Wokingham.
Wokingham is a small town in the county of Berkshire. I have included all the pubs in Wokingham. Please select the ones that interest you for your visits. Distance 1.4 miles. Walk time 28mins.
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Broad Street TavernStart at the Broad Street Tavern. 29 Broad Street . RG40 1AZ 
Open all day from noon, with good value food, served all day until 9pm (til 5pm Sundays). A lovely multi-roomed pub with a lot of character.
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www.broadstreettavern.co.uk

Turn left out of the Broad Street Tavern and and then turn left again into Rose Street.

You will find the Metropolitan on your left.


Metropolitan

Metropolitan
56 Rose Street RG40 1XU
Traditional two bar Greene king pub.
Open all day from 11am.
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Older type of clientele and homely, friendly sort of place.

https://www.facebook.com/The-Metropolitan-Pub-Wokingham-334432286872/
Turn left out of the pub at the end of the road turn right into Wiltshire road heading towards the Ship Inn in Peach Street.



The ShipNext is The Ship

104 Peach Street RG40 1XH

A large Fullers pub open all day from 11.30. Food is served all day and the pub has free wifi.  A large multi-roomed pub with friendly staff and a happy atmosphere.
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shipwokingham.co.uk

From the Ship Inn continue along Peach Street and turn left when you reach Easthamstead Road. You will see the Victoria on your right


The Victoria

Victoria

1 Easthampstead Road RG40 2EH
A simple locals pub with Sharp's Doom Bar, Timothy Taylor Landlord and paid parking nearby. Wifi available.
Dog Friendly.  12-11 Mon-Sat; 12-10.30 Sun

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Retrace your steps to Peach Street and turn left. You will soon see the Redan across the road on your right.


Redan

The Redan
24 Peach Street RG40 1EG 4-11 Mon-Wed; 4-Midnight Thu; 4-1am Fri; 12-11 Sat; 12-10.30 Sun

This pub is geared more to evening trade and opens Mon-Fri from 4pm and Sat-Sun from noon. Over 21's only. Looks like a lovely traditional pub from the outside but inside it is a top quality cocktail bar. The beer was excellent and the coffee superb.
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http://theredan.bar/

From the Redan continue down Peach Street keeping left to enter the Market Place. You will find the Red Lion on your left.

The Red Lion

Red Lion

25 Market Place RG40 1AP
Brakspear - seasonal, Brakspear Bitter.
The Red Lion is decorated in Thai style and offers an extensive Thai food menu at lunctimes and evenings.
11-3, 5-11 Mon-Thu; 11-1am Fri; 11-Midnight Sat; 11-11 Sun.     Food 11-2.30, 6-11
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http://redlionpadthai.com/

Cross the Market Place to see the Roebuck on the other side.


RoebuckThe Roebuck.

8 Market Place RG40 1AL 11-10.30 Mon-Thu; 11-11 Fri & Sat; 11-10 Sun
1 changing beer.  Pub Garden. An 18th century coaching inn in the heart of Wokingham that retains much of its character - oak beamed ceiling and the old courtyard garden yet with all you would expect from a town-centre pub - two big screen (Sports) Televisions and state of the art audio system. The food is prepared next door in the Sultan Balti Palace specialising in Indian dishes.
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The beer was awful on my visit.

Turn right out of the Roebuck and soon you will reach the entrance to the Plaza on your right, down some steps. Walk on to find the Gig House, a Wetherspoon house.


The Gig House

Gig House
2 The Plaza, Denmark Street. RG40 2LD
Very nice Wetherspoon with their usual large range of ales in good condition
Open all day from 8am, serving food all day. Free wi-fi that was barely working on our visits.
Greene King Abbot, Ruddles - varies, Sharp's Doom Bar, 3 changing beers.
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www.jdwetherspoon.co.uk/home/pubs/the-gig-house

Retrace your steps back to Denmark Street, turn right to see the raglan across the road.



The RaglanNext is The Raglan

30 Denmark Street, RG40 2BB

A large  pub/restaurant  open all day from 11am(Mondays 6pm), Sundays from noon. Food is served Tue-Thur 11.00am - 3.00pm and 6.00pm - 9.30pm, Fri-Sat 11-9pm, Sun noon-6pm and the pub has free wifi. 
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Smart foody pub with only one Greene King ale on, in good condition.

www.greatlittlepub.co.uk

Carry on walking down Denmark Street and cross over to reach the Crispin.


The Crispin

The Crispin

45 Denmark Street. RG40 2AY Open 2-11 Mon-Thu; 12-Midnight Fri & Sat; 12-10.30 Sun
A traditional real ale pub, and one of the oldest pubs in Wokingham.
Food is not currently served but you are welcome to bring in your own food or takeaway or enjoy the range of available bar snacks.
Free wi-fi available and an entertaining web site.

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www.crispinpub.co.uk

Turn right out of the Crispin and cross the road to the Duke's Head.


Dukes Head

The Dukes Head
56 Denmark Street RG40 2BQ
A traditional style pub and hotel. Open all day from noon.  Food closed Mon; 12-8 Tue-Sat; 12-3 Sun. Smart plush decor.
Brakspear Bitter, Wychwood Hobgoblin, 2 changing beers.

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www.dukesheadatwokingham.co.uk

Turn left out of the Duke's Head and turn right at the roundabout down Wellington Road. At the next roundabout turn right into Station Road. You will see the Molly Millar in front of you.


Molly Millar

Molly Millar
59 Station Road. RG40 2AD
Large pub open all day from 11am. Good value pub grub served all day.
Fuller's London Pride, Sharp's Atlantic, Sharp's Doom Bar, 2 changing beers.
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www.thekingsfeast.co.uk/molly-miller


Continue along Station Road to soon reach the Hope and Anchor.



Hope and AnchorNext is The Hope and Anchor

Station Road RG40 2AD   12-11 Mon-Thu; 12-Midnight Fri; 12-1am Sat; 12-10 Sun
Tradition style pub and hotel, known for live music in the evenings. Open all day from noon. Marstons beer range, Hobgoblin, Brakspears etc. Free wi-fi.  Constructed in the 17th Century from former ships' timbers.
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http://hopeanchor.co.uk/

Turn left out of the Hope and Anchor and spot the Queen's Head across the main road, up on the terrace. Cross carefully opposite some steps.


The Queens Head

Queens Head

23 The Terrace. RG40 1BP  open 12-11 Mon-Thu; 12-12.30am Fri & Sat; 12-10.30 Sun
Traditional one roomed Greene King pub that looks like it was originally two rooms. Good atmosphere and better than normal range of beers for Green King. 6 Real Ales
Pub Garden,  Dog Friendly.
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Turn left out of the Queen's Head to return to our starting point, the Broad Street Tavern and Bus Stops.

http://www.queensheadwokingham.co.uk/

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