Barons Pub Company, a successful, award-winning independent pub group, has built a fantastic reputation for excellent food and service since opening its first restaurant in 2000. The company has grown and flourished since then and now has 10 thriving sites located in lovely settings across Surrey and Berkshire.
Menus include a dedicated Veggie & Vegan and NGCI Menu (non gluten containing ingredients) as well as a Children’s Menu – something for all the family! There is a great choice of Buffet Menus for any events that we can help you organise and our Sunday Carvery can be enjoyed at The Cricketers, The Horseshoe and Meade Hall at the Crown & Cushion.
The pub gardens have been transformed with lovely dynamic stretch tents providing cover from the British weather and Garden Pods, with their own heating and lighting, are suitable for up to 6 people. Dogs are very welcome in our pub gardens too.
Remember to download our Barons Order & Pay App from your App store before your visit; you can use the Barons App to book your table, check out our other venues and of course to order your food and drink without the need to queue at the bar or wait for a server.
“Fantastic all round service and the food was excellent. We had afternoon tea, sandwiches, scones, hot pasties and cakes which were delicious. I would highly recommend this establishment for any kind of occasion. ”
“Fantastic Christmas Day lunch: great atmosphere, super attentive staff and unbelievable food. Extensive menu, amazing courses, perfectly cooked. It really is unbeatable in this area, all in a perfect setting. ”
“We had a lovely lunchtime family reunion for the second year running. We booked private dining room which comfortably seated all 19 of us. The service was absolutely excellent. Thank you for another memorable lunch! ”
“Beautifully finished, tastefully decorated and thoughtfully laid out bedroom and en-suite. Quality toiletries. Super shower with plenty of roasting hot water. Delicious evening meal in the restaurant, which was packed with savvy diners! ”