Did you and your loved one first lock eyes over a lager? Or was it Prosecco that fuelled your passion?
The ‘Brakspear Pub Love’ competition, running until Valentine’s Day, celebrates the pub’s role in bringing couples together. To be in with a chance of winning a prize, customers simply have to share their pub romance by email or social media. Winners will be selected at random to win one of the prizes, to be enjoyed on or around Valentine’s Day in the pub where they first met.
To find out more visit http://blog.useyourlocal.com/2018/02/love-at-first-pint/
The Barleycorn Inn has been under new family ownership since November 2015, offering a new look, a great food menu, and five pleasantly furnished modern en-suite letting rooms, in a delightful rural setting in Wiltshire.
Friendly, lovely food and nice pool table
Loved it :)
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A 15th Century former coaching inn, bursting with character and charm; the general decor boasts a wealth of beams, cosy corners, amusing pictures and odd levels
The Bull and Butcher is a quintessentially English pub, nestled between the Chiltern Hills, in the quaint village of Turville in the Hambleden Valley, 6 miles from Henley-On-Thames.