Reading Part 3 West Area
Reading is a large town in the county of Berkshire. Distance 2 miles. Walking time 40 min. Select pictures for a larger view.

Spread EagleSpread Eagle. 117 Norfolk Road . RG30 2EG  This can be reached from the Oxford Road (17 bus ) by walking up Wantage road.
Open all day from noon, with good value food. http://www.gkmeetandeat.co.uk/locations/spread-eagle-reading

A large Greene King corner pub. The pub is quite plush and food is served lunchtime and evenings. Free wifi is available, well behaved children are welcome. The pub is currently up for sale, so please check before traveling to meet there.
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From the Spread Eagle, walk along Norfolk road to Kensington Road, turn right and follow round to turn right up the hill Cranbury Road. Turn Left along Tilehurst Road, over the railway bridge to turn right into Brunswick Street. The Foresters Arms will be on your left.


Foresters Arms

Foresters ARMS
79 Brunswick Street RG1 6NY.
Traditional two bar pub that has recently changed hands so expect anything. Note that the pub does not open until 4pm Mon-Fri, Sat-Sun from noon. Wifi.
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https://www.facebook.com/The-Foresters-Arms-Reading-386592658088607/
Retrace your steps back to the Tilehurst Road, cross over to walk down Brunswick Hill.
Turn right when you reach Argyle road, to reach the Rose and Thistle on your right.



Rose and ThistleNext is The Rose and Thistle

43 Argyle Road RG1 7YL  01189 573851

A large Green King pub open 11-11 Mon-Sat; 10.45-11 Sun. Food is served 12-9 and the pub has free wifi.   http://www.gkmeetandeat.co.uk/locations/rose-and-thistle-reading

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From the Rose and Thistle continue along Argyle road and then Baker street right to the end. Turn left into Russel street and walk down the slope to reach the Nags head on your right.


The Nags Head

The Nags Head

5 Russel Street RG1 7XD
This is a real ale pub, famous in Reading for its range of 12 ales on pump at any time. The ales are presented in order of strength from right to left on the bar. Pub Garden . Parking.
the pub offers food in the form of filled rolls and hot pies, with a Great Roast on Sundays up to 4pm. The pub has free wifi. Click the picture for the gallery and to comment.
http://nagsheadreading.com/

Turn right out of the Nag's Head and walk to the bottom of Russel Street and turn right into the Oxford Road. Turn left at Eaton Place and walk to the  end and the pub is on your left.

The Butler, ReadingNext is The Butler
85-91 Chatham St., RG1 7DS

Open Noon daily. Parking. Dog Friendly
Named after Butler’s Wine Merchants, who operated from these premises many years ago.


http://www.thebutlerreading.co.uk/

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Turn right out of the Butler and walk along Chatham Street to the roundabout. Cross the roundabout into Friar Street and soon turn left into Greyfriars road. The pub is on the end corner, on your left.


The Greyfriar, ReadingNext is The Greyfriar
53 Greyfriars Road  RG1 1PA

Open at 12 noon everyday. Phone 0118 958 0560. Wifi.
Dog Friendly. Food Served Monday - Friday 12-3

Serving an ever changing variety of ales, lager and ciders, well kept and delicious.

http://www.thegreyfriarreading.co.uk/

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Reading Station is just around the corner if you need it.


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