Have you ever had to urge to throw caution to the wind, buy your own pub and turn it into a home away from home?

With many publicans being forced to shut down their pride and joy, it isn’t for the faint of heart. However, this means it’s never been easier to find that charming little inn to make your own.

From traditional English pubs in prominent and busy areas, to backroad boozers, they all have their own individual charm that will have punters flocking.

Here are the five pubs currently for sale across Berkshire.


Reading Chronicle:

This Reading boozer is a great example of a Traditional English Pub in a prominent site along a busy road with an established customer base.

This leasehold property is on the market for £100,000 and includes extensive gardens and an outdoor terrace. The existing trade is £350,000 and according to the listing, it has potential to make more.

The pub comprises of a well furnished lounge bar with a working fireplace and raised seating area, a dedicated dining area, a large lawned garden with a covered seating deck and first floor accommodation for owners.

The accommodation includes 4 good sized rooms and a newly installed bathroom.

The pub also includes a commercial catering kitchen for dining.


Reading Chronicle:

This pub is newly renovated with four bedrooms ready for letting within the Berkshire countryside between Reading and Newbury.

This is a Freehold property on the market for £750,000.

The extensively renovated public house is beamed with a lounge bar, a snug lounge, a conservatory and a function room. 

Twyford, Reading

Reading Chronicle:

This charming village pub exudes a wealth of charm and heavily beamed interior. This is an excellent oppertunity to acquire a business with a solid customer base built in and potential for growth.

The current owners operating hours include evenings and weekends 6 days a week.

For an asking price of £75,000, it is advertised as having good lease terms and sensible rent.

Interior features include a lounge bar, snug lounge, dining areas with feature working fireplaces, comfortably ding around 50 people. It also has a well-equipped commercial catering kitchen and ancillary areas.

Situated on the first floor with accommodation comprising a lounge, kitchen, 3 bedrooms and a bathroom.

Maidenhead, Berkshire 

Reading Chronicle:

This thriving pub is located on a village green in the centre of Holyport between Windsor and Bray on the River Thames.

With net sales per year of around £630,000, this pub is currently run under management and offers considerable potential for hands on operators.

The premises include a well-presented open-plan trading area with high beamed ceilings with room for 50 people. 

The terrace and garden trading areas directly overlook the village green.

The White Hart Inn, Newbury

Reading Chronicle: White Hart Inn, Newbury

This delightful country Inn situated near Newbury is set in a quaint countryside setting.

With nine letting bedrooms and a three-bedroom owners flat this would be the perfect flat to turn into a home-from-home.

The current establishment is currently closed and looking for freehold offers. 






Village position close to Reading and Newbury
Extensively renovated public house
Bar, conservatory, snug and function room (80-90)
Four en suite letting bedrooms
Two bedroom owner/staff accommodation
Part-covered trade garden (100-110)