FEATURED PUBS, CLUBS & BARS



The Famous Creg Ny Baa
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The Famous Creg Ny Baa, Onchan, Isle of Man

The Famous Creg-ny-baa Pub is steeped in history as one of the most spectacular landmarks on the Island's TT Course. However, away from the races “The Creg” is known as a relaxed, homely restaurant. Children are treated as one of the family and high chairs and baby changing facilities are available
 
The Creek Inn
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The Creek Inn, Peel, Isle of Man

Situated on the Quayside, overlooking Peel Hill and the New Marina, The Creek Inn is open from 10am every day. With locally brewed Okell's ales and up to 10 ever-changing guest beers available all year round, The Creek Inn is a Real Ale drinkers paradise, a Cask Marque pub and an active CAMRA pub
 
The Forge
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The Forge, Santon, Isle of Man

Surrounded by acres of beautiful landscaped grounds and gardens where you can sit and enjoy any occasion. With good food and a relaxed atmosphere our professional team will make sure your experience at the Hop Garden will be one to remember. And The Hop Garden Marquee is the ultimate wedding venue
 

The Station
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The Station, Port Erin, Isle of Man

The Station is a great pub popular for serving delicious home-made traditional pub fayre. As the name suggests it is perfectly situated for the steam train as well as only 100 yards from arguably the most stunning beach the island has to offer.
 
George & Dragon
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George & Dragon, Newton by Castle Acre, Norfolk

The George & Dragon at Newton by Castle acre is a pub as it should be. A cozy log fire glowing in the hearth, comfortable seating around the bar, real ale carefully stored and tended, top quality food at reasonable prices with an excellent hand-chosen wine list to accompany it.
 
Coach & Horses Inn
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Coach & Horses Inn, Dersingham, Norfolk

The Coach and Horses is a friendly, traditional pub situated in the village of Dersingham, just 1 mile from the Royal Sandringham estate. Open 7 days a week, the pub offers a wide selection of drinks including real ales, lagers, wines and spirits. Traditional home-cooked food is also a speciality
 
The Hand and Trumpet
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The Hand and Trumpet, Crewe, Cheshire

The Hand & Trumpet is a good sized pub, seating about 150, with classic old floors, rugs, open fires, books and old furniture. The garden contains a large pond, and we’ve built a deck out over the rear of the pub which overlooks the grounds. It’s a stunner when the sun comes out.
 
The Embankment
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The Embankment, Bedford, Bedfordshire

The Embankment is an imposing mock-Tudor gastro pub in the heart of Bedford. The clue to our location is in the name! We sit right in the middle of Bedford's beautifully-landscaped Embankment, with wonderful views out over the River Great Ouse, and all the hustle and bustle river life.
 
The Portland Arms
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The Portland Arms, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

The Portland is one of those rare pubs with two seperate bars in the old saloon and lounge style. On one side is a small and quite intimate bar, while the other side has some lovely wood panelling, an open fire and a big sturdy old bar. Elsewhere there may be a gig going on - it's that type of place
 
The Square and Compasses
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The Square and Compasses, Fuller Street, Essex

The Square and Compasses is a delightful, traditional public house located at Fuller Street. Set in beautiful countryside the pub is believed to date from about 1652. Originally two farmer's cottages, the building retains a wealth of original features with exposed beams and inglenook fireplace.
 
Air Balloon
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Air Balloon, Gloucester, Gloucestershire

The Air Balloon was originally two ale houses and provided for the needs of the travellers before the days of licensing. Many balloon ascents were made from about 1784 onwards, and one Walter Powell ascended from Malmesbury and disapppeared without trace about that time. We, however, are still here!
 
The Bradgate
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The Bradgate, Newtown, Leicestershire

Welcome to The Bradgate, where we hope that you will have an enjoyable experience every time you visit be it for a quiet drink or a special meal. Join us for a morning coffee from 11:30am - throughout the Summer we will be open all day so come see us at Pimms O’Clock! A friendly face awaits you!
 
Duke of Cambridge
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Duke of Cambridge, Battersea, London S

In the heart of Battersea, a stones throw from Battersea Park, the Duke of Cambridge is your "other living room". We offer great food & drink in a relaxed environment. Our team of professional, knowledgeable and friendly staff aim offer the best possible service & ensure you have a great experience.
 
Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem
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Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Welcome to the Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem... is the oldest inn in England. As one of Nottingham’s finest real ale establishments, the Trip to Jerusalem offers a selection of Hardys & Hansons branded beers which are now brewed in Suffolk, where ale has been a feature of life since at least 1086
 
33 Windsor Place
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33 Windsor Place, Cardiff, Cardiff

A unique city centre bar, offering a wide range of food, quality drinks and coffees. This premium bar attracts a wide range of clientele and is ideal for quick lunches, relaxing after work and private functions. Our full menu is available all day - or choose from our ever changing 'specials' list.