The Greyhound, Tidmarsh
Welcome to the Greyhound Inn - a 12th Century, Grade II listed pub at the heart of Berkshire's stunning countryside. The recently renovated pub still oozes period charm at every turn.
The Hind's Head, Aldermaston
Our charming pub was originally a 17th Century coaching inn. Many of the original features have been retained, including oak beams and real log fires - making it a beautiful place to stay.
The Lock, Stock & Barrel, Newbury
The Lock, Stock & Barrel is a popular, traditional pub situated right on the bank of the River Kennet. Widely regarded as one of the best pubs in Newbury.
The Old Hatchet, Cranbourne
Our traditional 16th century English country pub is set between Ascot and Windsor in some of Berkshire's finest countryside, and was originally a set of cottages belonging to local woodmen.
The Queen's Head, Bradfield
A pretty village pub that ticks all the boxes of a great local. There's an open log fire, home-cooked fare and fabulously well kept real ales. It's a lovely spot to meet with family and friends.
The Ship Inn, Wokingham
Lying at the edge of historic Wokingham, The Ship Inn is a wonderful Grade II listed coaching inn dating back over 400 years, known for superb fresh food, delicious drinks, and a welcoming pub garden.
The Victoria Arms, Binfield
You won't find any fruit machines or loud music at The Victoria Arms. Instead expect some of life's great pleasures - good beer, home-cooked food and lively conversation.
The Volunteer, Theale
Refurbished in 2019, The Volunteer steps forward as Theale's best pub, with a spacious garden and light, airy interior the perfect setting to try fresh food, delicious drink, and wonderful atmosphere.