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The Waggon and Horses, Twyford - pub details

Waggon and Horses

Address: 61 High Street, Twyford, Reading, Berkshire, RG10 9AJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19587) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Twyford (0.3 miles), Wargrave (1.6 miles), Shiplake (2.6 miles)

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Cosy, wood-beamed, flagstone-floored pub. Good selection of ales and friendly barman/landlord. The Belhavens Grand Slam (it was that time of year) was extremely good.
Komakino - 12 Mar 2013 20:27
Friendly barman, good choice of ales and the food, if a little expensive for what it was, was very nice too. Hope to go back again.
DudleyC - 9 Apr 2012 23:53
Our vote for pub of the day would probably be shared between this establishment and the Jack o'Newbury in Binfield. This roadside pub has a nice atmosphere inside and a reasonable beer selection. The landlord seemed fairly friendly. At the rear, there is a large garden which featured a wendy house, an aviary and the resident pub cat. Inside there are plenty of items to admire including brasses and a strange located piano on the way to the toilets. Beers were Fullers London Pride, Courage Best, Loddon Bamboozle & Everards Tiger. Sharps Doom Bar was off. One to recommend.
blue_scrumpy - 29 Aug 2011 20:19
I didn't sample the food which looked bog standard but this pub is a winner on several levels. The interior is appealingly rickety and beamtastic and the garden is capacious indeed. Although the skeins of flying geese that flew over our heads were unlikely to have been organised by the estsblishment's proprietors, the aviary in the garden itself is clearly their work - and being gazed upon by a bevy of fowl, albeit of the tiny variety, is an enjoyable experience. A cornucopia of canines completed the menagerie vibe.
BoehmBawerk - 28 Jul 2011 13:00
Very traditional pub in affluent area, reflected in prices. Dull beer range, but I think my Doom Bar is now a bad choice on my part. Friendly regulars.
mtaylor40 - 11 Jun 2011 17:30

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