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  • Unicorn Hotel - Name: Unicorn Hotel Location: Somerton The Unicorn Hotel is in a quiet town with quite a historic background, the Unicorn itself is a very old coaching inn with a history. A 16th century building with a fantastic open fire which we light at the start of October and put out the 1st of may. We keep a wonderful selection of wines and great real ales from Youngs of Wandsworth. The food is all freshly prepared by our amazing chef daily, we have a fresh fish board and a specials board which changes daily, we also have a vegetarian selectio read more
  • Lilicos Bistro and Bar - Lilico's Name: Lilicos Bistro and Bar Location: Barnstaple A great place to relax & unwind, Lilico's 1844 is the latest bar in Barnstaple owned by Chris Smith and Wanda Yeo. The concept of a mediterrean tapas bar evolved from their love of food from around the world. The bar which is bright & spacious overlooks the square and longbridge, here you can enjoy a lite brunch, a quick coffee or a leisurely bottle of wine, downstairs is the non smoking restuarant which can easily cater for up to 30 covers.

    The whole premises has been totally refurbished to
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  • Brook Inn - Brook Inn Name: Brook Inn Location: Redditch THE BROOK INN IS CURRENTLY CLOSED read more
  • The Feathers - Outside Name: The Feathers Location: Lichfield   read more
  • The George & Dragon - Name: The George & Dragon Location: Arundel The George & Dragon reputedly one of the oldest pubs in Sussex with parts dating back to the 13th century! It proudly boasts that King Charles II reputedly stopped here in 1651 when fleeing the country after his defeat at the Battle of Worcester.

    "The George & Dragon" has a wealth of charm & character. Nestling amongst the rolling hills of the Sussex Downs the pub garden has some of the most breathtaking views across the countryside.
    However it is conveniently located within easy reach of
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  • Grey Bull - Name: Grey Bull Location: Bishop Auckland SUSPENDED DUE TO NON PAYMENT>

    Open every day from 12 noon, The Grey Bull is already rolling out a community programme, with local sports and quiz nights.


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  • Wheatsheaf - Wheatsheaf Evesham Name: Wheatsheaf Location: Evesham Welcome to The Wheatsheaf at Old Badsey near Evesham.

    The Inn sits at the centre of the village, in the Vale of Evesham, famous for its crops and market gardening. . Dating back to the 17th Century the beautiful historic building which was once a farm and a bakery, is now fully re-furnbished as a welcoming Pub and Restaurant.
    Our restaurant is tastefully furnished in a traditional country style to compliment the Cotswold Stone walls & open beams.
    We also own the other pub in Badsey - The
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  • St Buryan Inn - Name: St Buryan Inn Location: Penzance The St Buryan Inn lies at the heart of the historic village and parish of St Buryan.
    Offering a variety of excellent Cornish brewed real ales and a fine selection of beers and lagers including Sharps Real Ales, Guiness, Carling and Carlsberg, the St Buryan Inn has something to suit every taste in its comfortable lounge and bar.
    The extensive menu includes a wide range of home cooked food including mouthwatering steaks, salads, suet puddings, sandwiches, burgers and omelettes.
    Daily Specials B
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  • Marleys - Name: Marleys Location: East Yorkshire Traditional and friendly pub owned by Jayne and Tom Moss. Offering draught beers, ciders, Bottles and a large range of Spirits and Top Shelf Whiskeys. read more
  • The Maiden Over - THE MAIDEN OVER Name: The Maiden Over Location: Berkshire The Maiden Over is a privately owned and operated business. we are the new owners October 2010. We pride ourselves on being a friendly community orientated pub.
    We have recently reburbished the front 'public' bar which is now the Rioba Coffee Lounge selling a range of coffee's, teas paninio's and cakes while still offering a full range of beers wines and spirits.

    History
    The pub was built in 1965, and opened by the Engand and Surrey Cricketer Ken Barrington, hence the name 'Maiden Over' an
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