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  • Name: The Six Bells Inn Location: Honiton The Six Bells Inn was built in the 17th century and was once know as "The Church House".
    It is a family friendly free house providing home cooked food using local producers including the family farm and serves good real ale.
    Food is served Monday to Saturday evenings and Tuesday to Sunday lunchtimes.
    Well behaved dogs are welcomed in the public bar.
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  • The Queens Head - Name: The Queens Head Location: Oxford Lovely village pub, with 3 letting rooms, restaurant, child's play area, pool, darts, aunt sally, real ales from our local brewery, very friendly service, 3 AA Stars! read more
  • The Gamekeeper's Inn - The Gamekeeper's Inn Name: The Gamekeeper's Inn Location: Skipton A former Gamekeeper's Cottage, The Gamekeeper's Inn has recently been fully refurbished and our friendly team are waiting to welcome you whether you are popping in for a beer or fancy staying for bed and breakfast. We serve freshly prepared homemade food using local ingredients daily 12 noon to 2pm and 6pm until 9pm. The bar is open daily 12 noon to 11pm. We serve a range of cask conditioned ales, a full range of wines, spirits and malt whiskies all for you to enjoy in the comfort of the bar, by read more
  • Name: White Horse Location: Romford   read more
  • The Stag - The Stag Chorleywood Name: The Stag Location: Hertfordshire Friendly gastro pub located in the village of Chorleywood, recently under new management. New menu launched June 2014. read more
  • The Wheatsheaf - The Wheatsheaf, Thornbury in her summer outfit! Name: The Wheatsheaf Location: Gloucestershire Traditional public house, with two bars, skittle alley, games room and beer garden. Serving good homemade food and quality real ales, and traditional ciders. read more
  • The Booth Hall Hereford - The Booth Hall Hereford Pub Name: The Booth Hall Hereford Location: Hereford & Worcester Built at the end of the 14th century and part of Hereford heritage, The Booth Hall Pub in Hereford has beautifully carved wooden features and fine hammer beam roof.

    Whilst all these stunning features have been kept, The Booth has had a full restaurant refurbishment. It has been decorated with furniture specifically designed to complement the age and history of the building.

    As one of the most popular pubs in Hereford, the fresh design gives a modern contemporary feel to The Booth Hall maki
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  • Ring O Bells - wine Name: Ring O Bells Location: Barnstaple Enjoy a traditional sunday roast in this lovely old pub. Choice of beef, lamb or pork served with fresh local vegetables and all the trimmings, vegetarian options. read more
  • The Bull Inn Wargrave - 16th Century former Coaching Inn Name: The Bull Inn Wargrave Location: Berkshire The Bull in Wargrave-Pub,Accommodation,Food,Wi-Fi,Garden.On the Wargrave road between Twyford & Henley On Thames.

    Situated in the lovely village of Wargrave, at the confluence of the River Loddon and River Thames,The Bull Inn is a 15th Century coaching inn which retains all the charm of its long history and an ideal country pub for a drink either in front of the Inglenook fireplace or the pretty walled garden. If you want enjoy the local historic area or simply fed up with chain hotels t
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  • The Flowing Well - The Flowing Well Name: The Flowing Well Location: Abingdon The ‘Flowing Well’ is situated in the attractive and historic former Berkshire village of Sunningwell, occupying an enviable rural setting in a shallow valley where there are particularly fine views from the new terrace over the extensively wooded slopes of Boars Hill.

    One may be forgiven for thinking that the name of the pub relates to its thriving drinks trade in past years: appropriate as that assumption may be, the name in fact derives from the constantly-flowing warm spring that feed
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