Slough, Windsor & Maidenhead

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale


Lake End Road
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Opening times: 11-11 Mon-Sat; 12-10.30 Sun

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:

The Pineapple is now open after an extended refurbishment. Chrys and Hanna Fisher have opened their second pub in the village of Dorney. The Pineapple, which belongs to Heineken-owned Star Pubs & Bars, has undergone a £550,000 refurbishment having been closed since January. It was due to reopen on Mother’s Day but the lock-down got in the way. The revamp has doubled the internal capacity of the village pub to 75 and created a garden area with seating for 166. Safety measures have meant ten extra staff have been hired to serve and clear tables. Chrys Fisher said: “We now have a more spacious environment that is more comfortable for everyone and provides plenty of socially distanced seating yet keeps the character of this much-loved pub.” The Fishers also operate The Palmers Arms in the village.
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Regular beers: Fuller's London Pride, Sharp's Atlantic

See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.

Star Pubs have spent £550k on a complete refurbishment to include kitchen, toilets and a garden room extension to double the capacity of the pub. The garden is also being revamped. The Pineapple is a Grade II listed 15th Century pub situated close to the Jubilee River just outside the village. There is a secure garden with a decked area for those sunny Summer days. Famed for serving the UK's largest range of sandwiches. The first pineapple grown in England was at nearby Dorney court - hence its name. Sunday roast 12 to when it's all gone! Closed for refurbishment, plan to reopen in Mar 2020