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"The Kings Head, Stamford"
LINCOLNSHIRE: The Kings Head, Stamford
is a tiny split level pub which serves good food in pleasant updated rustic surroundings. The roaring log stove will dry you out nicely.
"The William IV, Surrey"
SURREY: The William IV
, is an exquisite 16th century country pub with a welcoming atmosphere, good food and great local ale. Simply superb.
"The Volunteer, Surrey"
SURREY: The Volunteer
is a lovely country pub in the pretty hamlet of Sutton Abinger, near Guildford. A friendly and welcoming pub, with good food and a relaxed atmosphere.
"The Hurtswood Inn, Surrey"
SURREY: The Hurtwood Inn
serves as a local pub and restaurant, a country hotel and a venue for special occasions. It serves great local beer, nice food and has comfortable bedrooms.
"The Parrot, Canterbury"
KENT: The Parrot, Canterbury
is a beautiful 14th century building transformed into an immacualte pub, oozing character. It has a lovely courtyard garden. Yes, it has a parrot.
"Red Lion, Chalton"
HAMPSHIRE: Red Lion, Chalton, Waterlooville
In a pretty Hampshire hamlet, the this is an unspoilt 'chocolate box' thatched pub. The public bar is simply perfection.
"Star & Garter, Soho"
LONDON (Soho): Star and Garter, Poland Street
Cosy 'old school' pub in bustling Soho, smart pub with a traditional feel.
"White Horse, Soho"
LONDON (Soho): White Horse, W1
Immaculate Soho pub, six cask ales, decent pub food and comfortable surroundings.
"Jamaica Wine House, City"
LONDON (City): The Jamaica Wine House, EC3
Built in the late 19th century on the site of England's first coffee house, the Pasqua Rosee's Head, opened in 1652. Restored by Kent brewer Shepherd Neame
"Park Tavern, Chichester"
CHICHESTER: The Park Tavern, Chichester
is a warm and friendly pub near Chichester Cathedral. Spruced up but not spoilt, it serves good food and excellent ales.
"Marble Arch, Manchester"
MANCHESTER: The Marble Arch
was covered up in the mid 20th century when Victorian decoration was seen as vulgar. Revealed again in the 1990's we now see the beauty and industry of that style.
"The Lion, Liverpool"
LIVERPOOL: The Lion Tavern
is one of those pubs you'd pass by, but inside this ordinary exterior is a superb example of Art Nouveau style in a Victorian pub. Good ales too!
LIVERPOOL: The Vines
is the younger sister of the famous Philharmonic, what she lacks in detail she makes up in grandeur. This is a strong pub built for Liverpool's powerful men of commerce.
LIVERPOOL: The Philharmonic
is the most famous and most lavish Victorian pub in the land. The craftsmanship is second to none and all the more remarkable that it has survived virtually intact.
"Britons Protection, Manc'r"
MANCHESTER: Britons Protection
is a fairly scruffy looking pub on the outside, but has a cosy and comfortable interior, with many interesting features from its 1920's refit.
"The Angel, St. Giles WC2"
LONDON (Covent Garden): The Angel, Covent Garden
Yorkshire brewer, Sam Smith, has done what it does to its London pubs...nothing. They love them, then leave them alone.
HAMPSHIRE: The White Horse Inn, Priors Dean
also known as The Pub With No Name, is near Petersfield. A perfect pub if ever there was one. A rustic country pub with immense character, it has good food and a fantastic choice of cask ales.
HAMPSHIRE: The Bull Inn, Bentley
is a convenient pit-stop off the A31 south of Farnham. Good ales and well presented food draw locals to this 15th century pub.
WEST SUSSEX: The Royal Oak, Friday Street
There are several Friday Streets in this area so it was a spot of luck (and satnav) to find this traditional country local. As comfy as an old armchair, it's a multi-nominated Camra pub, serving great cask ales and cider too.
WEST SUSSEX: Ye Old Stout House, Horsham
is a classic 'old man' pub in the historic part of town. Some good ales, good chatter and bar billiards!
WEST MIDLANDS: The Old Mill Inn, Baginton
is a convenient and attractive pub-hotel on the outskirts of Coventry. Lots of old beams and exposed brickwork merge into an Edwardian house, which sit on the River Sowe. A modern block houses the comfortable, reasonably priced rooms.
LONDON (Wandsworth): The Brewers Inn, Wandsworth, SW18
is a surprisingly nice pub with accommodation. There's a large elegant dining room, a comfortable lounge and a bizarre Moroccan Room for exotic functions. Hubbly-bubbly!
LONDON (Covent Garden): The Chandos, Covent Garden, WC2
is deep in the heart of London. A new old pub, it carries off a refurb it had in the eighties as authentic Edwardian. That said it's a pleasant place to sup a two quid pint of Sam Smith's Old Brewery Bitter, especially in this part of town.
LONDON (City of London): The East India Arms
is a charming one room traditional pub in the heart of the City of London. It commemorates the East India Company, incorporated in 1600, which was instrumental in England's global trading domination. Trade your coppers for a good pint of Shepherd Neame beer.