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The Brown Dog

28 Cross Street, Barnes, London

The Brown Dog, 28 Cross Street, London, London

The Brown Dog is one of those pubs you don’t stumble upon but have to seek out but once you do you’ll realise what a find it is. Hidden down a back streets its self proclaimed ‘dog and kid friendly’ style and location (a short walk from Richmond Park... more

The Copper Horse

Scarborough

The Copper Horse, Scarborough, North Yorkshire

The Copper Horse is proud of its reputation for being one of the best places to eat and for its friendly and attentive staff and now the venue is currently undergoing an extensive interior design makeover to make it the most stylish restaurant in the... more

The Fox and Goose Inn

Pudding Pie Hill, Wigley, Chesterfield

The Fox and Goose Inn, Pudding Pie Hill, Chesterfield, Derbyshire

There's spectacular views of Chesterfield and the Linacre Valley from this restored and traditionally renovated 15th century peak district inn, complete with a newly added orangery and terrace. Chef Marcus Jefford worked at London's famous Mirabelle... more

The Hardwick

Raglan Road, Hardwick, Abergavenny

The Hardwick, Raglan Road, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire

This rural pub with its quarry-tiled floor, exposed beams and open fireplace is home to the prodigious talents of chef Stephen Terry. After a career in top London restaurants where he was known for his cutting edge cookery, Terry has settled into a... more

Hole in the Wall

Primrose Farm Road, Little Wilbraham, Cambridge

Hole in the Wall, Primrose Farm Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

The Hole in the Wall in Cambridgeshire is a picturesque 16th century restaurant and free house run by Masterchef finalist Alex Rushmer. A short jaunt from Cambridge and Newmarket, The Hole in the Wall is the ideal location to enjoy great food,... more

The Fell Restaurant

Burnsall, Yorkshire Dales, Skipton

The Fell Restaurant, Burnsall, Skipton, North Yorkshire

The Devonshire Fell Hotel is owned by The Duke & Duchess of Devonshire and situated in the Yorkshire Dales in the village of Burnsall. Located against the River Wharfe, this upscale Edwardian inn is 5.9 miles from Bolton Abbey and enjoys some of the... more

Taynuilt Hotel and Restaurant, Taynuilt, Argyll & Bute

The multi award winning 3 Star Taynuilt Hotel and 2 AA Rosette restaurant sits at the heart of the picturesque village of Taynuilt in Argyll, Scotland not far from Oban. Friendly and welcoming, the hotel has 10 modern, en suite rooms and... more

The Miller of Mansfield

High Street, Goring-on-Thames, Reading

The Miller of Mansfield, High Street, Reading, Berkshire

The highly acclaimed Miller of Mansfield serves beautifully prepared and presented food in sylish surroundings. Modern British, uncomplicated food, think steak and chips, foie gras or pan fried scallops using only the best ingredients. Service is... more

The Fox

Willian

The Fox, Willian, Hertfordshire

This award-winning bar and restaurant is set in the pretty village of Willian overlooking a tranquil pond. Stripped wooden floorboards, soft grey walls, light wooden furniture and a feature glazed atrium ceiling make for a clean and contemporary... more

The Hop Pole

7 Albion Buildings, Upper Bristol Road, Bath

The Hop Pole, 7 Albion Buildings, Bath, Bath & Northeast Somerset

The Hop Pole is heartily proud of its pub roots, with a pared down, dark-panelled interior leading through to a glorious vine covered beer garden. Homemade bar snacks are served alongside starters or light bites such as half a pint of prawns with... more

Penhelig Arms Hotel

27 Terrace Road, Aberdovey

Penhelig Arms Hotel, 27 Terrace Road, Aberdovey, Gwynedd

With surprisingly few fish restaurants along the British coastline, it is a pleasure to come across this muted smart blue restaurant with views of the estuary, and with it a treasure trove of the riches of the sea to plunder. The changing menu – due... more

George & Dragon

Speldhurst

George & Dragon, Speldhurst, Kent

The George & Dragon is a medieval pub in Speldhurst and reported to be the second oldest pub in the country. This 13th Century Inn is atmospheric with traditional old oak beams and a roaring open fire. It has a relaxed vibe and the beautiful gardens... more

