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    Castle Hotel Main Street, Kirby Muxloe, Leicester, LE9 2AP

    A charming 17th century farmhouse pub restaurant situated in a beautiful location overlooking the ruins of Kirby Muxloe Castle, serving traditional Sunday roasts and a wide variety of seasonal specials.

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    Maenllwyd Inn Rudry, Caerphilly, Mid Glamorgan, CF83 3EB

    The Maenllwyd Inn is a 400-year-old former farmhouse on a ridge over the Rhymney Valley in the tiny village of Rudry, east of Caerphilly, with breathtaking views from the terrace and spacious conservatory.

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  • Picture of the front of Watermill Inn
    Watermill Inn Reigate Road, Dorking, Surrey, RH4 1NN

    The Watermill Inn is a handsome 1930s pub constructed in an attractive Tudor style, overlooking the stunning landscape of Box Hill, at the heart of the Surrey Hills Area of Natural Beauty. A tranquil haven set just back from the A25/Reigate Road, this charming pub is a perfect spot to enjoy traditional pub food.

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    Peacock Owler Bar, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S17 3BQ

    The Peacock is perfectly perched on the edge of the Peak District with stunning views of the heather moorlands that surround it, this Grade II listed 19th century turnpike inn is the ideal place for classic pub food in Sheffield.

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    Mundy Arms 95 Ashbourne Road, Mackworth, Derby, Derbyshire, DE22 4LZ

    The Mundy Arms dates back to the mid 1500s, and is enveloped by Derbyshire’s lush meadows and farmland, this rosy-bricked tavern serves delicious pub food, seasonal dishes and Sunday lunches, along with an impressive selection of wines and real cask ales.

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    Bridge Shawford, Winchester, Hampshire, SO21 2BP

    The Bridge Inn is situated on the banks of the beautiful River Itchen in the tranquil South Downs village of Shawford. The pub was made famous as the location of Victor Meldrew’s death in the final TV episode of ‘One Foot in the Grave.’

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    Wheatsheaf Church Road, Burton Joyce, Nottingham, NG14 5GB

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

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    Wheatstone Inn Centre Seven, Barnwood, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL4 3HR

    The Wheatstone Inn stands on the old Roman road in the affluent Gloucester suburb of Barnwood, this modern Gloucestershire pub restaurant is superbly located just minutes off the M5, close to historic Gloucester and the glorious Cotwolds countryside.

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