Charles Wells pubs in 2017

This is 2017. I run a number of pub history sites around the UK. They are all lacking in modern detail.

I thought it time to add some additional detail for the pubs that still exist, or in many cases, have just been created.

Many of the pubs in London and the UK, are just old banks, old offices, and generally have the name old in their name to indicate they are brand new pubs.

Here are over 205 Charles Wells pubs as I find them in one list.

Charles Wells pubs

Admiral Nelson

49 Nelson Street, Market Harborough
A very busy local pub with small garden offering a variety of pub games.

Admiral Vernon

31 High Street, Over


10 The Square, Aspley Guise
Traditional 19th Century Inn with two bars, cosy restaurant, open fires and lovely gardens, along with plenty of parking.

Anchor and Hope

36 The Cut, London
Winners of the 2004 Gastro Pub of the Year in the ITV London Restaurant Awards. The Anchor & Hope epitomises the very best of its kind.

Anchor Inn

High Street, Great Barford
A riverside pub over looking the Great River Ouse. The Anchor Inn offers both bar meals and restaurant food menu complemented by fine ales and wines.

Ashwell Arms

12 Ashwell Street, Leighton Buzzard
Ashwell Arms is a friendly, welcoming pub, on the outskirts of the main town of Leighton Buzzard. Only a 7 mins walk from the centre of town, this Traditional community pub is Children and Dog friendly, has a Patio area, which is a great sun trap in the summer months and open fires in the winter months. It also has a Smoking shelter to the rear of the pub with patio heater, to keep you warm in those colder months.

Banbury Cross

7 Butchers Row, Banbury
Traditional friendly town centre pub in the heart of Banbury town centre with large enclosed patio garden and a large function room for hire. We are open Monday - Thursday 11am - 11pm, Friday 11am - 12am, Saturday 11am - 1am and Sunday 11am - 10:30pm. You can find us just off the Market Square amd opposite the High Street and close to a very large shopping centre "The Castle Quay". We are a very friendly and welcoming pub with a selection of Lager's, Wines, and Real Ales such as Eagle IPA or Bombardier which are always on pump. We have a large patio garden which includes a TV to enable you to watch the football on those sunny summer days, a function room and weekend entertainment.

Bar Citrus

29 Harpur Street, Bedford
Situated in the centre of Bedford, Bar Citrus offers a simple but delicious informal food menu, freshly prepared throughout the day from 10am until 5.30pm in a comfortable surrounding.

The extensive range of bottled, draught beers, real ales, wines from around the world as well as a selection of classic cocktails and hot drinks gives you lots of choice.

During the day you might like to join us for a morning coffee and delicious pastry from our patisserie, freshly baked in house, a lunchtime gossip over lunch or a glass of wine, or a break from the office or shopping. In the evening, Bar Citrus becomes the ideal spot for an after work wind down, a few cocktails from our classic range or simply to have a great night out.

Barley Mow

42 Main Street, Huntingdon
Just outside of Huntingdon town centre, this picturesque pub can cater for all occasions. Serving a selection of home cooked food prepared from local produce.

Bat and Barrel

104-106 Park St, Luton
Situated on the edge of town.


Bilton Lane, Bilton, Rugby


16 The Square , Stock
The Bear has a warm and cosy feel to it as soon as you enter through the door with an emphasis on comfort within a traditional environment. Added to this separate function/dining rooms and a very large beer garden (perfect for al fresco dining in Summer) and The Bear is also a perfect venue for private events and functions like wedding receptions, private parties and business seminars.

Bedford Arms

2 Bromham Road, Bedford
1930's newly refurbished traditional ales house situated in the centre of town. Specialising in Cask Conditioned Ale, Foreign and Fruit Beers.
Full range of Wells & Youngs beers. Traditional Pub Food.

Bedford Arms

57 High Street, Oakley
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, bounded on three sides by the River Ouse, the pretty village of Oakley is a short drive from the hustle & bustle of Bedford.

In the heart of Oakley, The Bedford Arms is a real delight, the perfect place for a drink, a superb meal and to relax and indulge.

Refurbishment has transformed the 16th Century Inn into a stunning mix of original features and contemporary comfort. With its beamed ceilings, pretty artifices, the Bedford Arms welcomes you into its cosy, friendly, relaxed and informal atmosphere.

Gaining a highly regarded reputation for its freshly prepared and seasonal menus, which are beautifully presented in the, conservatory, lounge snugs or classic comfy bar, there is always a delightful choice for even the most discerning ‘foodies’.

Whether you’re looking for a fabulous venue for dinner or lunch, to celebrate a special occasion or just a welcome haven for a drink with friends, The Bedford Arms is the perfect choice.


22 The Green, Milton Keynes
Traditional local pub with open fire, patio and garden area. Bar snacks available.


Beehive Lane, Welwyn Garden City
The Beehive is a large pub carvery situated on the outskirts of Welwyn, opposite the QE2 Hospital. With lots of charm & character as well as friendly efficient service, there are plenty of cosy areas to relax, including our new patio seating areas at the front and side of the pub, and enjoy one of our great Cask Ales.


29 Lower Road, Stoke Mandeville
The Bell in Stoke Mandeville offers a spacious, yet cosy environment. Offering fresh, uncomplicated and seasonal food complemented by a simple "something for everyone" wine list and a selection of quality real ales. The Bell is easily accessible from both Stoke Mandeville village, Aylesbury and the world famous Stoke Mandeville Hospital.

Smaller portions are available as well as high chairs and baby change facilities. Free WiFi and a function room with full A/V facilities are ideal for private or business use.