The Folly Inn

London Road, Towcester

The Folly Inn, London Road, Towcester, Northamptonshire

The quintessentially English Folly Inn boasts an enviable location nestled in beautiful Northamptonshire countryside. With Head Chef David Horak at the helm, you can expect imaginative British classic cuisine with a contemporary twist such as... more

The Bath Arms

Clay Street, Crockerton, Warminster

The Bath Arms, Clay Street, Warminster, Wiltshire

Wood floors and open fires provide a welcoming atmosphere to this traditional country pub with rooms on the Longleat Estate in Wiltshire. Chef proprietor Dean Carr has the ability to provide innovative modern British cuisine as well as traditional... more

Rowley's

Church Lane, Baslow

Rowley's, Church Lane, Baslow, Derbyshire

Regal purple and bold canvases feature prominently in the decor of this modern British brasserie providing a lively contrast to the pale wood floors and furniture. Support for local producers is clear in the perky menu. In one dining area guests can... more

The George & Dragon

Coggeshall Road, Kelvedon

The George & Dragon, Coggeshall Road, Kelvedon, Essex

The George and Dragon offers modern British cuisine in a tranquil environment. The natural tones and general airiness of the place lend the pub a Zen quality whether relaxing on one of the leather sofas in the bar area or eating in the restaurant. ... more

The Albion

Boyces Avenue, Clifton Village, Bristol

The Albion, Boyces Avenue, Bristol

This former 17th Century coaching inn had a makeover in 2005, with the result being a rather excellent 80-cover gastropub. The kitchen is headed up by former River Cafe and Anchor and Hope chef Clarke Oldfield, who is no stranger to fresh, simple and... more

The Museum Inn

Farnham, Blandford Forum

The Museum Inn, Farnham, Blandford Forum, Dorset

The Museum Inn is a superb 17th Century country inn situated in the delightful village of Farnham, Dorset, on the glorious Cranborne Chase, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a renowned countryside pursuit destination. The pub has eight... more

The Bay Horse Inn

Bay Horse Lane, Forton

The Bay Horse Inn, Bay Horse Lane, Forton, Lancashire

The Bay Horse Inn is housed in a striking black and white timbered 18TH Century Coaching Inn in the Trough of Bowland, and feels very rural despite being a short drive from the M6. The charming mismatched furniture and log fires of this family run... more

The Ferryboat Inn

Helford Passage, Falmouth

The Ferryboat Inn, Helford Passage, Falmouth, Cornwall

The Wright Brothers, whose Oyster and Porter House is a firm favourite with the foodies who flock to London's Borough market, have brought their winning ways with British seafood to picteresque West Cornwall. Take a seat at the oyster bar for half a... more

The Felin Fach Griffin

Felin Fach, Brecon

The Felin Fach Griffin, Felin Fach, Brecon, Powys

Ruddy walls, rugged beams, sturdy tables - subtle it ain’t. But what this converted farmhouse nestled between Brecon and Hay on Wye has is character in abundance. Owners Charles and Edmund Inkin bang the local, seasonal drum with more integrity than... more

The Pipe and Glass Inn

West End, South Dalton, Beverley

The Pipe and Glass Inn, West End, Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire

Since taking over this 15th century rural pub in 2006, ex-The Star Inn at Harome chef James MacKenzie and wife Kate have been showered with accolades including restaurant and dining pub of the year awards. A very traditional oak beamed bar area gives... more

The Greyhound on the Test

31 High Street, Stockbridge

The Greyhound on the Test, 31 High Street, Stockbridge, Hampshire

The Greyhound Inn is a converted 15th century coaching inn serving modern European cuisine and has seven boutique guest rooms. The open plan dining area has bare floor boards, solid wood furniture, a roaring fire and dark low hanging beams.... more

The Pear Tree Inn

Top Lane, Whitley, Melksham

The Pear Tree Inn, Top Lane, Melksham, Wiltshire

Former three Michelin star culinary legend Marco Pierre White has turned his attention from fine dining to bringing his particular brand of affordable glamour to Britain's historic inns. This handsome stone built country pub has been recently... more

The Red Lion

74 High Street, Cricklade, Swindon

The Red Lion, 74 High Street, Swindon, Wiltshire

Dan Ingram worked for Heton Blumenthal for three years before taking up the position of head chef of this historic Wiltshire pub, just off the Thames Path. The 17th century building retains much of its period charm including Roaring log fires,... more

