Pubs & bars in Park Corner
that have disabled facilities

Trying to find pubs in Park Corner that have disabled facilities? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve got every pub and bar in the UK listed. Whether you’re looking for a pub or bar to play darts, somewhere to play pool or just want to have a look at a menu before you go, we can help.

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  • Nestled in the heart of the pretty village of Nettlebed and close to Henley and Marlow, The White Hart is a stylish and comfortable country inn that dates back to the 14th century and still retains a traditional charm.

  • The Rising Sun is a beautiful 17th Century Pub nestled in a small Chiltern hamlet close to Henley on Thames.

  • 500 year old pub/restaurant/accommodation in Stoke Row. Comfortable, friendly, cosy and welcoming. Fantastic décor, pretty garden. Well kept ales, wines and fresh seasonal monthly menus. Locals, families, dogs, walkers, cyclists, all welcome. Come!

  • King William IV in Ipsden has a beer garden. The pub has a car park, it has disabled facilities. King William IV gives a warm welcome to dogs and their owners. The pub is a family friendly pub, it serves food. King William IV serves real ale. The pub has a real fire, it is a member of Cask Marque.

  • The Red Lion is a family friendly pub located on the road between Reading and Watlington, on Peppard Common. We serve traditional pub food and fine Brakspear beers and we have have a large garden with a children’s play area.

  • Cracking local with friendly, fun atmosphere & great any time of the year. Excellent food every day & simply delicious specials board. This is the kind of pub that will raise the asking price of your house!

  • Sitting next door to the church in the idyllic village of Rotherfield Greys surrounded by rolling hills, striking woodland and muddy fields, The Maltsters Arms is a delightful country pub serving delicious British food in a friendly environment

  • The Queens Head is a Grade II* listed building constructed around 1341, making it the oldest secular building in the village. Standing for almost 700 years, it’s fair to say the building has seen its share of stories…

  • 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.

  • A traditional pub that caters for all the family including our four legged friends. With a great selection of food and drink you are sure to find something that you will enjoy.

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