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.
Walks with Coffee Stops -whether you are looking for a kick start to a ramble or returning from a gentle stroll, you will find the cafes mentioned close to some of our counties most beautiful places to walk.
Not to mention the odd treat!
In addition to the many miles of public footpaths and bridleways, the Englefield Estate makes more than 1,700 acres of land available for public access with miles of walking and horse-riding trails
O' Briens in Pangbourne | A small family-owned café & it shows. Experience Irish hospitality at its finest in Pangbourne, Berkshire.
Mad Duck Cafe Purley On Thames | A café /tea room for all to enjoy with a homely feel.
Highclere Castle has been home to the Carnarvon family since 1679. Built on an ancient site, the original house was recorded in the Domesday Book
Baxters was a dog friendly and welcoming place. Coffee and snacks are tasty and the staff were very accommodating finding us a table on a wet and windy busy Saturday
Finchampstead Ridges, Wokingham Finchampstead Ridges, nestled in …
Dinton Pastures Country Park Dinton Pastures is …
Snelsmore Common and The Snug | Everyone can escape the busy-ness of life by exploring the network of paths across this beautiful and varied heathland.
Greenham Common with Honesty at The Base | Honesty Cafe Greenham and Crookham Commons form the largest continuous tract of open heath …
Greenham Common | Greenham and Crookham Commons form the largest continuous tract of open heath in Berkshire. It is special for the mix of purple and pink heathers and golden yellow gorse, wildflower-filled grasslands and expanses of bare gravels - all easily accessible to visitors.
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