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The Plume of Feathers, Hungerford - pub details

Plume of Feathers

Address: 113 High Street, Hungerford, Berkshire, RG17 0NB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30384) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hungerford (0.2 miles), Kintbury (3.3 miles), Bedwyn (4.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.9/10 (rated by 12 users)
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This is now the GBG listed Hungerford Arms. One harassed member of staff on a busy Saturday afternoon with at least a dozen waiting to get served meant I gave up on this place. Definitely worth walking past.
Snarling_Mallard - 10 Feb 2019 00:57
I think the reason why this doesn't seem to be a place for drinkers is that the bar to the left as you walk in just isn't designed to sit in. It's all just too narrow with slippery, black leather sofas that aren't conducive to comfortable sitting. The 3.9% "Plume Ale" was £3.40 and not too bad; other handpulls were Timothy Taylor's Landlord and Old Speckled Hen. The room to the right is a restaurant which we didn't venture into. MarlingSnallard got this correct - perfectly friendly welcome but a pub to have one in and then move on.

paul_d102 - 24 May 2014 23:21
In Hungerford for a soccer match on a Bank Holiday.
Slightly disappointed that this establishment seems to be edging towards being a restaurant that sells beer. Quite a few diners in at lunchtime and the food looked good. Only two drinkers inside and another ten in the beer garden, most of whom were visiting Merthyr soccer fans. They had a laptop on a barside table for free Internet access.
Barmaids quite attractive and not especially aloof, despite previous reviews to the contrary.
I stuck with a pint of Ruddles County for three pounds and ten shillings. Very good pint. They also had Greene King Caritas, not something I'm familiar with. The "landlord's choice" pump wasn't on.
Had Stowford Press cider on draught as well. This is a Weston's cider, but more your standard apple drink than a connoisseur's tipple and not in the same potency league as their infamous Old Rosie.
Fair enough pub, but I was on a bit of a crawl and had just the one pint.
MarlingSnallard - 6 May 2013 22:43
Nice pub, good food and beer but the service is a bit hit and miss and at lunchtimes it can be a bit slow.
Dan137 - 1 May 2013 09:15
I moved to Hungerford 5 months ago and found the place to be warm and pleasant. However, staff only seem to engage with established local clientele and despite visiting regularly, there is rarely a welcome conversation.

Ate there this evening and staff moved the chair at my table causing me to have to move my table for her while I was eating without so much as an excuse me. No further offers of desert menu or drink re-fills so paid bill and had a drink elsewhere. There was also no "please", "thank you" or "goodbye" when paying/leaving.

Real shame as this could be a really good pub for regulars and visitors alike and the food was actually quite good.

steady_eddie1969 - 7 Sep 2011 22:41

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