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Tel code: 01635 | code search
Postcode: RG18 | code search
Population: 350
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Folk Customs:
Beating the Bounds
Eton Wall Game
Hungerford Hocktide Court
Swan Upping
Ufton Nervet Bread and Cloth Dole

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Pot Kiln
"We took our daughter and boyfriend to the Pot Kiln for a meal in the Restaurant.We have been a few times before and only eaten in the Bar. We had enjoyed ..." More

Royal Oak Hotel
"This is not a pub, at least not what I would define as one. More like a pretentious and under-performing restaurant. Unfriendly and surly young staff serving, if you can get ..." More

Pot Kiln
"Very expensive for what you got. (its a pub ) Have had much better value in Berkshire. 3 out of 10

Date visited: 22/02/07 ..." More

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Yattendon is an unspoilt, pretty village in the county of Berkshire home to 331 people. The country lanes are an ideal place to stretch the legs on long walks, or just a mile or so away is a Living Rainforest with stunning tropical plants, butterflies, lizards and exotic creatures like the Red Tailed Boa Constrictor, Salmon Pink Spider and enchanting Emerald Doves, all of these wonders are housed under glass, as you walk around the colours of Mother Natures Palette paints a perfect picture. For the lovers of history the mellow façade of the magnificent Mansion of Basildon Park built in the 18th Century will certainly impress, once inside the beautiful staircase leads her visitor to scintillating treasures of paintings and fine furniture, outside the parkland overlooks the River Thames. Or perhaps a tour around the Thames Valley Police Museum will explain the intricacies of policing during the Victorian era, with exhibits of uniforms, truncheons and even items from the Great Train Robbery. Or why not catch a curtain call at the Water Mill Theatre, built in 1830 now converted into an intimate theatre retaining much of it’s heritage including the water wheel, with lovely gardens set beside the River Lambourne what more could possibly be asked for……….

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The Royal Oak (0.05 miles)

The Royal Oak
The Royal Oak, a stunning country pub with rooms full of character nestled in the picturesque and historic village of Yattendon, on the Yattendon Estate in Berkshire. The Royal Oak stays true to the ... More | visit website
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Royal Oak Hotel (0.06 miles)

Royal Oak Hotel
The Royal Oak, a stunning country pub with rooms full of character nestled in the picturesque and historic village of Yattendon, on the Yattendon Estate in Berkshire. The Royal Oak stays true to the ... More | visit website
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Bunk Inn (3.93 miles)

Bunk Inn
Nestled in the heart of West Berkshire countryside, The Bunk Inn at Curridge offers a delightful menu with locally sourced produce at very reasonable prices. At our friendly bar you can find a selection of ... More | visit website
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Compton Swan (3.94 miles)

Compton Swan

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Welcome to the Compton Swan We are Penelope and Jean-Marc. We opened our lovely Pub & Restaurant 2 years ago and provide a female friendly relaxing environment, with quality bedrooms, ... More

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Travelodge Newbury Chieveley M4 (4.48 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Bull At Streatley (4.53 miles)

Bull At Streatley

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The Bull at Streatley provides a warm welcome for visitors to this attractive village alongside the River Thames on the Main route between Reading and Oxford. This historic hostelry dates ... More

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Regency Park (4.57 miles)

Regency Park

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The Regency Park Hotel matches stylish, chic and contemporary interiors with quality, comfort and exceptional service. This 4-star luxury hotel has spacious bedrooms together with a luxury indoor leisure club, an award-winning ... More

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Hilton Newbury North (4.58 miles)

Hilton Newbury North

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This modern hotel is well located to explore the surrounding area and there are a wealth of attractions to suit all ages. Stonehenge is a must see, while Blenheim Palace and ... More

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West Grange Hotel (4.67 miles)

West Grange Hotel

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The Best Western West Grange Hotel is ideally located for either Newbury or Reading on the A4. The hotel has a large bar and restaurant ideal for weddings, conferences and ... More

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The Swan at Streatley (4.75 miles)

The Swan at Streatley

And this to all is my advice, Put plainly and concretely,
If youre in search of all thats nice, Go to The Swan at Streatley

H.D. Ellis, August 1901

The Swan at Streatley Hotel is situated on the ... More | visit website

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