• Picture of the front of Greyhound
    Greyhound Towcester Road, Milton Malsor, Northamptonshire, NN7 3AP

    The Greyhound is a picture postcard 16th century country inn with extensive tree-lined lawns and terraces in the delightful village of Milton Malsor.

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  • Picture of the front of Britannia
    Britannia Bedford Road, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN4 7AA

    Nestled on the banks of the River Nene in historic Northampton, and less than two miles from the spectacular greenery of Abington Park, The Britannia is a handsome brick-built pub dating back several centuries.

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    Star 33 Luton Road, Chalton, Bedfordshire, LU4 9UJ

    A tranquil spot in beautiful Bedfordshire countryside, The Star is a stone-built pub believed to date to the 15th century, tucked into the scenic village of Chalton, close to Luton and Dunstable.

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  • Picture of the front of Spencer Arms
    Spencer Arms Northampton Road, Chapel Brampton, Northampton, Northampton, NN6 8AE

    A listed former coaching inn set in the small vilage of Chapel Brampton, halfway between Northampton and Market Halborough. The Spencer Arms is steeped in history and serves delicious pub meals and Sunday roasts with fine wines and cask ales.

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  • Picture of the front of Old Mill
    Old Mill Mill Hill, Baginton, Warwickshire, CV8 3AH

    The Old Mill is a charming converted water mill still retaining many of its original features, situated on the River Sowe with a rich and a fascinating history.

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  • Picture of the front of Bear Inn
    Bear Inn Spencers Lane, Berkswell, Coventry, West Midlands, CV7 7BB

    The Bear Inn is a 16th Century pub with a delightful ambience, surrounded by thatched cottages and greenery in pretty Berkswell village.

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  • Picture of the front of Fox & Hounds
    Fox & Hounds Thorpe Road, Longthorpe, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE3 6NB

    Located in the village of Longthorpe just a couple of miles west of Peterborough, the Fox & Hounds recalls the cosy English village pubs of yesteryear with its mock Tudor-style exterior and atmospheric interior.

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  • Picture of the front of White Horse
    White Horse Shere Lane, Shere, Surrey, GU5 9HS

    The White Horse country pub is located in the idyllic Surrey village of Shere and was it a 15th century farmhouse and was once reputedly, a smugglers’ pub.

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    Prince Of Wales 48 West End Lane, Esher, Surrey, KT10 8LA

    Located in the tiny Surrey parish of West End, this 120-year-old pub is full of original features and enjoys an idyllic village setting among leafy streets and charming period homes.

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  • Picture of the front of Ye Olde Windsor Castle
    Ye Olde Windsor Castle 25 Little Bookham Street, Bookham, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT23 3AA

    The Ye Olde Windsor Castle pub in Bookham, Leatherhead is a charming, traditional pub restaurant in a contemporary style, located in Surrey.

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  • Picture of the front of Jovial Sailor
    Jovial Sailor Portsmouth Road, Ripley, Woking, Surrey, GU23 6EZ

    The Jovial Sailor pub is situated on the outskirts of the village of Ripley, Woking has all the character and charm of a traditional English pub.

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  • Picture of the front of Griffin
    Griffin Stamford Road, Bowdon, Cheshire, WA14 2TP

    The Griffin in Bowdon, Cheshire is the quintessential country pub with antique timber beams, log fires and a twist of modern décor it is the perfect place to dine.

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  • Picture of the front of Chequers Inn
    Chequers Inn St. Albans Road, Redbourn, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 7AD

    The Chequers Inn dates back to the 17th century and is a former Choaching Inn, this Grade II Listed is surrounded by the green and pleasant fields of Hertfordshire.

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  • Picture of the front of Cold Harbour
    Cold Harbour Ermin Street, Blunsdon, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN26 8DJ

    This 18th century pub promises atmosphere by the bucketload, with exposed brick, gnarled wood ceiling beams, original fireplaces and multiple cosy candlelit corners where guests can eat and drink in peace.

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  • Picture of the front of Shipley Bridge
    Shipley Bridge Shipley Bridge, Burstow, Horley, Surrey, RH6 9TE

    Flanked by rolling fields, and rural Surrey villages, The Shipley Bridge has been welcoming thirsty patrons through its doors for more than 150 years.

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  • Picture of the front of Yew Tree
    Yew Tree The Causeway, Great Horkesley, Colchester, Essex, CO6 4EG

    Nestled in the small and oh-so-pretty rural village of Great Horkesley, just a few miles from Colchester, the Yew Tree is a true step back in time with its roaring coal fires, cosy dining room and welcoming atmosphere.

