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 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 Prince Arthur, Windsor
A lively, bustling place, The Prince Arthur enjoys a reputation as one of the best pubs in Windsor. It's a friendly place where visitors & locals mix amid a fantastic atmosphere.
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 Railway Tavern, Hungerford
It might look like a sleepy, traditional pub on the outside, but step inside and the atmosphere comes alive. One of the best pubs in Hungerford, The Railway Tavern is also one of the only live music venues in the area; it's the place to be on Friday and Saturday nights.
The Royal Oak, Paley Street
A magnificent Michelin starred establishment, The Royal Oak is the best pub in Maidenhead for any fan of food. Owned by chat show legend Sir Michael Parkinson, the pub oozes charm and class
The Vansittart Arms, Windsor
The Vansittart Arms is a traditional English pub with a happy, homely ambience - boosted by open fires in the winter and a lovely garden for the summer.
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.
The Wheatsheaf, Slough
Popular with the locals, the Wheatsheaf, Slough, is a traditional pub at the heart of the community. Knowing what makes a great pub, The Wheatsheaf offers good food, drink, and a welcoming atmosphere.