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The Inn on the Park, Woodley - pub details

Inn on the Park

Address: The Pavillon, Woodford Park, Haddon Drive, Woodley, Reading, Berkshire, RG5 4LY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25333) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Earley (1.4 miles), Winnersh Triangle (1.6 miles), Twyford (2.3 miles)

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Awful place...concreted next to car park. Littered with fag ends and overflowing ash teays. Service slow. Characterless place..dingy and have made no effort whatever to make the place inviting. Will NEVER go again.
girlwithadog - 12 Jun 2015 17:53
Visited yesterday afternoon. London Pride, Green King IPA, Doombar and a Loddon beer on offer. The latter was served straight from the barrel (£3 a pint) and the quality couldn't be faulted. Can't say that I found this an especially welcoming place. Despite there being a sign on the door asking that dogs be kept on a lead, there were 3 large ones running round inside. I wouldn't rush to return although, if I lived in the area, I'd certainly drop in now and again for a qyick pint.
cheshirecat - 13 Mar 2013 08:35
My last post was nearly 3 years ago so an update. I'm increased my score by one notch as the beer is a touch better when I previously reviewed, 3 real ales on, London Pride, Butt's Barbus Barbus and Loddon Hoppit, Mon - Thursday the Loddon Hoppit is priced at 2.50. The Hoppit is a personal favourite session beer of mine at 3.5% ABV and it was in great condition.
Abteilung - 3 Feb 2012 14:41
I've managed to get into this pub now and further to my previous comments I can confirm much effort is made in terms of the ales on offer. The Loddon Hoppit was in good condition. Not the prettiest of pubs and as I mentioned before, despite being connected to the leisure centre, has a no children policy.
pchaimba - 18 Mar 2011 19:43
I was a local resident who used/ drank and worked behind the bar (in the 90's on and off). Several management teams came - if i recall employed by Woodley town council - usually good people-often tightly run ( almost driven by various town councillors) - the staff was from locals, uni studants. A Quiz was run very well back then. The Leisure centre had badmington halls and conference hall - i used to attend the excellent Woodley Camera club. The Real was usually Breakspears and Fuller's London Pride but often varied (guest ale). Children were not allowed ,if i recall in the bar but there is a patio by a paddling pool(summer) and play area. Set in the middle of Woodford Park with cricket and football matches plus a bowling green and tennis courts. Did have a curfew , ie a main locked shortly after time gate down the hill.
Did have a caretaker, groundstaff for the park and town council offices. I moved in 2000 - still had tv and a very good nearby Carnival once a year (June). The memorial Park added / rebuilt the theatre etc so i think the council offices moved to the lower of the two parks (Headley Road). Corination Hall was still active next to it when i visited the excellent Woodley 3K & 10K Run (i think a fud raises for 1st Woodley Scouts). The shopping centre is vibrant and nearby in Crockenwell Road ( The Chequers PH also).
citypoolrg21 - 16 Jun 2010 00:44

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