Bird & Bush

Hancock Drive, Luton
A quality community local pub, serving good food & beer

Black Horse

Artichoke Dell , Chorley Wood
A great country pub that is welcoming to regulars and visitors, it is well known for being dog friendly and ideally located to attract dog walkers.

Black Horse Inn

High Street, Swaffham Bulbeck
Situated between the City of Cambridge and the market town of Newmarket. The Black Horse is on a prime roadside location within the small village of Swaffham Bulbeck.

Blacksmiths Arms

1 Downs Barn Boulevard, Milton Keynes
Community local, situated on an estate. Offering a variety of games and entertainment. Children welcome.

Bombardier Pub

2 Place De Pantheon, 75005 Paris
A traditional English pub in the heart of the world famous Latin Quarter of Paris, serving real ale on tap. Fabulous home cooked food served lunchtimes, and then at night its famous vibrant atmosphere really kicks in. Open Midday to 2am everyday.

Boot Inn

Barnard Gate, Witney
The Boot Inn is set in beautiful countryside on the edge of the Cotswolds, near the ancient village of Eynsham, just a few miles to the west of the city of Oxford, England. The Boot was acquired by Adelaide born Chef Craig Foster in November 2003. The Inn boasts a wealth of exposed beams, stone-flagged floors, a roaring log fire in winter, a pleasant garden in summer, a comfortable bar and secluded dining areas. Renowned for its collection of Boots displayed on the walls from well known sportsmen.


Quantock Rise, Luton
A very popular pub on the Bramingham Park Estate with a large lounge bar and seperate games area, which inludes Sky Sports, wide screen TV, pool and darts. There is a seperate area in the comfortable lounge with a great menu. A warm welcome awaits you from the friendly staff.

Bricklayers Arms

29 Queen Street, Hitchin
A community local in very good order through out. Parking to the rear, with access to pub. Patio area and Garden, Sky T V.


50 High Street, Shefford
The Bridge can be found on the main High street that runs through the centre of Shefford.


9 Market Place, Olney
A 18th Century coaching inn, with lots of character & charm, situated on the Market Square of Olney. With large gardens, court yards, that gives that continental feel in summer, popular with all ages.

Funtion Room available for hire for conferences, weddings, partys. Seats 80 for buffets & 50 for sit down meals. Phone for more details.


Station Approach, Theydon Bois
The Bull, Theydon Bois' dates back to the 17th Century. The Bull was orignally a private residence called 'The Tile House'. The building was later extended and became an inn known as 'The Bull's Head' before settling on the name we know today.

Today the pub retains much of it's original charm with exposed oak beams and polished wood floors in the bar area.

Burleigh Arms

9-11 Newmarket Road, Cambridge
A busy pub in the town centre of Cambridge, serving Home Made foods, Real Ales, and a large choice of wines.

Burnaby Arms

66 Stanley Street, Bedford
The Burnaby Arms is a proper pub – a corner local full of character where a warm & friendly welcome awaits.
We are nestled in an area known as ‘Black Tom’, close to Bedford Town Centre & Bedford Park. The pub has recently been refurbished, providing an attractive, relaxed and friendly environment.
Serving 4 cask conditioned ales with regulary changing guest ale. "Pie on a Plate" available daily.

Bushel and Strike

Mill Street, Ashwell
A traditional country style village pub situated in the picturesque feature village of Ashwell, with it's historical church and buildings. There is an olde worlde traditional atmosphere and you will be made to feel extremely welcome and comfortable here relaxing to enjoy a drink and good conversation. A destination food house where you can select from our bar menu or restaurant menu, with something to suit everyone's taste.

Cambridgeshire Hunter

Berkeley Street, St Neots
Community pub with a traditional lounge bar and fantastic sports bar with pool, darts and plasma screens. Good quality home cooked food served at lunchtimes. Large garden with childrens play area.


17 Newnham Street, Bedford
Roland & Kay extends a warm welcome to The Castle Inn, a traditional pub only minutes walk from the centre of Bedford, with a relaxed atmosphere, great beer and fresh food. This 19th Century traditional family run Inn is situated in the Castle Quay part of Bedford and close to the River Ouse and Bedford's Cecil Higgins Museum. The Castle is your village pub in the centre of town. We offer a warm, relaxing and friendly welcome, as well as freshly prepared home cooked food, traditonal Sunday Roast, fine wines and locally brewed ales from Charles Wells Brewery, as well as regular Guest Ales.
There is an enclosed outside courtyard area for the summer months, as well as a large carpark. Dogs are welcome.
Free WiFi.

Chandos Arms

1 Maine Street, Aylesbury
The Chandos Arms is situated in the beautiful village of Weston Turville (Bucks village of the Year)and is a traditionally run village pub which serves fresh food.

Charles Dickens

9 Quai De La Douane, Bordeaux
The Charles Dickens, is a traditional English pub in the heart of France's wine-making country. It offers an exclusive range of quality draught and bottled beers from the Wells & Young's Brewery in Bedfordshire, England. From the award winnng Wells Bombardier to the adventurous Double Chocolate Stout not forgetting the unique aroma of Banana Bread Beer or the sweet, subtle taste of Waggle Dance!
A warm welcome, quality service, great beer and good times all await you at The Charles Dickens, Bordeaux - a wonderful English pub in a beautiful French city.


Coleshill Road, Nuneaton

Chequers Inn

26 Lutterworth Road, Hinckley
Village pub offering bar meals, entertainment and accommodation.

Chequers Inn

16 London Road, Knebworth
The Chequers Inn is situated in a picturesque part of Hertfordshire it is an ideal choice, be it for business lunches, celebration meals or just a light snack. All food is prepared on the premises from fresh, daily delivered produce. The family pride themselves on their friendly, efficient service. The bar is warm and inviting with open fires during the winter months. There’s a good range of beers and real ales on offer as well as a reasonably priced wine list and a small selection of comfortably fitted bedrooms are also available.