Woolpack Inn

Totford, Nr Northington, Alresford

Woolpack Inn, Totford, Alresford, Hampshire

Nestled in the beautiful Candover Valley in Hampshire, the Woolpack is a rural country inn and a renowned destination for countryside pursuits especially for those keen on shooting and fly fishing. With seven beautifully appointed country style... more

The Stagg Inn

Titley, Kington

The Stagg Inn, Titley, Kington, Herefordshire

You can still just pop in for a drink at this rural Heredfordshire pub. But since 2001 when it became world famous as the first gastropub to win a coveted Michelin star, you’ll find as many foodies on a pilgrimage as locals supping pints. Owner and... more

The Traddock

Austwick, Yorkshire Dales National Park, Settle

The Traddock, Austwick, Settle, North Yorkshire

The Traddock is a Georgian country hotel and restaurant and delivers superb local and seasonal dishes in a relaxed and characterful country setting. We have 2 dining rooms with a capacity of 36 diners with more casual dining possible in our bar.... more

The Dawnay Arms

Newton on Ouse, York

The Dawnay Arms, Newton on Ouse, York, North Yorkshire

This is no ordinary pub. There's the picturesque setting on the banks of the River Ouse, the inviting open fire and homely scrubbed wooden stools and tables. But more importantly, there's chef Martel Smith in the kitchen. Smith trained with the... more

Dew Pond

Old Burghclere, Newbury

Dew Pond, Old Burghclere, Newbury, Berkshire

Dew Pound is a 16th century country house restaurant located in the hamlet of Old Burghclere, some six miles south of Newbury. The period features and original oak beams are given a contemporary feel with the use of vibrant artwork and black leather... more

The Jolly Cricketers

24 Chalfont Road, Seer Green, Beaconsfield

The Jolly Cricketers, 24 Chalfont Road, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire

Since its tasteful transformation, not only has the quality of the modern British cuisine increased but the pub has become the hub of the local community once more, bringing people together for quiz nights, live music, beer festivals and themed... more

The Pot Kiln

Frilsham, Yattendon

The Pot Kiln, Frilsham, Yattendon, Berkshire

The Pot Kiln is an 18th century country pub & restaurant which was originally built as a pub to quench the thirst of the workers from the local brick kilns nearby. It is located in a beautiful unspoilt country setting, surrounded by fields and... more

The Plough Inn

Stalisfield Green, Nr Charing, Faversham

The Plough Inn, Stalisfield Green, Faversham, Kent

This friendly family run independent pub restaurant is tucked away in an area of outstanding natural beauty among Kent's rolling hills and rich farmland between the historical towns of Maidstone, Ashford and Faversham. While away a sunny afternoon in... more

The Trout at Tadpole Bridge

Buckland Marsh, Faringdon

The Trout at Tadpole Bridge, Buckland Marsh, Faringdon, Oxfordshire

Perched on the edge of the Thames, The Trout is a true Cotswolds inn that makes the most of its incredible riverside location. Whether stopping-in by boat, bike or on foot, you can enjoy everything from great real ales, local game and delicious fish... more

The White Hart

Widcombe Hill, Widcombe, Bath

The White Hart, Widcombe Hill, Bath, Bath & Northeast Somerset

Popular with both locals and tourists who stumble across this distinctive and popular pub with rooms, The White Hart serves up a short and uncomplicated menu, which draws influence from the Mediterranean. Light lunches can be chosen from a range of... more

The Sun Inn

High Street, Dedham, Colchester

The Sun Inn, High Street, Colchester, Essex

The Sun Inn is a coaching inn with a bar, dining room, lounge and guest rooms. It serves our immediate community whether it is for just drinks or food and provides a refuge for travellers seeking a one night stay on business or a short break away... more

The Granville

Street End, Lower Hardres, Canterbury

The Granville, Street End, Canterbury, Kent

The Granville is a characterful pub with three distinct areas; a bar, a relaxed lounge with snug leather sofas and a light and airy dining room with chunky country furniture, open theatre kitchen and a feature fireplace. Outside, there is an enclosed... more

The Three Tuns

5 Market Place, Henley-on-Thames

The Three Tuns, 5 Market Place, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire

Dating back to the 17th century and just a short walk from the river, this is Henley's oldest pub. There's a cosy front bar with wood panelling and an open fire and at the rear a secluded terraced garden perfect for a spot of al fresco dining. The... more

