All the pubs and hotels featured here have at least one of our draught beers all year round.

The Hoxon

The Hoxon

Bar and Kitchen

The Hoxon, 39-41 Obelisk Way, Camberley, GU15 3SG

01276 26678

www.thehoxon.co.uk

A new vibrant wine bar and kitchen offering sharing platters, various European dishes and delicious desserts. On the weekends Brunch and Sunday Roasts. Enjoy our International wines, beers and ales, our maybe a cocktail. Informal yet luxurious.


The Nags Head

The Nags Head

CAMRA award-winning pub in Reading

The Nag’s Head, 5 Russell Street, Reading RG1 7XD

07765 880137

www.thenagsheadreading.co.uk

The Nag’s Head is a CAMRA award-winning pub situated near Reading town centre. Specialising in Keg and Craft Cask, we have 12 hand pumps featuring a constantly changing variety of Craft Casks from predominantly local breweries as well as a selection of delicious ciders and continental lagers!


Coworth Park

Coworth Park

Luxury Country House Hotel & Spa

Coworth Park, Blacknest Rd, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 7SE

0044 1344 876 600

www.dorchestercollection.com/en/ascot/coworth-park/

This luxurious country house hotel on the borders of Windsor Great Park is high-end style without the stuffiness. It’s an idyllic place for a romantic retreat and a favourite with families seeking a relaxing break with a dash of adventure only 45 minutes drive from London. An understated palette of subtle colours lends an air of calm to the spacious rooms and suites. Restaurant Coworth Park’s Best of British menu shows true passion for the finest locally-sourced seasonal ingredients.


The Bolton Arms

The Bolton Arms

Village Bar and Restaurant

The Bolton Arms, 91, The Street, Old Basing, Hampshire, RG24 7DA

01256 819555

www.thebolton.com

The Bolton Arms is a 15th century Grade II Listed building situated in the heart of historic Old Basing, which is a Conservation Area of outstanding beauty.
Quality wines and beers are complemented by both excellent fayre and service to create a warm welcoming atmosphere amongst the vaulted ceilings, oak beams and period features exposed during the 2008 sympathetic renovation. Or, why not relax with a cold beer or wine in the landscaped gardens on either the decking, lawns, in the shade beneath the trees or the gazebo? Our Menu is freshly prepared using local produce by our Head Chef, Emily Self, on a daily basis and changes regularly to reflect the season’s offerings.


The Red Lion

Local Pub

The Red Lion, 52 High Street, Egham, Surrey, TW20 9EW

01784 473276

www.redlionegham.com

The Red Lion pub has been serving residents of and visitors to Egham since the 1500s. The pub was refurbished back in 2014 and focussed on maintaining the pub’s character whilst making sure that it offered all the amenities of a modern pub that serves great home cooked food.