Cock Inn

16 High Street, North Crawley
The Cock Inn at North Crawley offers customers the warm welcome, great food and excellent cask ales for which the British pub is world renowned.

With oak beams and a range of real fires, The Cock Inn is a traditional village pub which prides itself on providing good beer and wines and fresh home cooked food in a warm atmosphere.

Whether you come for a quiet drink, dinner with friends or a business lunch, our team will ensure all your needs are catered for.

Our menus are based on home cooked pub food, using fresh seasonal produce sourced locally and served in our dining area at the heart of the pub.

On sunnier days, the outside decked area offers a lovely place to eat and drink and we put on fantastic barbecues throughout the summer months.

The Cock Inn also has a private dining and function room available for special occasions and we are happy to cater for parties, receptions, business meetings, etc.

Cock Inn

2 Bedford Road, Wootton
The Cock Inn is a delightful 18th Century pub based around a village community with two bars and a large family and dog friendly garden, with disabled access. They serve real ale and quality awarded Guinness Free WIFI is also available and Sky sports! All functions are catered for and the BBQ is free to use! Live music is held regularly.


44 High Street, Greenfield
The Compasses is a friendly village pub with a good selection of Cask Ales, Traditional Pub Food, relaxing lounge and bar with open log fire. It has a pool room, large garden and car park with disabled parking and disabled entrance to the front of the building.

Corner House

Market Square, St Neots
The Corner House is a very modern bar in the town centre.


36 Stoneleigh Road, Kenilworth
Cottage Inn is a friendly Public House which offers traditional ales, excellent wines, homemade meals & cosy bedrooms. It is a real pub with good beers & food and a happy atmosphere. N.A.C Stoneleigh is just 2 miles away and the N.E.C only 9 miles. There is access to all Major motorways within 15 minutes.


127 Bradwell Common Boulevard, Milton Keynes

The Cross

16 New Street, Kenilworth

Cross Keys

34 Newport Road, , Milton Keynes
Situated down a country lane in Great Woolstone, 5 minutes from the shopping centre, the Cross Keys is a choclate box thatched pub, with lounge bar and public bar, large garden, children's play area and food available. Real ale

Cross Keys

13 High Street, Pulloxhill
Traditional Country Pub situated in the village of Pulloxhill, with large garden, carpark and separate dining area.

Cross Keys Hotel

32 High Street, Saffron Walden
The Cross Keys Hotel is 850 years old and set in the picturesque old market town of Saffron Walden, located approximately 25 minutes drive from Stansted Airport.

The property was used as a base by Oliver Cromwell during the Civil War but today is a friendly pub and coffee shop with rooms that offer boutique style accommodation blending old feature with new in 6 letting rooms.
Proudly known for serving quality British pub food with a twist including the 4 weekly changing specials and a great Sunday lunch, the pub also offers a good selection of cask ales, draught beers, plus a superb choice of wines by the bottle or glass.

The Cross Keys is reputed to be haunted by more than one friendly ghost. This charming old building is a fine example of the decorative exterior relief work known as 'pargeting' and has many interesting and original features inside emphasised using modern techniques.

Crown and Pipes

14 High Street, Fenstanton
A welcoming community village pub, serving good traditional real ales.

Crown Inn

Sandon Green, Sandon
The Crown has been in the village of Sandon since 1759, which is when it was first recorded as being run as a public house. It is a traditional English pub and restaurant with many original features and can offer one of the best chefs in Essex, with an extensive new menu.

Devonshire Arms

32 Dudley Street, Bedford
Situated off Castle road in Bedford’s ‘Notting Hill’ area, near the park and river embankment. Traditional Community Pub with a warm and friendly atmosphere, open fire and candlelight. Good range of well conditioned Real Ales and selection of fine wines from around the world. There is also a lovely enclosed rear garden.

Dobblers Inn

184 Sturton Street, Cambridge
The Dobblers is a Traditional, 'backstreet boozer', situated in a densley populated area of Cambridge, close to the Grafton Centre.

The pub has a beautiful courtyard beer garden with heated smoking area; some say the best in town! For the sports fans the pub boasts 5 large TV screens with Sky HD and Setanta Sports, with one screen in full view of the garden!
On Tuesday there is a pub Quiz where drinks and cash prizes can be won and throughout the week you will find our pub teams (darts, crib, football and pool) discussing recent performances.
We are pleased to have Cask Marque accredited ales which include Wells Eagle IPA, along with guest beers such as Wells Bombardier, Adnams Best, Tribute, Courage Directors and many seasonal ales.
The Dobblers is a community pub with real characters from all walks of life socialising here, which creates a loud, lively and friendly atmosphere. A proper local's pub!

Dog & Badger

109 Clophill Road, Maulden
A traditional village inn offering great food and service, and quality cask ales.


High Street, Newport Pagnell
Paul & David welcome you to The Dolphin. A charming 17th century, traditional town centre pub situated on Newport Pagnell High Street.

The Dolphin offers a great home-cooked food menu including our well-loved Sunday Roast, a full selection of beers and wines, including locally brewed Charles Wells Cask Ale - Eagle IPA and Bombardier as well as regularly changing guest ales.
Renowned for its floral displays, it offers a warm welcome within its two bars, with a charmingly traditional bar and dining area on one side and a public bar on the other where our screened sporting events are shown, and darts and pool are played.
Come and see The Dolphin's new look...
The pub has recently had a complete refurbishment, including the introduction of a brand new courtyard garden and a bar and restaurant refurbishment, now making it a great place to socialise with friends or have dinner, choosing something from the delicious new menu that we have created for you.
Come along and see us soon to try something from our new menu, one of our ales or award-winning wines or just relax with a coffee reading the days papers...


