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  • Wheatsheaf - Wheatsheaf Evesham Name: Wheatsheaf Location: Evesham Welcome to The Wheatsheaf at Old Badsey near Evesham.

    The Inn sits at the centre of the village, in the Vale of Evesham, famous for its crops and market gardening. . Dating back to the 17th Century the beautiful historic building which was once a farm and a bakery, is now fully re-furnbished as a welcoming Pub and Restaurant.
    Our restaurant is tastefully furnished in a traditional country style to compliment the Cotswold Stone walls & open beams.
    We also own the other pub in Badsey - The
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  • Crown Inn - crown inn Name: Crown Inn Location: Penzance The Crown Inn is well worth seeking out as its origins are hundreds of years old and it was originally sited on the junction of an old pilgrim's route to nearby St Michael's Mount. This village inn with its fine architectural features and delightful floral displays offers a true Cornish welcome. read more
  • Winterbourne Arms - winterbourne arms Name: Winterbourne Arms Location: Berkshire Whether you want to linger over lunch, dally over dinner or pop in for a quick drink or a snack, the Winterbourne Arms always has a warm welcome.
    This idyllic country pub was formerly known as "The New Inn" but the origins of the building date back over 300 years as a former bakery. Although the building has been refurbished it has retained many of its original features. One can still see where the old bread oven was situated all those years ago.
    We would like you to relax in this charming atm
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  • The Bull at Wargrave - Outside Name: The Bull at Wargrave Location: Henley on Thames The Bull Hotel is a "600 year old former "coaching inn" with tremendous atmosphere and is reputed to be haunted!
    warm friendly welcome greets you when you visit our pub situated in the centre of Wargrave, a "picturesque riverside village".
    The general decor affords a wealth of beams, cosy corners, amusing pictures and odd levels. We have two lounge bars, one of which has a large working inglenook fireplace providing a huge crackling log fire during the winter months, and in addition to the bar
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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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  • 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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  • The Tavern - Name: The Tavern Location: Newquay The Treninnick Tavern pub is just a short walk from the heart of bustling Newquay; The Tavern is a splendid "country inn" that is well worth seeking out. As Advertised in the hidden inns of "Cornwall"

    Dating back to the 16th century, it is only since 1965 that this wonderful old building has been an inn and, for many years, it was a farmhouse. To the front is a beautiful cottage "garden" and "patio area" - an ideal place to soak up the sun - and the mass of colourful flowers in the borders,
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  • 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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