The Hinds Head, Bray, is a listed 15th-century building, in the style of ‘a local village pub’. As Michelin Pub of The Year 2011 and gaining a Michelin Star for 2013, I’m sure it’s fabulous; with the high standard of cooking you’d expect from Heston Blumenthal. Unfortunately there is no disabled toilet ‘due to lack of space’. There is access and there are tables available for wheelchair users on the ground level.
The Crown At Bray used to be my local when I worked in Maidenhead and many a bottle of Champagne was downed there!! It is also owned by Heston and is designed to be ‘the intimate, local feel of a well used pub, whilst serving excellent food’. There is access to he pub,courtyard and garden but due to lack of space, no disabled toilet.
I am going to try them both as I’m sure they have an abundance of ‘style’ but I despair as I won’t be able to drink too much as there appears to be a ban on disabled toilets in Bray.
Both get a disappointing, provisional 2 BBS Ticks.