East Street, Stamford

This traditional designed pub occupies a prominent roadside position on the outskirts of the town centre. It comprises of several separate rooms providing full meals, bar snacks and lounge area.


134 Main Road, Middleton Cheney
The Dolphin is a pretty village pub situated 3 mins from Banbury town centre. The pub is in a busy area in the heart of Middleton Cheney. Full of character with low beams, wooden floors and a lovely beer garden.


Hodgson Centre, Werrington
Large spacious Community Pub, popular with locals.


18 Buckden Road, Brampton
Family friendly village pub in Brampton with two rooms. One room offers a traditional pub with a pool table, a lively playlist and a great selection of drinks. The other room offers a relaxed dining area. Attractive roadside location with patio area.

Duck on the Pond

The Green, Long Itchington
A warm welcome is offered to all at The Duck on The Pond pub, which is set in the beautiful village of Long Itchington in the Warwickshire countryside. Long Itchington is situated just south of the Grand Union Canal on the A423 between Southam and Coventry, with Daventry, Warwick, Rugby and Leamington Spa within easy driving distance.
We pride ourselves on our hospitality and our traditional pub food menu, using wherever possible locally produced ingredients.
Long Itchington is known as "The Cask Beer Capital of England," so at The Duck on the Pond, our focus is on delivering you a quality cask beer range.
Our great selection of cask beers, our fine wines and the dishes from our traditional pub food menu can all be enjoyed in our tudor period styled pub, or in our lovely outdoor al fresco area overlooking the pond.


10 Woburn Road, Kempston
Situated on a main road on the edge of Kempston, The Duke is a large pub. This friendly local features many sports facilities, including pool and big screen. The Duke has a large garden with plenty of parking.

Duke of Wellington Inn

Sherbourne Street, Bourton on the Water
Venice of the Cotswolds! The village of Bourton on the Water is one of the most popular tourist spots in the Cotswold's. The Duke of Wellington is situated in the busy centre of the village but offers a haven of tranquillity away from the hustle and bustle of the shops and tourists.
In fine weather you can sit under the trees in the beer garden and relax by the river which runs through the grounds. Enjoy a meal outside but don’t forget to save a tasty morsel for the visiting ducks!

The Duke of Wellington has recently undergone a refurbishment to the bar & restaurant area, the garden and the 5 en-suite guest rooms upstairs. Now under new management, you can be assured of a warm welcome, comfortable surroundings, great food and excellent service.

Eaton Oak

Crosshall Road, St Neots
Conveniently placed, on the outskirts of St Neots in close proximity of the A1, The Eaton Oak is an excellent food house and family friendly pub with quality accommodation. Their nine bedrooms are a big highlight of this establishment having all the mod cons from modem points and TV to a power-shower

The Elm Tree

Orchard Street, Cambridge
Small, quirky single bar pub with 10 ever changing micro brewed real ales, over 100 specialist Belgian beers, plus traditional cider or perry and mead. Take a few moments to look around at the memorabilia from Belgium, long gone British breweries, and strange bric-a-brac.
Our bar-staff are always happy to offer tasters of the real ale, and answer questions about our extensive range of unusual Belgian beer. Menus with tasting notes for the Belgian beers are also readily available.
The tables are candle lit during the evening, creating a warm and cosy oasis of difference at the heart of Cambridge.

The Eltisley

2 The Green, St Neots
The Eltisley, Cambridgeshire combines a flavour of the traditional with a timeless and relaxed style all of it’s own. It’s the best of both worlds.

Embankment Hotel

6 The Embankment, Bedford
The Embankment is an imposing mock tudor landmark building in the heart of Bedford, with wonderful views over the River Great Ouse.

The Embankment is also a great place to enjoy breakfast, elevenses, lunch, dinner, serving fresh seasonal food everyday of the week.


Rushden Road, Bletsoe
A riverside country pub with large garden and extensive dining facilities.

Fir Tree Hotel

The Square, Milton Keynes
The Brewer Family and the team would like to welcome you to the new look Fir Tree Inn in Woburn Sands.
Originally a 17th century cottage and brewhouse, the Fir Tree Inn has been providing good food, drink and a comfy bed for the weary traveller since 1850.
The pub now offers great quality home-made food, a full selection of beers and wines, including locally brewed Bedford Cask Ales, Eagle IPA, Bombardier and regularly changing Guest Ales. With five letting bedrooms, the Fir Tree Inn also offers the perfect place to stay for business customers or those exploring the local area.
Come and see our new look...
The pub has recently had a refurbishment, including a lick of paint inside and out with new external signage, a bar and restaurant refurbishment making it a great place to socialise with friends or have dinner, choosing something from the delicious new menu that we have created for you.
Come along and see us soon to try something from our new menu, one of our ales or award-winning wines or just relax with a coffee reading the days papers...

Foresters Arms

Newport Road, New Bradwell
Village community pub with large garden and conservatory, offers a warm friendly atmosphere and a variety of pub games and entertainment.

Foresters Arms

Union Street, Bedford
Located on the outskirts of the town centre, approx 5-10 minute walk to the shopping centre. Friendly staff with competitive prices. There is a large garden area with ample seating and a BBQ area during summer months.

