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  • The Mitre Inn  - Name: The Mitre Inn Location: Glastonbury Welcome to The Mitre, Glastonbury
    Located next to St Benedict's Church in Glastonbury, Somerset, you will find the Mitre Inn, which was built in 1680 – although local legend has it that a tavern has been sited here since the sixth century! It is a friendly local pub with regulars who enjoy meeting visitors and making them feel welcome.
    We sell a variety of wines, beers, lagers and ales as well as serving good home-cooked food. We host a variety of weekly events, such as live folk music and w
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  • Watermans Arms - Name: Watermans Arms Location: Totnes Occupying a site recorded in the Doomsday book, The Watermans Arms is a quintessential 17th century inn situated at the head of Bow Creek which is a tributary of the river Dart. Located in the South Hams, an area of outstanding natural beauty, the inn nestles in a picturesque valley where kingfishers can be seen flying up and down the creek.

    Throughout the centuries The Watermans Arms has had a variety of uses. It was once the haunt of the feared press gangs who used to " recruit " unsuspecti
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  • The Vivary Arms - Name: The Vivary Arms Location: Taunton In the Parish of Wilton - once a village - stands the oldest recorded inn in Taunton. The Vivary is only a 5 minute walk from the main shopping centre and just a 2 minute walk to Vivary Park (the town's stunning centrepiece) and Vivary Park Golf Course.
    It maintains the characteristics of a Somerset rural pub, with low-beamed ceilings and a relaxing atmosphere. We offer a wide selection of homemade dishes including fish specialities as well as snacks and serve one of the best Sunday roasts arou
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  • The Tavern - Name: The Tavern Location: Newquay The Treninnick Tavern pub is just a short walk from the heart of bustling Newquay; The Tavern is a splendid "country inn" that is well worth seeking out. As Advertised in the hidden inns of "Cornwall"

    Dating back to the 16th century, it is only since 1965 that this wonderful old building has been an inn and, for many years, it was a farmhouse. To the front is a beautiful cottage "garden" and "patio area" - an ideal place to soak up the sun - and the mass of colourful flowers in the borders,
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  • The Three Tuns Hotel - Name: The Three Tuns Hotel Location: Helston Welcome to The Three Tuns Hotel, St.Keverne. We would like to extend to you the very warmest of Cornish welcome from the owners: Ian & Linsey Mason.

    It is sometimes lively, often informal, but we hope, always friendly and courteous.

    We are situated in the quiet Village of St. Keverne on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall. We have 2 mile coastal access to the Manacles via Porthkerris Dive Centre, which boast some of the best Diving sites in England. There is also 1 mile access to the South W
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  • Blue Anchor - blue anchor Name: Blue Anchor Location: St Columb John and Mary Rickard have managed this charming old Inn for more than 25 years and John has, quite rightly, been awarded all sorts of certificates for his skill and dedication in serving the public. The Inn is a St Austell Brewery pub and the true mark of a top notch landlord is demonstrated by the way John keeps his cellar. I would state that no finer pint of real ale can be found anywhere in Cornwall. Mary's food is a local byword, freshly cooked, beautifully presented and extremely good valu read more
  • Royal Marine - Royal Marine Name: Royal Marine Location: Ilfracombe The Royal Marine overlooks the picturesque bay of Combe Martin and owners Patrica and Mervyn offer a warm and friendly welcome combined with excellent service.

    The cosy bar provides a popular meeting place for visitors and locals alike. You will find a fine selection of real ales, keg beer, stout and an extensive list of wines, spirits and liqueurs.

    The Royal Marine is renowned for fabulous cuisine with a varied, mouth watering menu and specials board sourced from the freshest, local produ
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  • Galleon Inn - galleon inn Name: Galleon Inn Location: Fowey Occupying one of the prime sites in Cornwall, The Galleon a bright, spacious and immaculately appointed riverside village pub is perfectly situated with its own river frontage, affording leafy views of the river estuary, far bank, and passing ships and yachts, creating a wealth of interest for those with time to browse.

    The Galleon history is reputed to be as much as 400 years old and started life as a quayside warehouse before it was operated for many years as a tied house, but since being a
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  • Crooklets Inn - Name: Crooklets Inn Location: Bude The Crooklets Inn is a friendly, family run Public House situated right on the door to the famous Crooklets Beach, with the North Cornwall Golf Course immediately to the left and glorious clifftop walks to the right.
    For lunch and evening meals they offer an interesting and reasonably priced menu which includes delicious home made dishes and daily specials. All of which can be enjoyed in their conservatory. Sunday lunches are a must with bookings essential.
    Also available are ensuite rooms and
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  • George and Dragon - Name: George and Dragon Location: Wrotham The George and Dragon at Wrotham is a husband & wife run traditional village pub over 400 years old that's the pub (not the wife), friendly atmosphere, good selection of beers wines and spirits traditional pub games including bat n trap. Varied menu with restaurant.
    Relax with a pint or refreshing glass of wine in the lovely beer garden during the Summer months. Children and pets are welcome let your Mum and Dad unwind and play in our outdoor play area.
    Enjoy the live music or play a game of p
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