The Halfway Inn, Newbury - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12161) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
Brewery: Hall and Woodhouse
- Food served, Real ale
- Outside seating, Dogs allowed, Children allowed, Credit cards accepted, Car park
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other pubs nearby:
Red House, Marsh Benham (1.4 miles), Rising Sun, Stockcross (1.6 miles), Dundas Arms, Kintbury (1.6 miles), Prince of Wales, Kintbury (1.7 miles), Lord Lyon, Newbury (1.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|I popped in just before Christmas to see if the reviews are accurate. I was asked if I'd come for dinner as soon as I approached the bar (or is it a piano storage area?) which is always very irritating for a man seeking a pint at the end of the working day.|
I asked for a pint of Badger First Gold. The (French?) barman drew off a hazy pint, placed it in front of me and annouced, 'That'll be £3.80 please.'
For the first time in my life I challenged the price and he told me it was designed to keep out the local 'riff raff!'
It will keep me out as well, for ever. I'll be going to the Winterbourne Arms in future.
Pubspymaster - 31 Dec 2010 12:30
|Agree with edb543. I live locally and have only popped in once since the relaunch to see what it was like. Excellent service, nice atmosphere, emphasis definitely on food.|
Now known just as "The Halfway". The "Inn" part was dropped when they repainted it!
Also for info re posts below, The White Hart at Hamstead Marshall has closed.
With a large amount of bias (as it's my local), go to The Downgate in Hungerford for superb beer ...
Lord_Jeffers - 19 Nov 2010 00:44
New style of bar.
Now strong emphasis on a good menu. Nice restaurant area. Piano player in the corner. Maintains a very nice beer garden for beer drinkers, always a good local lager on tap (rare).
I love it, well worth checking out.
edb543 - 17 Jun 2010 14:27
|Anonymous' comments are irrelevant given this pub has changed hands twice since he/she/it went in 2006.|
Come on Mr Woodhouse, get someone who knows what they are doing here and don't over rent the pub so they make no money - easy isn't it!
As for recommending other pubs and cynicism, well Mr Dazell Piper at the Dundas is probably the rudest licensee in Berkshire so make up your own mind.
Pubspymaster - 12 Mar 2010 17:45
|Now under new management (again). I have never known a pub to change guv'nors as frequently as this one. there seems to be a new one every nine months or so.|
Dan137 - 24 Nov 2009 21:05
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