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  • Picture of the front of Crown Inn
    Crown Inn Church Road, Penn, Buckinghamshire, HP10 8NY

    In the picturesque village of Penn, surrounded by the beauty and tranquility of the Chiltern Hills, resides a beautiful, 16th century pub restaurant the Crown Inn.

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  • Picture of the front of Old Bell
    Old Bell 68 High Street, Oxted, Surrey, RH8 9LP

    The Old Bell in Oxted offers a warm and cosy atmosphere with great quality pub dishes, served with the occasional twist. We look forward to welcoming you at the Old Bell soon.

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  • Picture of the front of Barley Mow
    Barley Mow Clifton Hampden, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 3EH

    Sitting peacefully in the little country village of Clifton Hampden in Abingdon, the Barley Mow is possibly one of England’s oldest and most extraordinary pubs.

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  • Picture of the front of Swan
    Swan Golborne Road, Winwick, Warrington, Cheshire, WA2 8LF

    The Swan pub restaurant is a splendid example half-timbered Victorian architecture standing at the heart of the historic village of Winwick.

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  • Picture of the front of Smiths Arms
    Smiths Arms Church Row, Beckwithshaw, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG3 1QW

    The Smiths Arms is a charming 18th century country pub with a secluded beer garden that captures the sunshine, and warm, welcoming open fires to stave off the wintry weather.

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  • Picture of the front of Hatch
    Hatch London Road, Old Basing, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 7JL

    The Hatch pub is in the historic village of Old Basing, just a stone’s throw from Basingstoke. It is charming and traditional with just a hint of a modern décor.

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  • Picture of the front of Ye Olde Leathern Bottel
    Ye Olde Leathern Bottel 221 Barkham Road, Barkham, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG41 4BY

    Tucked away in the tranquil Berkshire village of Barkham, Ye Olde Leathern Bottel is a historic pub steeped in character. With crackling log fires, candlelit tables and a pretty little garden, it is an idyllic place to dine and unwind.

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  • Picture of the front of Swan
    Swan 2 Hutton Road, Ash Vale, Aldershot, Hampshire, GU12 5HA

    The Swan is on the peaceful banks of the Basingstoke Canal in the picturesque village of Ash Vale. You can dine alfesco and take in the stunning Surrey countryside.

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  • Picture of the front of George
    George Wokingham Road, Earley, Berkshire, RG6 7EN

    The George pub restaurant at Earley is a traditional olde worlde style pub on the site that used to be a toll house for the toll bridge over the river Loddon.

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  • Picture of the front of Boot & Slipper
    Boot & Slipper 2 Rickmansworth Road, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, HP6 5JN

    Located in the Chiltern town of Amersham, the Boot and Slipper is a classic family pub with plenty of historical charm. Dating back to the 15th century, the timber-beamed building is full of cosy nooks, candlelit tables and roaring log fires.

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  • Picture of the front of Griffin
    Griffin 10-12 Church Road, Caversham, Reading, Berkshire, RG4 7AD

    The Griffin offers a delightful heated patio where you can enjoy al fresco dining all summer. During the colder months, relax indoors by our crackling fires and sample our impressive range of real ales.

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  • Picture of the front of Kings Arms
    Kings Arms Church Road, Sandford-on-Thames, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX4 4YB

    The Kings Arms is situated by the river side in Sandford on Thames, Oxford and is a traditional pub restaurant with al fresco dining in those hot summer days.

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  • Picture of the front of Shire Horse
    Shire Horse Bath Road, Littlewick Green, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 3QA

    The Shire Horse is a cosy former coaching inn with a relaxed ambience, original features and unique character situated in the pastoral Littlewick Green, Berkshire.

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  • Picture of the front of Waterwitch
    Waterwitch Colt Hill, Odiham, Hook, Hampshire, RG29 1AL

    The Waterwitch in Odiham is a quintessential country pub in a wonderful waterside location, retaining many of its 17th century features such as exposed beams and open fires.

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  • Picture of the front of Rose & Crown
    Rose & Crown 44 High Street, Wick, Bristol, BS30 5QH

    The Rose & Crown is a quintessential English country pub built in the 17th Century with historic features inside and a superb beer garden.

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  • Picture of the front of Red Lion
    Red Lion Langley Park Road, Iver, Buckinghamshire, SL0 0JZ

    The Red Lion is a Grade II Listed refurbished old church house dating back to the 16th century. It originally sold ale to raise funds for the local church.

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