Pubs in Hurst
Church Hill 0118 934 0334
The Castle at Hurst is a free house with parts of the pub dating from the 16 century. Owner Matt is passionate about food and quality ingredients, sourcing local seasonal foods. The Castle offers freshly prepared pub food including his famous burger. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Lodge Road 0118 934 0886
Elephant and Castle. A Traditional Pub Set in The Village of Hurst is both family, dog friendly and has gained a reputation for hearty, homemade food, well- kept real ales, craft beer & real ciders
Hinton Road 0118 934 2599
The Green Man in Hurst is a fine example of a Traditional English Country pub. It was awarded its first license in the 1600's and have been serving thirsty travelling tradesmen and villagers ever since. Serving local, seasonal British fare, log fire, extensive beer garden with a play area to keep the children entertained and plenty of space in the shade if the sun gets too hot.
Davies Way 0118 934 4100
This 19th Century Wheelwright's shop started selling beer when the railways arrived in the early 1850's. A friendly local attracting both visitors & residents, it retains its stone floors, beamed ceilings, exposed brickwork & real fire. The friendliest dog pub in Berkshire!
Forest Road, Wokingham, RG40 5SB, 01344 304446
The Warren is the perfect spot for a scrumptious Sunday roast, a three-course meal, a romantic lunch, or anything in between.
When it comes to accommodating your group dining requirements, we’ve got everything covered. Whether you’re in the midst of planning a surprise birthday meal, a brunch with clients, or a unique social gathering compete with delicious bar bites and cocktails, we can help. We are also child friendly.