As it is Fathers Day on Sunday June 17th, if you are still wondering what to do or where to go, here is a few recommended gifts and ideas to get you thinking...
Newbury and West Berkshire boasts some great dining pubs and inns. Why not consider treating your father and or grandfather to a meal out at one of these recommended places over Fathers Day weekend...
Their now infamous Sunday night Pot Kiln Pizzas have got off to a great start this year, in spite of the weather! Go along and try amazing stone baked pizzas cooked to order from our pizza oven in the garden. No need to book, just turn up between 5.30 and 8.30pm every Sunday until the end of September. Alternatively try the fantastic wild food in their cosy pub restaurant. Call 01635 813945 to book.
BeFabulous Friday and Sunday Night Offer - Enjoy a Three Course Dinner, relax in our warm and welcoming bar and then get the perfects night's sleep in one of our comfy beds followed by a full English breakfast in the morning.
After re-charging your batteries after a long week this is the perfect way to start or finish your weekend! Only £99.00 per room. Rooms are limited. Or simply enjoy a fantastic meal from their value Fathers Day set menu:
Adults- £23.50 per person
Children- £15.00 per person
Call to check availability and make your reservation on 01635 813911.
Enjoy a meal from the extensive and inventive menu at the Six Bells in Beenham. The Six Bells has recently been awarded the AA Dinner Award in addition to the AA 4 stars they already have. Call to reserve your table in this beauitful and welcoming Inn 01635 813941.
Nestled in the heart of West Berkshire countryside, The Bunk Inn at Curridge offers a delightful menu with locally sourced produce at very reasonable prices. Choose from one of their two large dining areas with a la carte menus presenting a host of mouth watering delights. Call 01635 813906 to reserve your table.
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