Pubs offering discounts for CAMRA members
Reading branch pubs offering discounts for CAMRA members
- Burghfield Bridge
- Cunning Man
(0118) 959 8067
The pub's name comes from a local legend of a 'cunning man' - a good wizard who would help to protect people from dark spirits and witches. The original building was destroyed following repeated flooding, however the newly re-built pub-restaurant has been impressively restored in its original style - complete with thatched roof. From the attractive gardens there is an exit directly onto the Kennet and Avon Canal towpath where one can stroll and see the narrow boats passing by. Food served until one hour before closing. Buses 2 and 2A stop right outside the pub.
- Cunning Man (0118) 959 8067 Burghfield Road Burghfield Bridge RG30 3RB
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@5916(0118) 947 5018
10/12 Church Road
There has been a pub on this site since the 1800s (when eels were fished in the nearby River Thames and brought to be sold in the pub). The current pub was built in 1916 and offers good food and ale; an extensive Chef and Brewer menu is available all day, with numerous specials on chalkboards and regular themed produce weeks. The spacious pub with a heated rear patio garden offers plenty of opportunity for a quiet drink or a big family meal. The guest ale changes weekly and is chosen from a variety of local and national breweries. Convenient for Caversham centre, it can get busy, but is surprisingly spacious inside. Level access from car park and terrace at rear.
- Griffin ku.oc.gnikeneerg@5916(0118) 947 5018 10/12 Church Road Caversham RG4 7AD
- Wee Waif
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@6035(0118) 944 0066
Old Bath Road
The Wee Waif is a modern purpose built hotel, providing very comfortable lodge style accommodation with 42 rooms and ample parking. The Greene King Hungry Horse branded outlet has an extensive restaurant and separate bar area. It had a major refurbish in Spring 2015. Guest beers are often from the GK Collaboration range.
- Wee Waif ku.oc.gnikeneerg@6035(0118) 944 0066 Old Bath Road Charvil RG10 9RJ
(0118) 926 1844
179 Wokingham Road
A pub on the site that used to be a toll house for the toll bridge over the river Loddon. Today it is within the Winnersh Triangle Business Estate next to the cinema on the riverbank overlooked by the terraced patio. The busy main road in front contrasts with the quiet Loddon river at its side. Wheelchair accessible. Radar key disabled toilet on river side of the building.
- George (0118) 926 1844 179 Wokingham Road Earley RG6 7EN
- Emmer Green
- White Horse
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@2016(0118) 947 3741
9 Kidmore End Road
Large pub overlooking the village green, with extensive decked and heated patio. Food 12:00–21:00 daily; themed food nights and Sunday lunch a speciality. Children allowed until 20:30. Quiz night Tuesdays, poker on Wednesdays. Can get busy when football is on TV.
- White Horse ku.oc.gnikeneerg@2016(0118) 947 3741 9 Kidmore End Road Emmer Green RG4 8SD
- Old Bell
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@5126(0118) 988 8348
Chef & Brewer traditional pub-restaurant in a contemporary style with a Premier Inn next door. Open-plan interior features dark leather stools, tall oak tables, pastel-coloured curtains and cream wood-clad and baby blue walls, which bring a sense of modernity to this centuries-old village pub. Has changed hands several times over the years, having been first owned by Reading Abbey.
- Old Bell ku.oc.gnikeneerg@5126(0118) 988 8348 Goring Lane Grazeley RG7 1LS
- Fisherman's Cottage
ku.dtl.stsessa@dp(0118) 956 0432
224 Kennet Side
A thriving freehouse on the towpath of the river Kennet. Four handpumps (10% CAMRA membership discount offered) are complemented by 10 keg taps and a large selection of bottled and canned beers. The menu is based around pub classics and tapas, including a good selection of vegetarian and vegan dishes. The garden is a summer delight, including beach hut style seating booths! Happy hour Mon - Thur 5pm - 7pm (CAMRA discount not applied separately).
ku.oc.gnidaerrairfyergeht@ofni(0118) 958 0560
53 Greyfriars Road
Convenient for the railway station and popular with the after-work crowd. A modern looking but yet traditional pub with eight handpumps and 14 keg lines, all offering beers from independent breweries. Occasional 'tap takeovers feature' and there is a 10% discount off a pint or half of real ale for CAMRA members. A small range of paninis and salad are served from lunchtime into the early evening with a pint. Regular Quiz night every other Monday from 7.30pm.
ku.oc.gnidaertsruhdnyleht@ofni(0118) 950 3888
88 Queens Road
Family run bar & kitchen, the Lyndhurst maintains its presence as a smart town pub with with good range of real ale with many locally-sourced. Fresh seasonal food with menus changing monthly. Music & beer festivalin Easter.
ku.oc.gnidaer-kooltuo@olleh(0118) 958 6549
76-78A Kings Road
Larger-than-it-looks upmarket Greene King outlet and a popular lunchtime destination for local office workers. A 10% discount is applied to all for real ales on Sundays and CAMRA members all week. Nice window seats at the rear 'turret' overlooking the Kennet. Pool table in the top bar. Karaoke on Sundays and Motown special on 3rd Friday of the month.
