All Pubs & Restaurants

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    We are committed to serving the very best in Cask Ale and Craft Keg across our 32 lines. We work passionately around the clock to ensure the beer we serve is in peak condition and that you are always spoilt for choice. We also host an array of Bottled Beers Read more [...]

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    The Bunch of Grapes

    We like to think that “The Bunch” as we’re fondly referred to, is how a great pub should be, and we are proud to say the AA agree with us- naming us their Welsh Pub of the Year 2014/2015. We are creators and passionate about what we do. We brew Read more [...]

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    The Hazelmere Cafe

    The Hazelmere is an independent, family-run café and delicatessen in the southern tip of the beautiful Lake District. Good food shouldn’t cost the earth… We have a strong ethos that is built around a responsibility to our community and environment. We are proud to support local suppliers and bake, make Read more [...]

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    The Tinners Arms

    Built in 1271, The Tinners Arms has been at the heart of village life in Zennor for over 700 years. Originally built to accommodate the masons who constructed St Senara’s Church, famous for its mermaid, you’ll find little has changed over the years. Modern life slips away as you step Read more [...]

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    The Yewdale Hotel

    The Yewdale Pub offers a warm welcome to visitors and locals alike. There is always a cosy fire in winter and a jovial atmosphere. In summer drinks can be enjoyed inside the bar or outside on the extensive terrace with stunning view of the Old Man of Coniston and surrounding Read more [...]

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    The Coach & Horses

    This compact and cosy old coaching inn offers a traditional Cotswold village welcome, offering fine home cooked food and traditional Sunday lunches, unique award winning Donnington ales, Stowford Press cider and cool draught Guinness. The view from the front beer garden will transport you back a hundred years – the Read more [...]

  • The Rest And Welcome Inn

    This is a Freehouse country pub on an A road between Yeovil and Dorchester. It is the only Dorset pub between these two Towns. Real ale and two gardens. The landlord and landlady make as much fuss of the dogs as they do of their human clients. Dog chews and Read more [...]

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    Ye Olde Whyte Harte

    This unspoiled 17th-century inn with its low ceilings, oak beams and central log fire in winter, lies in the ‘harte’ of the village. Whatever your reason for being in Hamble, the inn with its good food, fine wines, real ales and friendly customers is the perfect place to dine any Read more [...]

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    Gwesty Ael y Bryn is a small private hotel set in an elevated position amongst 3 acres of grounds, overlooking magnificent views of Cardigan Bay. We are within minutes of the beach, with its sandy dunes and safe bathing. We like to preserve a reputation for traditional cooking and our Read more [...]