An eclectic mix of unique and beautiful pubs, known for the hallmarks of outstanding hospitality; great fresh food, gorgeous interiors taking the pubs back to their roots, and a passionate team running each one.
We are dedicated to giving our guests a ‘compelling reason to visit and a compelling reason to return’.
All are different, but each of our pubs have an overriding sense of ‘community first’, led by a landlord/landlady who is the face of the pub.
When you dine at one of our pubs you can look forward to delicious, fresh seasonal food, tasty British classics, grills and grazing plates, all cooked to order by our talented team of chefs.
We have well stocked bars including traditional British ales, craft beers, cocktails, crisp whites and velvety reds to pair with your meal plus great bar chat from our welcoming team too.
Whether it’s that special birthday, private dining with friends, a baby shower or christening, a wake or wedding we’re here to help.
We’ve got spaces that are perfect for business meetings and corporate events too.
The White Horse near Southill and Walter Arms near Basingstoke both have stunning function rooms for up to 100 guests with their own bars, perfect for wedding receptions, and the Crown and Treaty in Uxbridge has two historic rooms licenced for civil ceremonies and a stunning garden bar perfect for up to 50 guests.
All have well stocked private bars, space to dance the night away and your choice of dining option including à la carte and buffets.
It’s your day, so you tell us what you’d like and our team will tailor-make it for you.
Old Spot have two historic grade II listed coaching inns, both sitting within the beautiful Chilterns,.
The fourteenth century Greyhound Inn, in Chalfont St Peter and the eighteenth century Miller of Mansfield in stunning Goring-on-Thames.
Both with cosy boutique bedrooms that are full of character and create a home from home.
The Greyhound is just a stones throw from Heathrow airport and the Miller of Mansfield is just 13 minutes on the train from Reading and just off the Thames path.