- Queens Head
firstname.lastname@example.org(0118) 986 3040
54 Christchurch Road
A delightful old building close to the University's Whiteknights campus, 50 yards from the Shinfield Road entrance. Has good a la carte pub food, with an emphasis on high quality but good value. Sells three real ales, often with a local slant. Local hotel guests and CAMRA members 7% discount. Also has loyalty discounts.
- Rose & Thistle
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@0906(0118) 957 3851
43 Argyle Road
The Rose and Thistle is a large pub that caters for all. Sporting events (mostly football) are shown regularly on the many television sets around the bar area but should you wish to avoid them there is ample seating outside at the front and in a beer garden to the rear.
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@4925(0118) 975 2089
201 Shinfield Road
Large comfortable pub on the corner of Shinfield Road and Elm Road. Good value food is served all day, with meal-deals Mon-Sat. A proper local pub at the heart of its community, with a quiz on Wednesday night and Killer Pool on Sunday night.
- Three Guineas
ku.oc.srelluf@saeniugeerht(0118) 957 2743
The Three Guineas is a Grade II listed pub located in the old ticket hall of Reading railway station. The cellar bar, named Firefly after the first train to leave Reading rail station, is impressive with vaulted ceiling and bare brick walls. 20% discount for CAMRA members. Live music every Sunday. A great addition to our rich tapestry of pubs in the area. Large outdoor seating area in front, but unfortunately you can't access the platforms directly, so make sure you leave enough time for your train!
- Three Tuns
moc.srabruolla@snuteerht(0118) 966 9989
191 Wokingham Road
A large pub at the end of the 17 bus route with the original two bars combined into one. The beers in its new Craft Beer chill cabinet include Brew Dog. Food, they claim, is traditional pub fare with a modern twist. Major sporting events regularly shown on Sky Sports and BT Sports. Quiz nights every Thursday evening. 10% discount for students & NHS staff.
(0118) 957 6930
31 London Road
The Turks is an extremely welcoming and traditional British pub. This pub nestles alongside the London Road bus lane and is much larger than you might expect. Pool tables at the far end. Traditional pub food. Local cover bands can really pack them in here like nowhere else in town.
- Victoria Cross
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@7181(0118) 931 0115
Unit B2, 350 Basingstoke Road
Opened in March 2016 as the Trooper Potts in honour of the town's only Victoria Cross holder, and was refurbed and renamed the Victoria Cross only three years later, with the reason for the latter remaining unknown. It's a Hungry Horse chain value pub/restaurant spacious 'megapub' including an upstairs area. They show multiple sports TV channels.
- Fisherman's Cottage ku.dtl.stsessa@dp(0118) 956 0432 224 Kennet Side Reading RG1 3DW
- Water Tower
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@3886(0118) 907 6704
160 Park Lane
Formerly known as the Bear Inn, built in the 1930's. Closed for a number of years during the mid-2000's it re-opened following a major refurbishment in February 2012 as a Flaming Grill pub. The 17 bus terminates here.
- Water Tower ku.oc.gnikeneerg@3886(0118) 907 6704 160 Park Lane Tilehurst RG31 4DU
- Bull & Chequers
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@5696(0118) 969 9756
Originally a farmhouse when Woodley was in the countryside. The interior stills shows signs of separate lounge and public bar areas which contrast with the conservatory extension. Two Sports TV channels shown. Has team in darts league and two in the Pool league. Live music occasional Saturdays. Large garden and a paved patio at the front. May serve cider on handhump in summer. Gives 10% discount to CAMRA members
ku.oc.yeldoowsreuqehceht@ofni(0118) 969 3477
198-200 Crockhamwell Road
A locals pub at one end of the Woodley shopping centre with a strong horse racing focus and a new outdoor decking area. This ex-Tanners pub was converted from a one to a two-bar pub mid 2000's then back to one bar in its 2016 refurbishment. Live music, usually last Saturdays. Occasional chairity events. There's a wide range of sports TV, especially horse racing.
- Good Companions
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@6196(0118) 969 3325
149 Loddon Bridge Road
Community pub built in the 1950's. Accent on TV sports and reasonably priced food, with the two separate bars knocked into one and a makeover done recently. Food available all day. Good selection of bottled beers available. Cider on handpump in the summer. Outdoor grassed area with bench tables. CAMRA members 10% discount. Monday nights - pool, Tuesdays - darts, Thursday- poker. Multiple teams in local leagues.
- Bull & Chequers ku.oc.gnikeneerg@5696(0118) 969 9756 Church Road Woodley RG5 4QP