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  • Name: Full Quart Location: Weston super Mare The Full Quart is a family friendly pub in the village of Hewish, close to Weston-Super-Mare. We are easily accessible being only minutes off the M5 and have a large, free car park. read more
  • The White Lion - Name: The White Lion Location: Weston super Mare The White Lion is a busy traditional town centre pub in Weston Super Mare.

    An ideal venue to meet up with friends and enjoy a meal and a pint or glass of wine.

    With friendly helpful staff this is a great pub where you can relax and have fun.
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  • Fleur De Lis - Name: Fleur De Lis Location: Avon Newly refurbished inside and out to exceptionally high standard. open from 10.am daily until 11.pm. food served throughout, breakfast 10.am- 12.noon, then bar food and restaurant meals 12.noon - 9.pm. Carvery is every Sunday,, 12.noon - 7.pm, senior citizen lunches, live entertainment every Friday evening. whole pub available to hire for private functions, read more
  • Red Lion - Name: Red Lion Location: Bristol The Red Lion at Paulton gives a friendly welcome and excellent service.
    A good meeting place to enjoy a pint of real ale.

    We look forward to your visit.
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  • Courtfield Arms - Name: Courtfield Arms Location: Lydbrook Welcome to the Courtfield Arms in Lydbrook where you will find great Beer, home cooked food and a friendly welcome.
    We have a couple of letting rooms @ £65.00 a night including breakfast and can host functions so if you want to know more details please feel free to get in touch.
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  • The Gardeners Arms - 16th Century Name: The Gardeners Arms Location: Tewkesbury Well known locally for our simple home cooked food, we offer meals to suit all tastes. We use only the freshest ingredients, including fish and local game. We welcome groups of all sizes and are happy to host functions for special occasions. Real ales and cider are always on tap, including guest drinks which are always popular. Our rural location makes us the perfect venue for walkers or indeed anyone who enjoys the countryside. We offer a warm welcome to all members of the family including read more
  • Bell Inn - Name: Bell Inn Location: Rye Dating back in some parts to the 11th Century, we are a traditional free house serving fine ales and food. We also have two bed and breakfast rooms set aside from the main pub with ample parking space. Our restaurant provides lunches and dinners using local and seasonal produce to a high standard.
    As a dog friendly pub, we welcome our four-legged friends into the bar and garden area.
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  • The Dundas Arms - Dundas Arms Name: The Dundas Arms Location: Hungerford Just outside the front door of this historic inn runs the 87-mile Kennet and Avon Canal which, having been derelict for about 40 years, is now one of the south's most popular waterways - ideal for walking, fishing and studying wildlife.
    The pub is on one of the loveliest stretches of the canal so take a stroll along the towpath before heading for the pub, named after the first chairman of the canal company. Both a well-established village local and a country pub/restaurant of distinction, the D
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  • The George Hotel - The George Hatherleigh Name: The George Hotel Location: Okehampton The George is located in Devon’s smallest town, Hatherleigh approximately 8 miles from Okehampton.The pub is famous for its lively and welcoming atmosphere, and provides the highest standards of freshly cooked food, drink and effortless service. Soft modern furnishings complement the traditional and historic building features, creating a warm, inviting feel. A pub with pub values offered with style, charisma and personality. Our menu is a mix of great pub classics and modern English dishes, wi read more
  • The Blackwood Arms Country Pub - The Blackwood Arms Country Pub Name: The Blackwood Arms Country Pub Location: Slough The Blackwood Arms is a traditional English Country Pub. The pub is situated on the edge of Burnham Beeches - an historical woodland.

    As a pub in Burnham Beeches we appeal to walkers, ramblers, cyclists and horse riders. The pub itself sits directly on the Beeches Way and is part of a circular walk taking in the best aspects of the Beeches.

    The pub is famous for its fine selection of real ales and good traditional English pub food. The pub is very welocming and cosy with an all year roun
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