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  • New Inn - New Inn Name: New Inn Location: Hereford A superb example of a traditional coaching inn. Both the lounge bar and restaurant are enhanced with huge inglenook fireplaces which crackle to the sound of burning logs all winter.

    Recently refurbished but retaining a mixture of furnishings from settles to redundant pews, the ambiance is that of a time gone by, a world away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, but with the quality and standard you would come to expect.

    The bar offers a wide range of real ales as well as a fine s
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  • 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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  • Westleigh Inn - Name: Westleigh Inn Location: Bideford Currently undergoing a full refurbishment. 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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  • Travellers Rest - Name: Travellers Rest Location: Derby The Travellers Rest is an old victorian pub with feature fireplaces in the lounge and bar creating a relaxed warm freindly atmosphere. The Travs' has it's own car park with a large public overflow car park adjacent to Draycott International Table Tennis Center. Draycott is situated between J24 & 25 of the M1; has it's own art gallery in the form of the Beetroot Gallery, is on one the center of the national cycling routes. The Travs' is on the main road in Draycott and has the Nottingham bound Ra read more
  • 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
  • The Falcon Inn - Name: The Falcon Inn Location: St Mawgan Cornwall Situated in the unspoilt Valley of Lanherne lies the village of St Mawgan where you will find the 16th century public house, The Falcon Inn.
    Here we offer a warm and friendly atmosphere, coupled with a reputation for serving good food and wines, local real ales and 10 Malt Whisky's.
    We also have a large award winning garden with a wishing well and a magnificent 100 year old Magnolia tree. ideal for long, lazy lunchtimes to enjoy one of our meals or have a glass of wine, or during the winter mo
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  • Oliver Cromwell - Name: Oliver Cromwell Location: St.Ives The Oliver Cromwell is a traditional local public house in the centre of St Ives and is a hidden gem to be found in a side street just of the water front.
    You will always be assured of a warm and very friendly welcome. There are two bars serving 6 real ales and a good selection of wines and a lovely patio area for the Summer months.
    Excellent bar meals are served every lunch time with three roasts available on Sundays using locally sourced fresh ingredients.

    This pub comes highly recommende
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  • The Woolpack Inn - Name: The Woolpack Inn Location: Romney Marsh The Woolpack Inn at Brookland near Romney Marsh is a beautiful old inn dating back to the 15th century. This Inn oozes charm and character with exposed beams and an inglenook fireplace. Scott, the landlord and staff extends a warm welcome to all who enter and works on the principle that once visited you will return.

    The chef makes extensive use of local, fresh produce including fish from the local fishermen. The Chef's menu offers a wide variety of home made meals including a specials board f
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