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Pubs in Berkshire

Known as the ‘Royal County of Berkshire’, this regal county bordering Greater London embraces its title through its many royal connections and events.

Stately homes, abbeys and castles reign over this land, where you will be captivated by legend and folklore.

The River Thames and the Kennet and Avon Canal meander through the county of Berkshire, making it a popular spot for water-based activities, and waterside pubs.

Other visitors prefer to unlock historical secrets at an intriguing museum, grand stately home or monumental castle. To the other extreme, families are drawn to the thrills and spills the region’s theme parks.

Little Angel, Henley on ThamesNot only known for major attractions, which include Windsor Castle, Ascot Racecourse and Savill Garden, Berkshire has many delightful villages sprinkled across the beautiful landscape.

There is no more enjoyable way to spend the day than travelling from one charming village to another in search of Berkshire's historic inns. Whether you're looking for a dog-friendly pub, tasty food or comfortable pub accommodation, you will find it here in Berkshire. Pubs like The Crown at Playhatch and The Little Angel near Henley on Thames are perfect examples of what this county has to offer.

 For more information on Berkshire and an official tourism guide to the area.

Find a Great Country Pub


The Stag on the River


In a quaint village setting perched on the banks of the River Wey, the Stag is a perfect example of the very best that a Great British Pub can offer.

The Stag on the River

Great Pubs in Berkshire

The Little Angel Pub

LocationHenley on Thames, Berkshire

The Queens Arms

LocationEast Garston, Berkshire

The Crown

LocationPlayhatch, Berkshire