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The Little Black Book: Event Space

  • The Boatman windsor's onlt riverside pun in shadow of Windsor Castle by Rover Thames

    The Boatman Windsor

    Muddy says: The only riverside pub in Windsor and in the shadow of the Queen's des res. It's the perfect spot for sun seekers and royal watchers.

  • Rustic teepee wedding with wooden chair, trestle tables and hanging greenery – Birch Associates Events

    Birch Associates Events

    Muddy says: Planning a party? Raise a glass to the clever folk at Birch Associates Events. Their can-do attitude and bespoke service make for a fuss free, fun filled do.

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

    The Newbury Pub

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

  • Stunning riverside location of the Swan at Streatley boutique hotel Berkshire with historic steamer boat

    Swan At Streatley

    Muddy says: A riverside boutique hotel in Streatley with a grown-up vibe, fab gym and cracking coffee – respect! Dog-friendly rooms available too.

  • Redcrest Events

    Muddy says: Save your carpets and take your do outside. Redcrest Events provide beautiful marquees, handprinted linings and no-hassle organisation.

  • Silchester House

    Muddy says: Silchester House on the Berkshire-Hampshire border is a bucolic bolthole that ticks all the 'I do' boxes – relaxed, romantic and ready to party. All the ingredients for a top notch wedding.

  • Boulters Restaurant and Bar

    Muddy says: If you're looking for total escapism, head to Boulters in Maidenhead and watch the watery world go by. Drink in the river view and enjoy pub classics or modern British food.

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