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 Plume, a newly refurbished pub & restaurant, originally an Inn dating from 1764; becoming the Plume in 1769. Retaining many traditional features, whilst now enjoying a more modern feel.
Pubs with Gardens in West Berkshire With pubs and restaurants re opening on the 12th April 2021, bookings are now being taken. You know what to expect one way systems, social distancing, outdoors, parties of 6, hand sanitiser etc- but what else is being planned? It is amazing how well everyone has adapted, a big thank you to all our local pubs!
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.
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 village of Streatley-on-Thames stands on the opposite side of the River Thames to Goring; Oxfordshire on one side and West Berkshire on the other, linked by a bridge which was built in 1923. The river runs between the Chiltern Hills and Berkshire Downs in what is known as the Goring Gap. At this point …