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.
Looking for some pubs with gardens for that outdoor experience?
We have a selection of pubs around West Berkshire with wonderful gardens to choose from for that special al fresco experience.
The Catherine Wheel | The Catherine Wheel (TCW) is an 18th-century award-winning Brakspear ale house located 2 minutes walk from the Thames Path in the picturesque village of Goring-on-Thames.
The Dew Pond, Old Burghclere | Set in the rural hamlet of Old Burghclere and surrounded by scenic countryside, The Dew Pond offers a relaxing and intimate atmosphere.
The Old Bell, Grazely | The Old Bell is set amid endless fields in the bucolic Berkshire countryside. Not only is the pub located within easy reach from the city of Reading it is also close to several notable historic sights including the impressive 18th century Basildon Park mansion and parkland.
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 Craven Arms, Enborne | The Craven Arm Public House is set in the small village of Enborne close to Newbury in West Berkshire. The cosy pub dates back to the early 18th century. In the mid-nineteenth century the pub was acquired by the Craven estate and renamed The Craven Arms. Previous to this the pub was known as the Three Horseshoes.
The Swan at Pangbourne | The Swan is a beautiful 17th century listed building, situated in the picturesque village of Pangbourne. Dine along the riverside with us or cosy up with a whiskey in front of the fireplace, we're here all year round for the perfect escape.
The Furze Inn, Newbury | North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Serving freshly cooked meals every lunchtime and evening and all day at weekends
The Watership Down Inn nestles at the foot of the North Wessex Downs, overlooking the head waters of the Test Valley.
The Bunk Inn | 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 Six Bells, Beenham | The Six Bells is a family run pub and restaurant, which has been lovingly renovated in 2020 to bring a modern feeling to this historic building.
The Renegade Brewery | From the very outset they looked to create characterful beers with stories to tell.
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.
The Carnarvon Arms, Burghclere | The Carnarvon Arms is the ideal place to relax, recharge and explore the beautiful surrounding area.
The Swan Streatley is designed for fun and freedom. Laid back by nature. Relax with friends, eat good food & enjoy the river.
The Red House is a traditional thatched pub, set in beautiful West Berkshire countryside, serving great British food.
With picture windows framing idyllic countryside views, and an open kitchen for added drama, the restaurant serves seasonal dishes that showcase the best local produce - and ingredients picked fresh from their own garden, whenever possible.
The Dundas Arms at Kintbury | The Dundas Arms is a traditional country pub in Kintbury, in the heart of rural Berkshire, nestled between the River Kennet and the Kennet and Avon canal.
The Angel is a large village country pub situated on the A4 roadside between Reading and Newbury.
The Pheasant, Shefford Woodlands | Bordering the village of Shefford Woodlands and overlooking Berkshire’s famed Valley of the Racehorse, their country inn has a hospitality pedigree that stretches back 450 years.
The Queens Arms, East Garston The Queens Arms is an award-winning countryside pub located in the beautiful village of East Garston, positioned in an area of outstanding natural beauty known as The Valley of The Racehorse; just 3 miles from Junction 14 on the M4.
The Bull is situated in the stunning Royal Berkshire village of Stanford Dingley & has been lovingly renovated keeping many of its 15th century features.
The Eyston Arms | 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.
The Tally Ho! Hungerford | The Tally Ho is a beautiful country pub, open every day, serving freshly cooked, homemade food and locally sourced ales. En-suite accommodation is also available 7 days a week. The Tally Ho provides a warm welcome all year round, and is ideally located for the motorway traveller, being only 800 yards from Junction 14. We are child friendly and welcome dogs.ales
The Queen’s Head at South Bradfield | The Queen’s Head, Bradfield, is a stunning village pub that ticks all the boxes of a great loca
The Rowbarge, Woolhampton | 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.
Located at the heart of the Estate gives the Pot Kiln unrivalled access to nine thousand acres of woods and farmland with a nutritious wild food larder of game and seasonal foraging
The Butt Inn in Aldermaston | This classic pub offers all the contemporary charm of a traditional local. With dark leathers and rich wood panelling, you’ll be surrounded with modern comforts after a day of casually exploring or dog walking.
The Five Bells at Wickham | A stunning pub with an established good reputation in a picturesque location.
The Miller of Mansfield | Set in the beautiful village of Goring on Thames, The Miller of Mansfield is a dog friendly English country inn with a warm and friendly welcome, beautiful bedrooms, fresh homemade food and boasting a large array of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks.
The Red Lion is a traditional 18th Century Public House in the heart of West Berkshire. A good selection of cask ales, fine wines and spirits and home-cooked food.
Since taking over the Fox at Peasemore in 2013, Phil & Lauren Davison have breathed life back into this fantastic village pub.
The Crab & Boar, Chieveley | Whether you’re catching up with friends in the cosy bar, enjoying a delicious Sunday roast, or relaxing in their beer garden – The Crab & Boar is a stunning rural retreat for all occasions.
The Crown and Garter at Inkpen | 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 Packhorse, Mapledurham | Presenting a combination of both stylish and contemporary décor set in a comforting and relaxed environment.
We have always found the food exceptional and the atmosphere very welcoming
The Dolphin, Newbury | It is all about being simply delicious, simply fresh, simply fun-loving and definitely dandy
The Fox and Hounds, Tadley | The Fox & Hounds is the heart of the community - the meeting place for distant friends, families catching up and a way to enjoy someone else doing the cooking and washing up for once!
The Greyhound, Finchampstead | Disenchanted with the big city, James Lyon-Shaw and Jamie Dobbin – who met working in the kitchen at the world-famous Ivy restaurant – traded in London’s sooty tube and concrete vistas in favour of leafy scenery and community spirit.
The Wellington Arms, Tadley | They are an award-winning country inn border, offering carefully crafted, unpretentious dishes using their home-grown produce and the best from the local area.
The Plume, Hungerford | The Plume, a newly refurbished pub & restaurant, originally an Inn dating from 1764; becoming the Plume in 1769.
The Wheatsheaf, Chilton Foliat | Set within a beautiful 18th century flint and thatched roof building, The Wheatsheaf serves seasonal and local Great British food.
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