front of the fire- an all year escape!
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).
They have created the pub how they imagine a great pub should be – cosy, warm with a big smile and amazing fresh imaginative food.
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.
At the Crown and Garter the emphasis is caring about good food , where it comes from and what is in it. They bake their own bread in their bakery and all of their meat is sourced locally.
The Queen’s Arms in East Garston. On arrival at The Queens Arms you will discover a large friendly bar with log fire that leads into their dining room
The ethos there is simple; they’re all about being excellent in everything they do. From the food to the drinks, they’ve created a home-from-home space for everyone to feel welcome in.
The Crown and Horns in East Ilsley About Food The Crown and Horns, East Ilsley The Crown and Horns is nestled in …
From the kitchen treat yourself to locally sourced food with a wide choice from their menu.
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.
With the equestrian world and historic dignitaries themes, combined with seasonal farm-to-table menus and fine wines, they have created an exciting venue for all to enjoy.
An idyllic 18th century Gastro pub situated in the heart of Chaddleworth village.
A traditional English pub with a large GARDEN and kids SANDPIT. They have a wonderful decked seating area with extra more private seating areas for a quieter experience.
Their food focuses on thoughtful, unfussy, European dishes – enjoy our bestselling crispy squid, grilled chicken, sourdough pizzas, and healthy salads as well as a wide range of bottled, hot, and cold drinks.
The Six Bells in Burghfield | The Six Bells pub in Burghfield Village,The Hatch Reading Road, Berkshire, a traditional local pub, “the local everyone wants to live near”.
The food we love to eat, is the food they love to serve. So whether it’s a traditional Sunday roast or one of their new seasonal dishes, they’re sure there’s something for everyone to enjoy at The Cunning Man.
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.
The Bunk Inn is a great place to relax with a drink, have a superb meal with family and friends or enjoy a peaceful stay in glorious surroundings.
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 heart of West Berkshire on the Bath Road, Halfway is given its name as it is halfway between Bristol and London on the historic coaching route between the two major cities.
The Rowbarge, has been serving the needs of travellers and locals alike for hundreds of years. It is a truly characterful traditional pub. There are six different rooms with nooks and crannies aplenty, six different cask ales on tap, a decent wine list and a shelf crammed with malts. And most important of all, you'll find a warm welcome from a friendly crew who'll enjoy looking after you.
Great conversation, good food and a friendly warm atmosphere is what you’ll find in their pub, the Bacon Arms is a great place, offering so much for all of the guests to enjoy.
t is all about being simply delicious, simply fresh, simply fun-loving and definitely dandy
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Their main menu is a traditional, homecooked British pub food menu along with their very 'special' specials board! Nigel the amazing chef has had experience all over the world which reflects in his weekly specials! They also offer smaller portion sizes on some dishes and a sandwich and light bite menu.
Located right in the heart of newbury's market square is The Slug and Lettuce. The converted bar is beautiful and picturesque with stunning views of the canal.
Cavershams craft beer destination. only independent beer served here. 6 cask and 13 craft beer lines.
Not forgetting the tradition of coaching inns, they set out their menu to do simple beautifully; that means quality ingredients that speak for themselves and a wine list that knows no borders in its search for taste and value.
The Swan Inn, Newbury About Food With beautiful gardens including a bridged stream meandering through its full length (great for playing Pooh sticks) this …
Immersed in a walkers paradise, they’re only a five minute stroll from the scenic Kennet and Avon Canal