Wallingford Accommodation

Wallingford Accommodation and Other Services

RambleFest lists details of Wallingford accommodation and other services, including contact info, and website and location links.
Wallingford is 76¾ miles along the Thames Path from its source, and is 1¼ miles off the Ridgeway. Wallingford map
Although Wallingford and Crowmarsh Gifford are the same mileage along the Thames Path, Wallingford is on the west side of the Thames, and Crowmarsh Gifford is on the east. Wallingford is much larger, but Crowmarsh Gifford has camping sites.

Wallingford Accommodation

We have allocated each Wallingford accommodation a type, e.g. B&B, Guest House, Hotel, Inn, Hostel, Self catering, etc.

The Coachmakers Arms
37 St Marys Street, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 0EU
Tel: 01491 838229
Website
Map Location
Type: Inn accommodation and restaurant
Info: 300 metres from the Thames Path. Real ale.
“This unique building, one of the oldest in town, has been a pub for nearly two centuries. But today, it’s much more than a popular, local hostelry. With a small dining room serving excellent food and three en-suite letting rooms, the Coachmakers is popular with both locals and visitors alike. It is located close to the centre of town, just 300 metres from the Thames Path.
We do not provide breakfast but there are a number of options locally, all within walking distance. Dogs with well behaved owners are welcome, although we do charge an extra £10 to cover the cost of cleaning.”

The George Hotel
High Street, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 0BS
Tel: 01491 836665
Website
Map Location
Type: Hotel accommodation, Restaurant and Bar
Info: Just a few minutes’ walk from the Thames Path
“The George Hotel, a 16th Century Coaching Inn, is set in the very centre of this pretty, historic market town.
The ancient beams, log fire and friendly banter lend a warm and welcoming air to the Tavern Bar, our ever popular “local” where real ales and good beers accompany a range of traditional hot and cold Pub Meals.
The Courtyard dominates the centre of the building and provides a perfect sun trap for outdoor socialising, eating and drinking.”

The Old School House
23 Castle Street, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 8DW
Tel: 01491 839571
Website
Map Location
Type: Bed & Breakfast accommodation
Info: ½ mile off the Thames Path
“The property is a converted Victorian school house which has been renovated to a very high standard and is set in the grounds of a large, beautiful and well maintained garden. Offers two double rooms available for bed and breakfast. One en-suite and the other with a private bathroom. Both provide spacious and comfortable accommodation situated just 300 metres from Wallingford town centre, Oxfordshire.”

The Town Arms House
High Street, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 0BL
Tel: 01491 599105 or 07818 680812
Website
Map Location
Type: Inn accommodation
Info: Just yards off the Thames Path. Real ale. Food served.
“Traditional pub serving real ales, lagers, ciders, wines and pub grub. Situated near to the picturesque Wallingford bridge, and with easy access to take a stroll to Wallingford market square or along the banks of the River Thames. Alternatively you can enjoy a drink in the beer garden and take the weight off your feet.
Families, children and dogs welcome. We offer BT and Sky Sports on TV, pool, and darts.
Following the refurbishment in 2016 the pub now has 4 rooms available on a room only or bed and breakfast basis. All rooms are en-suite with showers. There are 3 spacious doubles and 1 family room with a kingsize bed and bed settee.
We also regularly have guest ales from various breweries for you to sample at your leisure and always welcome suggestions from customers.”

Pubs and Bars

Wherever possible, we mention pubs serving food and/or real ale

The Coach & Horses
12 Kinecroft, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 0DT
Tel: 7488914003
Website
Map Location
Type: Pub
Info: Real ale; food served
“A delightfully quaint traditional English pub in the heart of Wallingford, The Coach and Horses enjoys a reputation for excellent home-cooked pub food, great real ales and a welcome almost as warm as our roaring real fire!”

The Coachmakers Arms
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Crosskeys
47 High Street, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 0DB
Website
Map Location
Type: Pub
Info: Real ale pub (Brakspear)

The Dolphin
2 St Marys Street, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 0EL
Tel: 01491 837377
Website
Map Location
Type: Pub
Info: Food served. Real ale.
“We are a family friendly, traditional pub located in the heart of Wallingford, Oxfordshire. We offer a great pub menu with lots of classic favourites at fantastic value for money prices, all freshly prepared to your individual order!  Every Sunday from 12:30-2pm we serve a family friendly Sunday Lunch, with good sized plated roasts and other choices available too.
There is always a great selection of cask ales including Morland Original and old Speckled Hen, Greene King IPA and our own house ale The Dolly. We also have Kronenbourg, Fosters and Stella on tap plus a selection of fine wines and a great range of gins. We love live sports and have Sky Sports and BT Sports on 2 large screen TV’s.”

The George Hotel
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The Old Post Office
12 St Martins Street, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 0AD
Tel: 01491 836068
Website
Map Location
Type: Bar and Restaurant
Info: “Overlooking Wallingford’s market square, the Grade II listed building in St Martin’s Street that was once home to the town’s prominent post office, first re-opened its doors as an Oakman Inn in 2009. In addition to bearing the same name, The Old Post Office features many of the original elements, including the Victorian counter, and the traditional red post box situated in our front courtyard.
Open daily from 8am, we serve locally and regionally sourced food with a Mediterranean influence in our large, elegant open plan dining room. Guests can watch as our chefs prepare our extensive and varied menu in our open kitchen, which at its heart features a charcoal-fuelled Josper grill and wood-fired pizza oven.”

The Town Arms House
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Beer in the Evening pages for Wallingford

Public Transport

Rail
The Cholsey and Wallingford Railway is a two and a half mile branchline that links Wallingford with the Great Western mainline at Cholsey.
The trains are either steam or diesel, and the service is limited.

Click here for the location of the rail station [MAP]

Click on the Cholsey and Wallingford Railway website for information:
www.cholsey-wallingford-railway.com/

For information on main line trains at the Cholsey end of the branchline, click here:
www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/CHO.html

Bus Services
There is a bus link to/from Reading. The bus service also stops at
Watlington, Lewknor and Crowmarsh Gifford.

Reading Rail Station
The rail station is located in
Station Approach, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 1LZ [map]
For Reading station and train information, click here:
www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/RDG.html

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