Fox & Hounds

High Street, Riseley
A very traditional English Pub in a village setting, with 400 year old oak beams and a cosy fire and hearth. Juicy steaks, fine ales and a genuine welcome await all.

Fox and Hounds

Milton Road, Clapham
Situated on the main through Clapham. The Fox and Hounds is a family pub with garden.

Fox Inn

Baker Street, Farthinghoe
Traditional English pub situated in the village of Farthinghoe.

Fox Inn

Thorpe Waterville, Kettering
Situated on the main A605 between Northampton & Peterborough, The Fox Inn is on the outskirts of the village of Thorpe Waterville. The Fox is a large roadside pub & restaurant with spacious car park & gardens. Ideal for meetings with wireless internet access & projection facilities. Good quality food at reasonable prices. Families with children welcome.

Gate PH

Station Road, St Albans

A prominient village local which is situated on the edge of Bricketwood. This country pub has open fireplaces, serves tradition pub food and has a good size garden to relax in, in the summer.

George & Dragon

1 Place Du Peyrou, Toulouse
A traditional English pub, located next to the university in the thriving city of Toulouse. Offering quiz nights, live music, traditional pub games and more, the great atmosphere make this one of the most popular pubs in Toulouse with the tourists and locals alike.

Open every day from 12.00pm to 2.00am, with food served from 12.000pm to 2.30pm

The George & Dragon

133 Main Road, Witney
Site Currently Closed. Re-opening dates to be confirmed.

George Hotel

Castle street, Hope Valley
Built in 1543 first licensed in 1743 The George Hotel is situated within the historic area of Castleton. A ghost, allegedly that of a young servant is reputed to haunt the inn along with many other apparitions.Today you will find a warm welcome from the landlords who will be pleased to share with you their extensive local knowledge. The pub itself has a traditional feel with stone floors, oak beams and decorative brass in keeping with its historical ties. It also has four well appointed letting rooms.
The George is a lovely inn located in the popular tourist area of the Peak District National Park. Well kept ales are complimented by an excellent menu. Here everyone is made to feel welcome, whether dining or just having a relaxing drink in the bar area. With a large restaurant designed and decorated in a traditional style, a large bar with several secluded seating areas for those wishing to enjoy the tranquil surroundings, and a fantastic family area, there is something for everyone here at the George. This is the perfect place to stay for walking, touring, cycling, caving in fact anything you may want to do including relaxing!

George Inn

Northampton Road, Brixworth
Situated in the village of Brixworth, The George is a relaxing traditional village inn with a contemporary twist. Serving home-made food with quality ales and fine wines.

Gloucester Arms

Gloucester Road, Bedford
The Gloucester Arms is situated on the edge of Bedford and has two seperate bars, enclosed park in the rear garden for families. As well a great atmosphere and a friendly welcome

The Goat

37 Sopwell Lane, St Albans
The Goat Inn public house is a historic and important pub and former coaching inn situated in the old centre of St Albans providing quality real ale, home cooked food and bed & breakfast.

Golden Ball

High Street, Boxworth
The Golden Ball is a beautiful 16th Century thatched building situated one mile from the A14 in the village of Boxworth.

The Hotel has eleven rooms which include The Directors Room and The Chairman's Suite which can be used for a family room to sleep up to six. The Directors Room and The Chairman's Suite have air conditioning and pollen filtration.

All rooms have full en-suite facilities including power showers and bath, and we have one room adapted for wheel chair users.
Also in the bedrooms are colour T.V. mini bar tea and coffee making facilities, direct dial telephones, broadband connection, hair-dryers and we can also provide iron and ironing board.

All our rooms are comfortable with pleasant views in a relaxing and peaceful environment. Included in the room rate is a choice of full English or Continental breakfast.

Golden Crane

Avon Road, Upminster
The Golden Crane is a large one room pub situated in Cranham; a residential suburb on the outer edges of Greater London. The densely populated area with approx 13,000 residents has grown via urban sprawl from the eastern edges of northeast London yet equally provides easy access to the Essex countryside. Located close to the A12 and M25 with great public transport links to Central London

Golden Cross

Wixford Road, Alcester
Remote 18th Century country pub with well conditioned ales and friendly service. Sit outside in our large garden and patio area on hot sunny days or snuggle up next to the wood burner on those cold winter nights. Always lots of food and drinks deals and offerings.

Golden Pheasant

71 High Street, Biggleswade
Description and information about the Pub, where it is located, what you have to offer – nice friendly service etc, style of food, quizzes nights, large garden etc etc.
A country pub in the middle of town, near to both railway and bus stations.
Speciality beer house with six real ales on all the time, priding ourselves on being both Cask Marque accredited and being featured in the Good beer guide.
Recent winner of East Beds CAMRA Pub of the Year.
No intrusive music, pool tables televisions or gaming machines, A proper pub!
Large patio area to rear, and child safe.

Gordon Arms

118 Castle Road, Bedford
Situated in the centre of Bedford the Gordon Arms, combines the best of a traditional English pub with European cafe culture

A warm welcome awaits at this newly refurbished pub with contemporary interior and outside seating options.

The extensive bar offers a wide range of beers, ales and wines from around the world.

Tasty freshly prepared meals from locally sourced ingredients. Weekend brunch is a speciality.

In addition, the Ent.Shed is a unique entertainment venue hosting a wide variety of acts and events.

Gorringe Park

29 London Road, Tooting
Newly refurbished in a classic style with a contemporary twist. The Gorringe Park is the pub equivalent of the den of iniquity. It boasts a secret garden with a fire pit, dining supper club rooms, and it's very own boutique film room. In addition to this, you will see all the pub classics along with six tasty ales to sup away at and our infamous British Tapas menu. The Gorringe is two doors down from Tooting railway station in the heart of a vibrant London community.


