Many bars and pubs have reopened already but some establishments have spared punters from freezing outside in the cold due to having no outdoor space.

If you're planning a trip down to your favourite watering hole then you may want to check to see if it's open first.

We have rounded up five bars/pubs which will be reopening their doors in May.

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King's Head, Lower Cippenham Lane, Slough

The King's Head is reopening on May 17.

The pub's website said: "You’ve spent most of 2021 going for a “nice walk”, drinking warmish wine you forgot to chill and re-watching Line of Duty, BUT not for much longer."

For customers who can't wait until then, they can buy some beer from the Online Beer Shop.

The Moon and Spoon, High Street, Slough

Royal Borough Observer:

This pub part of the Wetherspoons chain didn't reopen its doors on April 12. 

Despite having outdoor seating, it is anticipated to open on May 17 when people are allowed to sit indoors again.

The Queen Charlotte, Windsor

Royal Borough Observer:

This pub in the heart of Windsor town will be flinging its doors open again on May 17.

They specialise in gins and delicious food including meat platters, pies and skewers and warm sourdough bread for starters.

Pond House, Maidenhead

Royal Borough Observer:

Similar to the Kings Head, the Pond House on the Bath Road will be welcoming back guests on May 17.

They have plenty of seating outside facing the sunshine, perfect as we approach suimmer.

The Royal Windsor, Datchet Road

Royal Borough Observer:

The website says: "Our doors are temporarily closed but we hope to welcome you back soon. Please watch this space for updates! Team Royal Windsor"

As always, check online on May 17 to see if they have reopened before booking.