Caversham Pub walk.

Caversham is a suburb of Reading, in the royal county of Berkshire, England. It lies on the north bank of the River Thames on the opposite bank from the rest of Reading. Caversham Bridge, Reading Bridge and Caversham Lock (pedestrian only) provide crossing points, with Sonning Bridge a few miles east of Caversham. Distance 1 mile, 20minutes walking.
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The Baron Cadogan CavershamStart at the The Baron Cadogan. 22-24 Prospect St, RG4 8JG
There is a large public car park behind the Baron Cadogan. A smaller than average Wetherspoon pub with a regular crowd of locals. Ales are well kept and the food is good. A little tired looking with slashed seats and a refurb is overdue. Abbot Ale, Cadogan Gold, Ruddles best, Binghams Ales and other guests.
Caversham Park is the site of the castle which later became the 'seat' of William Cadogan, Commander-in-Chief of the British Army. His titles included Viscount Caversham and Baron Cadogan of Reading. Free Wifi
Mon - Thu: 8am to 11pm. Fri - Sat: 8am to 12am  Sun: 8am to 10.30pm

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Turn right out of the front of the pub and at the junction cross into Gosbrook Road. The Clifton Arms is a little way up on your left.

The Clifton Arms

Clifton Arms Caversham

12 Gosbrook Rd, Caversham, RG4 8BS Open all day from 11am. Noon Sundays
Traditional locals pub with well kept Brakspears ales. Best Cellar award 2013.
Brakspears Bitter, Oxford Gold, Clifton Pride.
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Continue left out of the Clifton to the Fox and Hounds across the road on your right.

The Fox and Hounds

Fox and Hounds Caversham

51 Gosbrook Road  RG4 8BN
Open 12-Midnight Mon-Sat; 12-11 Sun
An ever-changing range of eight real ales from microbreweries is available alongside four real ciders and perries, often from local producers.
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Cross the road into Westfield Road and walk to the top. You will see the Prince of Wales across the road to your left.

Prince of Wales CavershamNext is The Prince of Wales
76 Prospect St, Caversham, Reading RG4 8JN  Open all day from noon.
Food 12-8 Mon-Sat; 12.30-7 Sun
Lovely pub with a pool room and Beer Garden at the back. Ringwood 49er, Boon Doggle, Brakspears Bitter. Free Wifi
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Head  down the hill passing the Baron Cadogan and at the roundabout turn right into Church Street to eventually turn right into Church Road. The Griffin will be on the left.

The Griffin

Griffin, Caversham

10-12 Church Rd,  RG4 7AD  Open from 11am daily, noon Sundays
Good civilised place to eat, popular with couples and with an outdoor area and car park near the river. Courage Best, Courage Directors, Old Speckled Hen.Free Wifi.

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Friendly pub, great waiting staff couldn't be more helpful. Nice atmosphere and good varied menu at reasonable prices. Loved the Jazz. Wish there was more as this pub was previously known for its jazz and could do with a website with details of what is on.  Les-Anne 15th Aug 2015 Score 9/10
Retrace your steps to Church street and turn right to soon see the Crown on the Bridge on your left.

Crown on the Bridge Caversham

The Crown on the Bridge
3 Bridge Street, RG4 8AA.  Open all day from noon.
12-11 Mon-Sat; 12-10.30 Sun
Nice pub with a pool table at the rear.
 Bombardier, Doom Bar, Young's Bitter.

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Buses to and from reading stop outside the pub.

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