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  • 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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  • Woodman Arms - woodman arms Name: Woodman Arms Location: Littlehampton The social hub of a tiny community not far from the coast, this delightful thatched inn has parts dating back to the 16th century, and beyond the neat little front garden the bar and restaurant are particularly attractive and inviting, with a log-burning stove in the winter months.

    The inn has earned a well-deserved reputation for the quality of its cooking, and the regular menu, supplemented by daily specials, is served every session except Sunday evening. All the pub classics feature on the
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  • The Amberwood Inn - Name: The Amberwood Inn Location: Christchurch The Amberwood is ideally situated just off the A35 at Walkford, nr. Christchurch The Pub is only a short drive away from both the New Forest and the renown Dorset/Hampshire coastline with it's excellent beaches, harbours and views of the Solent and Isle of Wight.
    Gill, John & team offer you a warm welcome in a relaxed, comfortable environment at the former Coach House with it's friendly bar and full table service Restaurant.
    A full range of Badger Real Ales, Lagers, Spirits, Soft Drinks & Beve
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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 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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  • 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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  • Church House Inn - Name: Church House Inn Location: South Brent The Church House Inn is situated in the village of Rattery in the beautiful Devon countryside a few minutes from the A38. The Inn's traditional environement has for centuries invited conversation and hosted an atmosphere of serenity.
    Simply take the Rattery exit off from the A38 midway between Exeter and Plymouth
    Here you will find a broad selection of Food, Ales and Wines served 7 days of the week in the peace & tranquility of 'olde world' charm
    The Church House Inn has a large function roo
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  • Hanover Inn - Name: Hanover Inn Location: Harwich The Hanover Inn is a local fisherman's tavern offering an informal and friendly atmosphere sited in the heart of historic Old Harwich. The Hanover supports local darts, pool and cribbage league teams and hosts the 'Good Hope' R.A.O.B. Lodge (Monday evenings).

    The Hanover is an ideal stopover for ferry and cruise passengers using Harwich International Port, providing comfortable accommodation, a selection of real ales and a rather special breakfast experience.

    Small conferences (up to 25 ca
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