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The dramatic red private dining room at the Hinds Head Bray

The Hinds Head, Bray

Muddy says: Swap poncey for a cool, quirky dining experience that works for all the family. It can only be the HInd's Head in Bray.

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The Old Boot, Stanford Dingley

Muddy says: A cosy 18th century pub in West Berkshire that has a new lease of life after a stylish refurb. Good pub food, fab garden and a friendly vibe.

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The Dolphin Pub Newbury Berkshire Teal leather banquette, dark blu walls chalk board and vintage stocking props

The Dolphin, Newbury

Muddy says: Shoreditch House meets Miami Beach in Newbury town centre, this pub with stylish mid-century rooms is grown-up, glamorous and fun.

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The Blackbird Banger 19th century red brick country pub rural west berkshrie

The Blackbird, Bagnor

Muddy says: A 17th century inn and foodie destination in the stunning riverside hamlet of Bagnor, run by Tom Aiken's former head chef.

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The Jolly Woodman Burnham Slough 19th century rd brick country pub with floral baskets and beds

The Jolly Woodman, Burnham

Muddy says: Chop chop to this 19th century family friendly pitstop serving cracking pub food with plenty of space for kids (and dogs).

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red brick and flint double fronted Victorian building of Town centre pub the Newbury Berkshire

The Newbury Pub, Newbury

Muddy says: This Muddy Award winner doesn't disappoint, with stylish interiors and foodie credentials – the Michelin inspectors were impressed, and so are we.

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Dog and Duck Emmbrook exterior from garden fairy lights on pergola

The Dog & Duck, Emmbrook

Muddy says: A stylish new refurb of this Wokingham pub takes it into must-try territory for interior nuts and pub grub lovers.

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Bladbone Inn Bucklebury red brick Victorian pub with gold whale bone hanging over door

The Bladebone, Chapel Row

Muddy says: The Muddy Award winner for Best Destination Pub 2017 (Berks) doesn't disappoint, with stylish interiors and seriously good pub grub.

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Bar 56 Wokingham white and grey exterior of Georgian pub

Bar Fifty Six, Wokingham

Muddy says: There are 56 reasons to love Bar Fifty Six in Wokingham and they start and finish with great wine. No Sade, no snobs, just a cool place to hang out.

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