10 Queen Street, Peterborough
The Grapevine is situated in the pedestrianised area of Peterborough City Centre, adjacent to the Queensgate Shopping Centre. This 3 storey town building has a ground floor bar and courtyard to rear. This friendly pub caters to all.

Greyhound Inn

Stone Road, Stafford
Public House in a Tudor-style building by the A34 at Yarlet. This house has a huge dining area for up to 120 people. Renowned for excellent food at reasonable prices.


Bedford Road, Moggerhanger

Half Moon

108 High Street, Kempston
Newly refurbished this Community local offers lunchtime food Mon-Fri, a large garden and playarea. Smoking area & patio. Entertainment includes Karaoke, Disco, race night & quizzes.

Half Moon

42 Main Road, Grendon
The Half Moon has a tradition 'Olde Worlde' Charm, & it's open plan bar benefits from exposed beams & a open fireplace. Included in the Good Pub Guide 2007.

Hands & Shears

Church Hanborough, Witney
The Hand and Shears is a lovely Traditional Country Inn made from Cotswold stone and set in a delightful village opposite the church.

The Hand and Shears offer home cooked local produce served 7 days a week.

Hare & Hounds

Old Warden, Biggleswade
Traditional country pub with warm friendly atmosphere focusing on fresh home cooked food. Good selection of wine and a large garden available. Situated close to Shuttleworth House and the Shuttleworth Collection.


Longland Road, Northampton
Good comunity pub.

High Flyer

69 Newnham Street, Ely
We have a simple philosophy at The High Flyer – we employ great people that give great service; buy the best ingredients for homemade, freshly cooked dishes; serve generous portions at competitive prices and have our restaurant full of character that are ideal for intimate meals for two to large get-togethers.
Our menu is HUGE; we have specials and a Gold Standard Carvery every day, a Bar Menu, a Kid’s Menu for our younger guests and a Dessert Menu to die for! And as you might expect, our cellars are stocked with the widest range of cask ales, premium lagers, spirits and wines from around the world – our Whisky Wall is renowned, too!
So, come over to The High Flyer, relax and let us look after you with good home cooked food and a warm welcome.


26 High Street, Lavendon
The Horseshoe can be found in the centre of the village of Lavendon. The pub has a traditional style and many of its original features such as wooden beams and open fires to keep you warm on a frosty night. With a good mix of customers, you can come along to enjoy a drink in a relaxed atmosphere or sample our delicious home cooked food. We prepare our food from fresh local ingredients and cook to order. Along with our main menu we offer a specials board for even more choice. In the warmer weather, you can unwind and benefit from the sunshine in our garden whilst enjoying a thirst-quenching drink. Along with top quality food, drink and company you will receive a friendly, traditional welcome when visiting the Horseshoe.


High Street, Blunham
A warm welcome can always be found at this family pub in the quaint village location of Blunham. With open log fire to relax by in those cold winter months or large garden to enjoy a great pint of Cask ale in the summer months, we also have a play area for children. We cater for large groups including Christenings, Birthday’s etc, and the pub is ideal for walkers using the many surrounding routes.

Jolly Coopers

Ward Hedges, Flitton
An attractive traditional country pub with garden. 40 seater restaurant serving traditional home cooked Country fayre and specialising in fish dishes.

Jolly Sailor

Stonecross, St Albans
Jolly Sailor is situated in the Bernard's Heath area of St Albans & is only a 10 minute walk from the centre of town. It features 2 bars, one with a pool table and darts board & the other a cosy lounge bar. Food served Sat 12noon to 9pm, Sun 12noon 5:30pm to 9pm & Tue-Fri 12noon to 2.30pm & 5:30pm to 9pm.

Kilkeney Inn

Andoversford, Cheltenham
Located in the small Cotswold village of Foxcote near Andoversford, The Kilkenney Inn is the perfect mix of sophistication, style and traditional values. Sparkling with excellence as soon as you walk through the door, the pub offers polished quarry tiles on the floor, low beams, the bar area has comfortable seats that just invite you to sit down and relax next to the open fires. It boasts a terrific food menu, some a la cart menu choices, large dining area as well as a large alfresco dining area.

King Edward

158 Queens Street, Rushden
The King Edward is currently CLOSED.

King William

The Hollow, Earls Shilton
Situated on the main road this house has a large car park located at the rear of the building and large seated patio area. Three rooms await you, Bar, small lounge and large lounge for entertainment.

King William IV

56 High Street, Kempston
A delightful country style pub on the outskirts of Kempston where a warm welcome awaits, along with a excellent restaurant and great bar meals.
The Inn has been comfortably furnished and has open log fires. There is ample parking and a large landscaped garden.

Can cater for weddings, anniversaries, birthday parties, call for further details on suggested menus.

Kings Arms

Severn Drive, Newport Pagnell
Situated just off Junction 14 of the M1 near Milton Keynes, The Kings Arms Newport Pagnell is the perfect place to enjoy excellent food, ranging from a traditional home cooked Sunday lunch roast to our speciality sirloin steaks or an all day breakfast!

Ideal for business lunches (we have free wi-fi), plus we have a large carpark, gardens, children's play area and can offer outside catering!

Knife and Cleaver

The Grove , Houghton Conquest
The Knife and Cleaver is situated in the beautiful rural location of Houghton Conquest, in mid-Bedfordshire.

