16th November 2015
“This stylish pub-restaurant with rooms is 15 minutes from Highclere Castle, the real Downton Abbey. However, that’s far from the only reason to visit. Run by the restaurateur Joel Cadbury, best known for the pioneering Chelsea gastropub the Admiral Codrington, it has real pedigree. The dining room is just what you want from a a rural pub – all beams, bricks and bare boards – and the menu is equally appealing. There are on-trend items such as a lobster cooked in a charcoal-fired Josper grill, comfort food including a sustainable fish pie, and lots of inventive modern British dishes, including seared Scottish scallops with artichoke puree and crispy pancetta.” This is how The Times described our latest opening in Newbury, in their recent review of the top 25 new restaurants in Britain.
Win a Luxury Getaway
1st November 2015
Win a spectacular winter break at Bel & The Dragon….
This New Year, you and a guest could win a spectacular two night getaway at Bel & The Dragon at The Swan, our latest opening in Kingsclere.
7th October 2015
If you are looking for a quick romantic post-wedding getaway then we have just the package for you. No jet-lag or hefty price tag required…
Bel & The Dragon Guide for the Festive Period
8th September 2015
As the days shorten and the air becomes tinged with a perceptible chill, our thoughts turn to the fast approaching celebrations of Christmas & New Year. Exceptional food, seasonal tipples, Christmas Hideaways & live entertainment on New Year’s Eve are all on the menu at Bel & The Dragon this season. Here is our guide for the festive period…
August Bank Holiday Getaway
6th August 2015
We like to make the most of the bank holiday weekends at Bel & The Dragon and this August we are offering the perfect summer retreat. Our guests will enjoy two nights bed & breakfast, a three-course meal from our Brunch & Weekend Lunch Menu and half a bottle of Champagne Laurent-Perrier upon arrival, all for £300 per couple. Choose to stay at one of our country inns located in the historic villages of Churt, Cookham or Odiham.