The Five Bells @ Wickham serving good quality honest pub food, cooked from scratch on-site, an established good reputation in a picturesque …
Local Pubs | West Berkshire Villages
Beautiful local country pubs throughout West Berkshire. Riverside locations, pubs with gardens for the summer and log fires for the winter evenings. Relax with friends and family enjoying locally resourced food and drink.
Local Pubs in West Berkshire
Everyone is very welcome at The Greyhound Inn, an 18th century free house, in the centre of Letcombe Regis, a pretty downland village within the Vale of the White Horse region of Oxfordshire.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
With a warm welcome from the genuinely hospitable team, guests are invited to enjoy the informal dining room, quirky garden spaces or sink into the leather clad tub chairs in our bar area
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 Red Lion is located in the small and peaceful village of Upper Basildon in rural Berkshire and has been a popular destination for many years owing to its warm atmosphere and traditional pub character.
The Beetle and Wedge Boathouse is tucked away, and perfectly positioned on the most stunning part of the River Thames. The setting is like no other riverside venue which means you can switch off, unwind, and enjoy your precious time with us.
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.
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.
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 Berkshire Arms a rustic former farmhouse and is located in Midgham an idyllic English village with leafy lanes olde worlde cottages and a church on the hill with lovely views over the Kennet Valley