• The Vineyard
  • The Woodspeen
  • Henry & Joes
  • The Royal Oak
  • The Pot Kiln
  • The Miller of Mansfield
  • The Dewpond
  • The Crown Inn

Smart hotel restaurant split over two levels. Accomplished dishes are attractively presented; choose between a set and two tasting menus. They offer over 100 wines by the glass – some from their own Californian vineyard.

The Woodspeen @ Newbury 

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Despite being set in an old pub, this neighbourhood eatery has a contemporary feel, courtesy of its bright wood and glass extension which comes with a thatched roof, a vaulted larch ceiling and modern Scandic styling. Sit by the open-plan kitchen to watch the smooth efficiency of the chefs or book the chef’s table in the smart cookery school opposite to observe close-up the precision and accuracy with which the dishes are prepared.

Mouth-watering menus centre on the seasons and bring together ingredients from their garden and the local area. Flavour is paramount and dishes have a comforting, modern classic style; there are even some dishes for two to share. Experienced chef-owner John Campbell leads the confident kitchen team and the service is charming and structured.

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What started as a pop-up and a dream is now an appealing modern bistro that’s winning everyone’s hearts. Joe is a charmer and works the room with aplomb, while Henry conjures up interesting, adventurous dishes. The lunch and early evening menu is great value; don’t miss the freshly baked bread.

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A red-brick pub bursting with country charm, set in a picture postcard village; you’ll find a heavily beamed bar with a roaring fire at its hub and plenty of local ales on offer. Menus offer honest British dishes and traditional puddings. Country house style bedrooms come with their own gun cabinets.

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The Pot Kiln is a characterful little country pub owned by the Yattendon Estate. Head for the cosy bar and order a pint, then follow the delicious aromas through to the dining area, where flavoursome British dishes arrive in gutsy portions. Game is a speciality – they even have a game cookery school.

Two villagers stepped in to save this 18C pub from redevelopment and the locals are clearly thankful. Its original character is still visible through its beams and lovely inglenook fireplace but it’s also been subtly modernised. Menus range from pub favourites to more sophisticated dishes. Bedrooms are cosy.

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A part-16C farmhouse with well-tended gardens leading down to a dew pond. The longstanding restaurant is family owned and run and serves classic French cooking; enjoy an aperitif on the terrace, overlooking the real Watership Down.

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Set amidst narrow lanes and lush farmland is this truly welcoming pub. It has an open-fired bar with comfy sofas, an antique chess table and a farm shop, and an airy conservatory restaurant. Flavour-packed menus champion the county’s produce, following the ethos of ‘what grows together, goes together’.

  • The Eyston Arms
  • Wellington Arms
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The Eyston Arms sits in the middle of the oldest part of the historic village of East Hendred, Oxfordshire, at the foot of the Ridgeway. Daisy Barton, the Dailey’s business Partner has long been the face of the Eyston Arms and her vivacious personality drives the success of the pub. In recent years it has received several awards and accolades and the partners pride themselves on the number of clients and friends who eat regularly at the Pub.

An award-winning country inn on the Hampshire/Berkshire border, offering carefully crafted, unpretentious dishes using their home-grown produce and the best from the local area.

Set within the Phillimore Estate in Binfield Heath, The Bottle & Glass Inn was established in 2017 following extensive refurbishment.

A traditional pub with a modern finish, for the past 3 years we have championed the best produce from the area culminating in an approachable menu with an extensive beer and wine offering.

Our new Burger Barn set within the old Dutch Barn behind the pub has recently opened, serving the best burgers made with Longhorn beef from English Farm in Nuffield.

To make a restaurant reservation please select “Standard” when making a booking below. For a Burger Barn booking please select “Outdoor”. We do have a terrace in the main restaurant which is available on request, dependant on weather. Please make a note on your reservation if and we will do our best to accommodate.

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