The Kensington Arms

35/37 Stanley Road, Redland, Bristol

The Kensington Arms, 35/37 Stanley Road, Bristol

Set in the heart of the Redland area of Bristol, this stylish gastropub sports first floor “supper rooms” available for private hire and an outdoor terrace in addition to the bar and handsome main dining area. Ex- Le Manoir chef Simon Bradley applies... more

George & Dragon Inn

The Main Street, Burpham, Arundel

George & Dragon Inn, The Main Street, Arundel, West Sussex

The George & Dragon Inn is the perfect choice for those who seeking a slice of British rustic cooking and a classic English pint. A wide range of real ales and wines are on offer together with the rural beauty of the South Downs. The award-winning... more

Anchor Inn

Lower Froyle, Alton

Anchor Inn, Lower Froyle, Alton, Hampshire

The Anchor Inn is a quirky English country inn dating back to the 14th century. Situated in the heart of picturesque rural Hampshire, the inn offers charming accommodation, unique countryside dining and a warm, friendly service. Having been... more

The Scran & Scallie

1 Comely Bank Road, Stockbridge, Edinburgh

The Scran & Scallie, 1 Comely Bank Road, Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh

This gastropub is backed by one of Edinburgh's best chefs and TV regular Tom Kitchin who also runs the more formal The Kitchin and The Castle Terrace restaurants in the city. The Scots meets Scandi interior with distressed furnishings , exposed... more

The Greene Oak

Oakley Green, Windsor

The Greene Oak, Oakley Green, Windsor, Berkshire

This country dining pub is located in the idyllic village of Oakley Green, close to the culinary hot spot of Bray. Owner Henry Cripps has managed a string of successful London gastropubs and brings his style and expertise to bear here. A contemporary... more

The Queens at Belbroughton

Queens Hill, Belbroughton, Stourbridge

The Queens at Belbroughton, Queens Hill, Stourbridge, West Midlands

This 16th century pub in the ancient Worcestershire village of Belbroughton combines rustic and modern to fine effect. Wooden beams, stone floor and an open fireplace sit side by side with crystal chandeliers and bold, graphic wallpaper. Talented... more

The Kingham Plough

The Green, Kingham, Chipping Norton

The Kingham Plough, The Green, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire

In the gentile honey-stoned surroundings of the Cotswolds, this impressive three Rosette pub and hotel has earned a notable reputation for its quality food as much as its elegant countrified ambience. Chef/proprietor Emily Watkins (formerly sous chef... more

The Three Horseshoes

High Street, Madingley

The Three Horseshoes, High Street, Madingley, Cambridgeshire

This charming thatched inn features an intimate and lively bar, conservatory-restaurant and large garden area that borders the local cricket pitch; the perfect English village setting in fact. Chef Richard Stokes menu however is decidedly Italian and... more

The Chequers

Church Road, Churchill, Chipping Norton

The Chequers, Church Road, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire

This top notch village pub is part of Georgie and Sam Pearman's Lucky Onion group that includes the nearby Wheatsheaf in North Leach and The Tavern in Cheltenham. On arrival, you pass through a pantry area of Belfast sinks filled with crushed ice... more

The Crown Inn Restaurant

Bridge Road, Broughton, Huntingdon

The Crown Inn Restaurant, Bridge Road, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire

Merging modern touches with period character, The Crown Inn Restaurant is nestled in the idyllic hamlet of Broughton, in the Cambridgeshire countryside and is a charming foodie getaway. Originally a saddlery, The Crown Inn Restaurant is a beautiful... more

Red Lion Bar & Bistro

Darley Road, Stone Edge, Chesterfield

Red Lion Bar & Bistro, Darley Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire

Enjoying an enviable location on the edge of the Peak District National Park, the Red Lion Bar & Bistro dates back to the 17th Century and has retained much of it's original charm. The decor is a mix of traditional with flashes of the contemporary;... more

The Barrasford Arms

Barrasford, Hexham

The Barrasford Arms, Barrasford, Hexham, Northumberland

A solid stone inn from the 1870’s is now home to this award-winning restaurant with rooms. Two simple but airy dining rooms off the main corridor signify that this is a local restaurant and not a trendy gastropub. Tony Binks, chef proprietor, is... more

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