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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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  • 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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  • The Ship Inn - Name: The Ship Inn Location: Chichester The Ship Inn is an attractive village pub situated 150 yards from the shores of Chichester Harbour. Unlike many pubs serving excellent food, The Ship retains all the characteristics of a traditional English Inn, with a convivial and relaxing atmosphere. The large bar area features paneled walls, wooden tables and chairs and comfortable upholstered armchairs in front of an open fire. There is a choice of locally brewed real ales, and an extensive Wine List. The nautical theme includes an interest read more
  • The Boat Inn - Name: The Boat Inn Location: Kidlington Welcome to The Boat Inn at Thrupp

    New owner John and his team offer a warm and friendly welcome to all customers old and new alike.The Boat Inn, set alongside the beautiful Southern Oxford Canal, is a family and dog friendly canal side country pub which has retained it’s traditional character and local appeal.

    Our unique and beautiful setting makes the Boat Inn an ideal watering hole for walkers and hikers to enjoy a tasty meal, a refreshing drink or a comforting warm by our roaring log
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  • Black Horse - black horse Name: Black Horse Location: Skipton The Black Horse is ideally situated in the central market street in Skipton, the Gateway to the Dales. This 15th century pub, now a grade II listed building on the High Street has a traditional interior with oak beams, horse brasses and real ales and offers great service and a friendly welcome.
    They have a large bar and dining area to the rear of the pub, with a heated balcony overlooking the canal. The menu offers a wide choice of snacks & meals and freshly ground coffee served all day 12pm -
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  • Old Scalby Mills - Name: Old Scalby Mills Location: Scarborough The most picturesque hostelry in Scarborough is an old 17th watermill converted into this exclusive pub which is set into the sea wall with the panoramic vista of Scarborough's beautiful North Bay in front and a river running by the side.
    Also been in The Good Beer Guide for last 10 years.
    North Bay ale is made specially for the pub..
    ATM machine
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  • Minerva Hotel - minerva hotel Name: Minerva Hotel Location: Hull The Minerva Hotel in Hull is a 170 year old traditional 3 roomed riverside pub, next to the marina and only � a mile from the City Centre. The pub is unique by having the smallest room in any pub in Britain. We offer our customers fantastic views of the river and many people come here to watch the ships passing by. Our renovated Old Brewhouse offers a new lounge with seating for 40 people. All rooms are available for hire, free of charge. We are famed for our giant haddock, chips and mushy pea read more
  • Norwegian Blue Norwich - norwegian blue Name: Norwegian Blue Norwich Location: Norwich Norwegian Blue is a stylish city bar based in the heart of Norwich's Riverside Leisure Complex. Based over two levels and with a bar on each, the venue is very spacious and open, with a balcony on the first floor overlooking the ground floor and bar.
    We have three outside balconies, all with river views, as well as a large patio area with heaters in case the weather is a little cooler. We are also wheelchair friendly.
    Inside there are comfortable sofas, large seating areas for groups as well a
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