This traditional village pub has all the character you would expect, with beamed ceilings, inglenook and wood burning fireplaces, as well as Jacobean wood panelling from Houghton House.
The private dining area has approximately 25 covers in luxrious surroundings. With a large garden and patio area situated at the rear of the building, this pub also has ample parking for 25 cars.
The Knife and Cleaver offers 3 Superior King rooms, 4 Standard King rooms and 2 Standard Twin rooms.


Orlingbury Road, Little Harrowden
Good food offered in friendly atmosphere. Typical British pub.

London Town

14 Rue des Pretres, Toulouse
A traditional English pub, set in the midst of the hustle and bustle of this city. The young clientele, lively music and great atmosphere make this one of the most popular pubs in Toulouse

Merlins Cave

High Street, Chalfont St Giles
The home of premium d’rinking and d’ining in the heart of Chalfont St Giles.

Located opposite the village green and with a garden that nestles between the River Misbourne and the Parish church, you will be hard-pushed to find a better location to relax, unwind with friends or colleagues during the week, or a weekend treat with those close to you.

With an all-fresh-food restaurant and a uniquely-designed bar (serving hand-crafted beers and Mission wines from New Zealand), we are always here for you.

Mill Hotel

32/34 Mill Street, Bedford
Town centre with nine bedrooms available.

Moon & Sixpence

Main Street, Nr. Banbury
Set in the quintessential English village of Hanwell just outside Banbury this recently fully refurbished country pub and restaurant is the perfect retreat for business as well as pleasure, serving quality food and traditional real ales.
Surrounded by stunning countryside it is the ideal stopping off point whilst out walking or riding.

The Moorings

Myton Road, Leamington Spa
The Moorings canal side pub and kitchen in Myton Road has reopened following an imaginative and stylish £250k makeover, creating new jobs and introducing an award winning dining experience to both Warwick and Leamington Spa, The pub restaurant, which closed in August 2010, is now under new ownership and has been revitalised by the two young entrepreneurs, who won this year’s national Best Food Pub of the Year Award for The Stag at Offchurch.

Charles Harris and Nigel Brown have transformed The Moorings into a relaxing maritime ‘New England’ style environment, to capture the building’s two storey architectural features and its exceptional waterside location on the Grand Union Canal. The protégés of Raymond Blanc continue to be influenced by their mentor and only use preferred and trusted local suppliers to source fresh seasonal produce and the finest ingredients wherever possible. The menus reflect the favoured Anglo-French cuisine, which has become the hallmark of their success, including a more extensive lunchtime menu.

Innovative starters include the duo’s signature soufflé dishes, parfait and the appetising sharing plates for two, which are now offered with the added option of a box of baked camembert. The Moorings is also introducing a herb pancake range, which is offered as either a starter or a light lunch option. All members of staff also take pride in knowing the origins of all produce served, which includes the finest 28 day dry-aged Aberdeenshire beef, and local free range poultry. This features the succulent range of Aubrey Allen steaks served on beech blocks with homemade chips and a range of freshly prepared sauces. Joining the team at The Moorings is another national award winning chef, Gavin Allcock, who has left the Rose & Crown in Warwick to provide a key role in the new venture, producing high quality food at value for money prices.

Commenting at the launch of The Moorings, Charles Harris said: “We’re absolutely thrilled with the refurbishment and all the finishing touches which have well exceeded our expectations, in terms of style and impact. Thanks to the help and support of all our expert specialist contractors, the project has been completed in record time and to budget. We just hope our customers are as excited about the new food and drink oasis as we are, and we look forward to welcoming everyone through our doors, even well behaved four legged friends!”

Speaking about the new look to the pub, he explained that the essence of the design was to bring a touch of New England to ‘Olde’ England, as The Moorings captures its connections to the historical heritage of nearby Warwick Castle. “We recognised the importance of balancing the New England maritime hues of ‘Niagra’ blue with influences of rural Warwickshire and therefore introduced contrasting shades of pistachio with rum caramel and iced frappé tones to reflect the county’s outstanding landscape. Our in-house interior design team then utilised a mix of international fabrics, leather and natural wood with maritime artefacts to create different traditional and sophisticated dining and drinking environments on both the two floors”, he added.

In contrast to the wide range of local beers and cask ales available, wine connoisseurs at The Moorings will marvel at the spectacular glass fronted wine cellar, which provides a central focal point to the ground floor bar area, offering wines from around the world by the bottle, or glass.

Mulberry Bush

Southfield Centre, Kempston
The Mulberry Bush is situated in the heart of Kempston in Bedford. A good local community pub offering pool, darts and satellite TV showing a variety of sporting events.

Great selection of beers, ales, wines and spirits on offer. Lovely paved outside area with bench seating to the rear of the pub.

Narrow Boat at Weedon

Watling Street, Weedon
Recently refurbished August 2011.

Family run Country Pub and Dining with En-suite Canalside Rooms, Alfresco Dining Under Heated Deck Areas and Gardens over looking the Grand Union Canal and Countryside.

Food is freshly prepared by an Award Nominated Chef and sourced from local suppliers where possible.

Food and drinks can be served to you in the bar, restaurant, heated deck areas or beside the canal on the lawns.

We can cater for parties from 1 to 200+, weddings, wakes, christenings, celebrations, business meetings, etc.

New Bowling Green

13 St Nicholas, Warwick
15th century Tudor style building with open fires, & large beautiful walled beer garden backing onto St Nicholas Park, and one minute walk from Warwick Castle's main gate.

New Inn

2 Bradwell Road, Milton Keynes
Situated next to the canal side this pub has extensive gardens, large car park, moorings, two bars and a restaurant.

