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The Bull Inn Streatley

3 Self rated

Streatley, ,, Reading, RG8 9JJ

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About the hotel

Welcome to The Bull a Streatley. The Bull is a beautiful 15th Century Coaching Inn set at the heart of the village of Streatley. Made famous as one of the stops in Jerome K Jerome's book '3 Men in a Boat' the pub has been delighting locals and visitors the area ever since.

Famous for a great selection of cask ale, brilliant pub food and friendly staff the Bull is a must visit for anyone in the area. The Bull also has 6 letting rooms and these are popular with visitors the area and especially those attempting the Ridgeway Walk. Please call for more details or to book. We hope to see you soon at The Bull Streatley.

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Showing Friday 28 October 2016 to Saturday 29 October 2016

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Car parking available onsite
Restaurant, Bar
Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas

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Max Child Age
Up to 12 years old
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The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
Pets are not allowed

Customer Reviews

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All reviews (5)

40% would recommend it to a friend


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  • A Beard

  • October 2016


Beautiful building full of character in pretty village BUT such a disappointing stay.

Arrived approx 9pm no reception area so reported to bar staff three of which didn't have a clue as to how to check us in on the computer. Eventually after at least 15 mins another member came along and 'sorted' the problem - it seemed they knew we were due but couldn't find which number room we were booked into.Eventually we we were guided to our room in a pretty row of cottage type rooms. The room, bedding and bathroom were lovely. However we noticed there were no pillowcases on the pillows so my friend returned to the bar where a female member of staff appeared to have problems finding any. She returned shortly with two pillows which I assume came from a nearby vacant room and was most apologetic. We then noticed the tv remote control was nowhere to be found so off my friend went again back to the pub bar returning with the barman who was holding three different ones saying that the remote control for our TV had been stolen. Of course none of the three controllers worked so he proceeded to show us where we could 'feel' for the control buttons down the side which later my friend and I had to use the torch on our iPhone to see which button was which. We did however have a comfortable night's sleep in two lovely cosy beds.Come time for breakfast we walked into the main bar where there was no one to be seen, no tables laid for breakfast (we assumed we were the only guests at this time). There was one young lady in a back room hoovering and who did attend to us and asked what we wanted to eat.. We ordered coffee, full English toast and jam but were told there was no jam or marmalade available, only butter. The coffee from the machine was very strong and bitter so we asked if we could have more hot water and some more milk cartons. In spite of these additions we were unable to drink the coffee - obviously the girl hadn't been shown how to make a reasonable cup of coffee from the machine. She was a sweet pleasant girl and she obviously had done her best hence we left her a tip. When it came to checking out once again not a sign of any member of staff. We called and called and eventually a man appeared who told us that the manageress/owner was not available as she had gone to a wedding. He asked us if we could pay the bill with cash as he did not know how to use the card machine. We said 'no' . Fortunately between us we were able to use it and payment was made successfully. It turned out he was the chef!. During this time there was a continual beeping sound coming from a back room which neither staff knew how to stop which was very irritating while we ate breakfast.

All in all not the most brilliant of stays and sadly the Bull needs many improvements made all round if it is going to continue as a B&B. I would not recommend the Bull to anyone unless they are willing to experience a Faulty Towers stay!!

  • P Hayes

  • July 2016

The Bull Inn Streatley

Great staff, beer garden and accomodation.

Would stay again in. And will

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