The quaint village tucked away in the Berkshire Downs is flanked by trees, foliage, forestry, and some delightful-looking cottages
There’s a tiny village in Berkshire that is most beloved for a restaurant that’s been ranked among one of the best in Berkshire. Peasemore is a quaint village near Newbury that’s most well known for its public house – The Fox at Peasemore.
Tripadvisor rates the pub the best place in Berkshire to go for fish and chips and the reviews don’t lie. One user called Departure428… said it was the “best” fish and chips they had ever tasted, adding that it was “even better than Rick Stein’s chippy in Padstow”.
Overall, the restaurant scores five out of five stars on the website, with customers raving about the amazing food, venue and customer service. This isn’t the only magnificent part of the village, however.
There are many walks to go on including a thirty-minute ramble that takes you past the Fox at Peasemore as well as the church and some gorgeous cottages. Overall, the village is a beautiful and whimsical place to visit.
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