Berkshire has some wonderful places to eat and drink and if you’re new to the area there’s no better way to get acquainted than a few pints in some of Berkshire’s finest pubs. This is Camp Hopson’s short guide to Berkshire’s best pubs – perfect for newbies to Newbury and Berkshire and it can also be a great suggestion to people who already live here.
Newbury is a fantastic place to live and there are some unique pubs where you can enjoy a few pints or a glass of wine this summer. From traditional English pubs to gastro pubs, our list will try to give you an informed and varied choice when you’re looking for somewhere to go at the weekend.
If you’re looking for a mixture of traditional country pub and eatery as well as fine dining and a range of wines and spirits, then the Dunas Arms in Kintbury is a must, and it’s not too far outside of Newbury. If you fancy something a bit more down to earth with a good choice of ales then we suggest you try the Roebuck Restaurant in Reading. With many noting the Roebuck’s friendly staff and its wide selection of ales and beer, it could be Berkshire’s best kept secret.
Closer to home we suggest you visit the Starting Gate Restaurant in Newbury. It’s a great place to bring the family and you’ll want to go back after you’ve enjoyed their customer service. Great value for money and great food and there’s two pool tables and some darts available. For a change of scenery and a menu which includes the best selection of venison dishes in Berkshire, you should venture to the Pot Kiln in Yattendon. This quaint restaurant and pub serve up food that you won’t find anywhere else and you can get some quality West Berkshire Brewery ale on tap.
The Wellington Arms in Hampshire is another place that serves up some unexpected treats. You can buy homemade honey, fresh eggs and their own reared chickens at the bar, which you definitely won’t be able to do in many other pubs. The ambience is comfortable, the food is lovely and the drinks available will suit everyone’s tastes. Our final destination on our list is a bit different – sometimes you want to be able to enjoy yourself and have somewhere to stay. If you’re new to the area or you’re in the process of house-hunting then the Yew Tree Inn in Newbury is well worth checking in. Their food is so good that they have been awarded two Rosettes by the AA.
Newbury is a great place to live and if you’re planning on moving to the area we would make a suggestion of visiting Newbury a few times to help you find the most suitable home for you and your family. And when you do start planning your move you should contact Camp Hopson.
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