28 - results found

Retreat 0.51 miles (0.81 km)

Reading, RG1 4EH

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

This small Victorian terraced pub has two rooms. The public bar at the front is an amalgamation of the former off-sales...

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Queen's Head 6.42 miles (10.34 km)

Wokingham, RG40 1BP

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

This small, appealing terrace pub started life as an early 15th-century cruck-framed house (now encased in painted brick...

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Crooked Billet 7.19 miles (11.58 km)

Stoke Row, RG9 5PU

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Now primarily functioning as a restaurant, it is possible to have only a drink at some tables and in the garden. The two...

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Black Horse 7.38 miles (11.87 km)

Checkendon, RG8 0TE

A historic pub interior of regional importance

This, the ‘pub in the woods’, is a long red-brick building with an attractive green-painted verandah, and has been in th...

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Bell 7.47 miles (12.03 km)

Waltham St Lawrence, RG10 0JJ

A historic pub interior of regional importance

This fine timber-framed building originated as a house around 1400. Along with lands it passed into the hands of the vil...

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White Hart 7.8 miles (12.55 km)

Eversley, RG27 0PJ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

17th century pub (according to the listed description - they claim 16th century) with an interior that is little altered...

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Catherine Wheel 8.51 miles (13.7 km)

Goring, RG8 9HB

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Late 17th century pub. A pre-1959 photograph in the pub shows the pub without its long, barn-style addition along the ro...

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Stag & Huntsman 9.37 miles (15.08 km)

Hambleden, RG9 6RP

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

The main part of the building, with the brick and flint frontage, dates from around 1900 but other sections are older (t...

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Pot Kiln 10.02 miles (16.12 km)

Frilsham, RG18 0XX

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

The original pub room is reputed to be the one with the bare wood floor at the rear right, which was in use until 2007 b...

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Waggon & Horses 10.64 miles (17.12 km)

Hartley Wintney, RG27 8NY

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A pleasant Victorian local on the main street, probably refitted in the 1930s and with limited changes since. To the rig...

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Bell Inn 10.66 miles (17.16 km)

Aldworth, RG8 9SE

A historic pub interior of national importance

This wonderful village pub has been in the hands of the Hunt/McQuhae family since the eighteenth century. It has two roo...

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Fox & Hounds 12.35 miles (19.87 km)

Christmas Common, OX49 5HL

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

In times past there were two bars here on either side of the entrance: a public bar to the left and a private bar to the...

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Swan 15.1 miles (24.3 km)

West Wycombe, HP14 3AE

A historic pub interior of national importance

The Swan dates back to the eighteenth-century and has been run by the same family since 1910 under the ownership of the...

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Royal Standard of England 17.35 miles (27.92 km)

Forty Green, HP9 1XT

A historic pub interior of regional importance

This is an extraordinary amalgam of nooks and crannies with lots of exposed timber-work but, from our point of view here...

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Red Lion 17.43 miles (28.05 km)

Aldershot, GU12 4EZ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Rebuilt in 1928 it originally had four rooms and an off-sales but the walls that created the off-sales were removed in c...

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White Horse 18.08 miles (29.1 km)

Hedgerley, SL2 3UY

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A seventeenth-century timber-framed building, re-fronted in the nineteenth and faced with whitewashed brick. The left-ha...

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North Star 19.19 miles (30.88 km)

Steventon, OX13 6SG

A historic pub interior of national importance

The main bar is one of the great village pub rooms of Britain. Its arrangements would have once been common enough, but...

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Punchbowl 20.02 miles (32.22 km)

Abingdon, OX14 3HG

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A partly early seventeenth-century timber-framed building. It’s included here for the Oak Room, a delightful low-ceiling...

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Shoulder of Mutton 21.55 miles (34.68 km)

Wantage, OX12 8AX

A historic pub interior of regional importance

An appealing multi-room, small-town pub. The great feature is a highly unusual and charming glazed-in snug immediately i...

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Crossways Inn 23.4 miles (37.65 km)

Churt, GU10 2JS

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

A partly tile-hung pub with an interwar, flat-roofed addition on the left. The small public bar on the right has a red a...

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Angel 23.72 miles (38.17 km)

Hayes End, UB4 8HX

This pub is currently closed (since 26/09/2018)

A historic pub interior of national importance

An elegant neo-Georgian roadhouse rebuilt for Fullers in 1926 to designs by well-known pub architect T.H. Nowell Parr (c...

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Bear Inn 23.96 miles (38.56 km)

Oxford, OX1 4EH

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A cosy pub in central Oxford. The tiny snug off Alfred Street leads to the small public bar on the corner. This has vint...

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King's Arms 24.12 miles (38.82 km)

Oxford, OX1 3SP

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Claimed as Oxford’s oldest pub, built in 1607, though rebuilt in the eighteenth century, hence its Georgian appearance....

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White Rabbit 24.22 miles (38.98 km)

Oxford, OX1 2BY

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Three-storey tucked-away pub with old fielded panelling on walls in the entrance lobby and a number of areas with some o...

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Queen's Head 24.5 miles (39.43 km)

Cranford, TW5 9PB

A historic pub interior of national importance

Rebuilt by Fuller’s Brewery about 1931, this pub has a high-quality, very largely intact interior with abundant use of o...

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