A picturesque countryside pub in the centre of the village of Yattendon.
Unwind in the warm and earthy, oldy worldy pub, with perfectly kept ales from local breweries, 2 log fires, wonderful oak beams and beautiful bespoke oak tables.
Or sink into one of their leather sofas in the lounge overlooking the village square, and while away an afternoon in front of the open fire
They are first and foremost a country dining pub, and Head Chef Nick MacGregor’s ethos is very simple – the very best ingredients, cooked simply, cooked well.
His team work tirelessly to create dishes that shows off the diverse array of flavours of the British countryside.
They are truly blessed to be surrounded by the most sensational produce, and in conjunction with their wonderful suppliers, Nick lets these amazing ingredients do the talking, creating simple, unfussy food that gains annual recognition in the Michelin Guide amongst others.
Stay over and enjoy a night of boutique bliss in the Berkshire countryside.
They have 10 stunning en suite rooms, all individually styled with their own colour scheme and fabrics.
Luxury linens, fluffy towels and soft pillows come as standard … and all boast pretty views of the village square or the walled garden.
Enjoy a home from home sleepover with the children.
Several of their rooms are next to each other if you need to be close to the kids, or if you want to keep an even closer eye on them, they can put a Z bed on the floor for £25 per bed.
They’re dog lovers too, so your furry friends are very welcome – just let them know in advance as they need to make a small charge of £15 per dog.
There may be areas of the hotel where they need to restrict access of dogs depending on events going on in the hotel.
Check with the venue first.
The estate covers some of the most beautiful countryside that West Berkshire has to offer.
The landscape is varied and there are walking routes to suit all ages and fitness levels.