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The John O'Gaunt Inn, Hungerford - pub details

John O'Gaunt Inn
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Address: 21 Bridge Street, Hungerford, Berkshire, RG17 0EG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30383) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hungerford (0.2 miles), Kintbury (3.3 miles), Bedwyn (4.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.4/10 (rated by 16 users)
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Certainly plenty of diners today so we sat on our own in the beer garden which at least had a bit of greenery and didn't seem quite as close to the High Street as it actually is. Had it not been for the garden, then I think we would have been limited to a few bar stools. I was rather impressed by the range of ales - Two Cocks Brewery's 1643 Cavalier, Milk Street's Funky Monkey, Reedley Hallows' New Laund Dark, Loddon's Flight of Fancy, Great Oakley's Tiffield Thunderbolt and London Fields' Love Not War (my choice and which tasted like it was being poured straight from the wood - beautiful). Draught Leffe, a wheat beer and 4 real ciders were also available so good marks overall from me (perhaps we were lucky being able to sit outside).
paul_d102 - 24 May 2014 23:36
Sort of agree with the last post. More a restaurant than a pub - very bright but has little atmosphere. 6 handpumps with 4 beers on yesterday, something from 2 Cocks Brewery, Hop Back and 2 others. Quality not much cop. Not busy on a Wednesday afternoon.
cheshirecat - 8 Aug 2013 11:37
Probably a good pub, but I can't say, as I popped in here at lunchtime on a Bank Holiday... and popped straight out again. The place was very busy - in contrast to all the other pubs in Hungerford - and the selection of ales was impressive, but it's an over-lit restaurant with seemingly almost nowhere to drink unless you're dining at one of the large tables or in the overcrowded seats outside. The lighting was a bit incongruous in a building as old as this. Food looked and smelled excellent... but the scent of smoked halibut doesn't do a lot for one's appreciation of a pint of ale.
MarlingSnallard - 6 May 2013 22:58
A good old pub, good ale, warm welcome, a favourite
JJStanners - 18 Dec 2012 09:43
Don't be fooled by peeling paint outside because this is a great pub, Good beer (lots of choice) and well priced well cooked food. We (group of cyclists) were made very welcome. This pub was recommeded by a local and we were not disapointed.
AJM - 3 Dec 2011 21:34

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