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The Catherine Wheel, Goring - pub details

Catherine Wheel

Address: Station Road, Goring, Reading, Berkshire, RG8 9HB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4140) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Goring & Streatley (0.3 miles), Pangbourne (3.4 miles), Cholsey (3.7 miles)

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John Barleycorn, Goring (0.1 miles), Goring Social Club, Goring (0.1 miles), Miller of Mansfield, Goring (0.1 miles), Queens Arms, Goring (0.2 miles), Bull, Streatley (0.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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A nice pub but expensive imho - £8.30 for two pints...the barley corn is almost a pound cheaper and the bull in streatley cheaper still! However staff were friendly and worth a visit especially if you have deep pockets!
d.franks - 6 May 2017 12:05
Taken over a couple of years ago by two guys fresh to the pub trade and really refreshed by all accounts.

Not food led but with good range of meals, I only had a couple of croissants (long story) and they were spectacular.

The beers were really well kept, the staff were really friendly and inside it is clean but quirky enough to be interesting, "hidden" gents toilet and all.

If you can find it this pub is well worth spending an evening in.
nuttybrown - 4 Apr 2015 22:09
Nice pub selling OK beer. Seems mainly frequented by locals (it's not on any of the main roads through the village), but friendly enough to strangers. Beer is from Marston's, who dominate the tied trade in the area, owing to their takeover of the Brakspear's brand. I was drinking Brakspear's Bitter, once one of the world's great beers, but nowadays hardly worth crossing the street for. That said, the Brak's at the Catherine Wheels was really very good.
newbury_drinker - 27 May 2012 22:04
Popped in the other Saturday,a chilly autumn night. The big wood fire you look forward to had gone out,and there was only one bitter on; a nice Brakspear though. Food was ok, based around chips. It is a good location and its the type of pub you want to go in and feel welcome.Can't shake the feeling its gone a bit downhill. The 'secret' gents? has a sign on the door saying Gentlemen..
Ramblingman - 17 Nov 2011 10:40
A great option as it's a country village pub close to a train station so there is real ease of access - well worth thinking of if deciding on a convenient meeting point between London and Oxford. It's low beamed and dark inside and you should go to the hidden gents before you have had your fourth pint, but the beer garden is spacious and it avoids the pretensions of the nouveau riche Miller of Mansfield. Goring is also a pretty spectacular village. Go!
BoehmBawerk - 9 Oct 2011 15:15

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