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Welcoming you to the wonderful Berkshire countryside is The Hind's Head - a beautifully restored 15th Century coaching inn in Aldermaston. With fresh food, real ales on tap and 15 superb bedrooms, the pub promises a great place to dine, drink and stay.
All reviewswasing parkthe pubwhilst attending a weddingwedding venuepre weddingnearby weddingfresh milkpiewedding guestsevening meallovely roommain buildingfull englishcooked breakfastwould stay againtea and coffeestayed here for one night
Stayed just 1 night recently. Close ( 1.2 miles) walk from boatyard if out on boat for day/ few days.
Everything here was just right. Friendly & efficient welcome and service throughout. We went for" Indulgent "Room, just £13 more than "Comfy." Room 12 was...More
A beautiful building in a lovely setting. We were meeting friends for dinner and had booked a stay here as well. It is a really excellent place to stay. The location is great and there are a number of walks to do locally. For me...More
Response from LeighHindsHead, General Manager at The Hind's HeadResponded 16 March 2018
Thank you for your lovely review, I'm really glad you appreciated our "sink-into-fluffy-great-sleep" beds and our lovely breakfast and I will pass you kind comments onto the team.
We look forward to welcoming you back in the summer, the walks around here are...More
Celebratory birthday meal. Excellent service and food with attention being given to special dietary needs. Thank you Leigh, Amy and crew for making this evening very special for me. A truly enjoyable experience.
First class room, booked a deluxe double room.
The bed was amazing, comfort beyond belief.
Spotless room throughout.
Good choices for breakfast
Superb shower with toiletries, if I was down here again I would definitely come here.
Pleasant staff, good beer, nice gardens with outside seating front and rear. Lovely olde worlde feel to this place,particularly taken with the wooden floors. Nice to have Sunday papers provided free. Only drawback was being put in an attic room at the top of the...More
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