Our pubs are full of character. Each one is different but Peachy in its own way. If you enjoy one of our pubs, do try the others. The menu, the look and the people will be different, but the welcome will be just as warm, and the quality of the food and drink just as high.
Oxfordshire & Berkshire
The Boathouse at Boulters Lock
Situated on our very own island, we’re very fortunate to benefit from Maidenheads finest al fresco dining and drinking spot – even if we do say so ourselves.
The Bear & Ragged Staff
Ancient fireplaces, flagstone floors and mullioned windows with carved lintels, make the bar one of the finest anywhere. A comfortable eatery, conservatory and South-facing terrace. 9 cosy bedrooms with old oak doorways & beamed ceilings.
The James Figg
A proper pub, with a warm fire and large beer garden, in the heart of Thame, a lovely market town.
A sixteenth century building full of character (and stories), the classic English pub in Thame.
Overlooking the expanse of the Church Green, with 10 comfortable en suite bedrooms in the Cotswold town of Witney.
A Victorian hidden gem, set in acres of woodland grounds leading down to the banks of the Seacourt Stream in North Hinksey, Oxford.
The One Elm
A secret courtyard and two floors of booths and comfy armchairs perfect for eating, drinking and socialising, just yards from Shakespeare’s birthplace in Stratford-Upon-Avon.
The Star & Garter
Moments away from the shopping heart of Leamington Spa, a relaxed environment with a large private dining room and terrace.
The Rose & Crown
The original Peach Pub, the perfect place for a spot of lunch on the market place, in the centre of Warwick, with 13 en suite bedrooms.
A modern gastropub in the heart of Kenilworth, between Abbey Fields and the High Street.
The High Field
A beautifully refurbished art deco building in Edgbaston, Birmingham. There are also 12 individually-designed en suite bedrooms next door, at our boutique hotel, The High Field Town House.
The High Field Studio
Located just next door to The High Field, this former architect’s studio has been revamped with a heady mix of brushed gold and teal making it the perfect place for a party, celebration or business meeting.
Buckinghamshire & Bedfordshire
The Black Horse
A blend of traditional and modern with a large beer garden, on the bustling Bedford Street in Woburn.
An attractive Edwardian pub in a lovely village setting, 10 minutes from central Milton Keynes.
Situated on the beautifully-landscaped embankment of the River Great Ouse in Bedford, a late-Victorian building with 20 newly refurbished en suite bedrooms.
The White Horse
Surrounded by a large leafy garden and terrace, a charming mix of old and new in Hatching Green, five minutes from the centre of Harpenden.
Originally built as a hotel in the 1930s, this spacious building (ideal for parties) is at the heart of Brookmans Park village, and a stone’s throw from Hatfield and St Albans.
Hampshire & Surrey
The Duke of Wellington
The Duke of Wellington is an ancient country pub with a striking appearance thanks to Lord Lovelace’s Victorian passion for decorative brickwork. It sits at the top of Ockham Road South by the green.
A fine old country pub, in the lovely village of Eversley Cross, close to Yateley.
The Richard Onslow
A historic building with 10 beautiful bedrooms, sitting right on the High Street in Cranleigh, near Guildford.