New Sun Inn

20 High Street, Kimbolton
16th century Pub with separate lounge bar with open fire place, restaurant, conservatory and patio area. Offering a wide selection of fine food and a extensive wine list and quality real ales.


Peregrine Way, Bicester
Based in an affluent area of Bicester, the Nightingale offers a warm friendly welcome with a good lively atmosphere. Great beer offering and a very good freshly cooked food offering. There is also a large beer garden available.

North Western Hotel

, Wolverton
The North Western is your friendly, traditional English pub.
The all new Western re-opened in August 2010, following a major refurbishment.
Good beer and good cheer are over here at the Western and we also offer you:
Good value quality pub food, using local produce (served all day until 8pm).
Breakfast Menu (from 9am).
Ever changing selection of Real Ales - Cask Marque Accredited.
Tea and coffee served all day.
An Interesting and varied wine list.
Live Sports on 4 big screens.
Wi-fi (coming soon).

Ken, Sue, Boris and the team look forward to welcoming you soon.
In the mean time visit our website for more information and find us on Facebook!

Oakley Arms

98 - 104 High Street, Harrold

The Oddfellows Arms

15 Leyton Green, Harpenden
A town pub close to the centre of Harpenden. Home cooked food available every lunchtime, and traditional pub games played in the evening.

Old Cherry Tree

8 Cherry Tree Lane, Great Houghton
A traditional 16th century thatched pub hidden away in Northamptonshires beautiful countryside - with trade focusing on great food and real ales, which ensures that the pub enjoys considerable support by the local village and surrounding areas.

Old Cock Inn

58 The High Street, Harpenden
The Old Cock Inn is a traditional 16th Century pub with a relaxed ambiance where anyone and everyone is welcome.

The menu is reasonably varied serving homecooked food and daily specials, this attracts families and professionals at weekends and during the week.

There is a reasonable amount of outside seating which is set away from the main high street of Harpenden for a more secluded drink on warm summer night.

Old Crown

1 Stoke Road, Ashton
The Old Crown Is situated in the small village of Ashton which is just off the A508 - halfway between Northampton and Milton Keynes - tucked between the trees and hills of beautiful English countryside.

At the heart of the village, The Old Crown is a warm and welcoming traditional inn with a beautiful garden to enjoy the summer sunshine and a cosy interior for colder winter evenings.

With great home cooked food and a friendly relaxing atmosphere this
Traditional Country Pub serves quality real ales and fine wine.

Old Sun

87 Dunstable Street, Ampthill
The Old Sun, is your friendly local in the heart of Ampthill.

A traditional style pub providing a relaxed and friendly atmosphere with beams and log fires and a great selection of well kept cask ales.

Why not soak up the sun in the warmer months in our beautiful garden and patio and there's plenty of parking too.

Old White Horse

1 Station Road, Baldock
Welcome to the Old White Horse, your new home from home in the heart of Baldock, where our love comes in threes! Think light crispy artisan pizza (cooked in our amazing wood-fired oven), warming one-pots of comfort food (bubbling mac n cheese anyone?) and pints of beer (crafted at our Grandfathers Brewery).

Standing proud, just off the A1 junction 10 and a 2-minute walk from the train station; I’d guess you’d call us one big happy family who are always here when you want a drink or a bite to eat.

Olde Coach House

Main Street, Rugby

Olde Kings Arms

41 High Street, Hemel Hempstead
The Olde Kings Arms is a two bar pub with garden & is located in the pleasant old town of Hemel Hempstead

The Park

98 Kimbolton Road, Bedford
An attractive pub on the outskirts of Bedford town centre, with a great choice of food. Select from their light bites menu in the bar or dining room the main menu. There is an extensive wine menu and conservatory. There is ample parking and a pleasant walled garden.

Peacock Inn

Church Corner, Redmile
The Peacock Inn is a traditional country inn located in the beautiful village of Redmile with beamed ceilings, open fires and a warm friendly atmosphere. The setting is perfect for you to relax and savour their fine wines, cask conditioned ales and delicious food. Located in the oldest part of the building is the bar area, and has served beer since 1795, the earliest known landlord being one Mr William Furnidge. On warmer days you can watch village life go by and enjoy the sunshine on the delightful gravel patio.


300 Kimbolton Road, Bedford
A large community pub with a large garden & childrens play area, situated on the edge of Bedford. Serving a selection of bar snacks and Sunday Lunches. Children Welcome.


High Street, Newport Pagnell
Situated on the High Street of Newport Pagnell approximately 5 miles from the centre of Milton Keynes, this pub is really at the heart of the community. With its two bar set up you can relax in the lounge or go in the sports bar to watch Sky Sports or have a game of pool, it also offers a variety of pub games, patio area & car park.


London Road, Stony Stratford
Gerry, Debbie and the team would like to welcome you to the new-look Plough, Stony Stratford. Originally a 19th century schoolhouse, the Plough has since been serving good food and drink to its customers since circa 1937.

The pub now offers great quality home-cooked food, a full selection of lagers, wines and beers, including Bedford brewed ales Bombardier and Eagle. The pub offers a variety of entertainment including screening of all major sports fixtures, quiz nights, discos and also has its own male and female darts teams.
Come and see our new-look...
The pub has recently had a lick of paint inside along with new external signage, and the bar and dining areas have been refurbished to make it a great place to watch the game, socialise with friends or have lunch, choosing something from the delicious new menu that we have created for you.
Come along and see us soon to try something from our new menu, one of our ales or award-winning wines or just relax with a coffee and some lunch reading the days papers.


Simpson Village, Milton Keynes
Set in the old village of Simpson on the banks of the Grand Union Canal, this traditional pub offers a warm and modern looking restaurant and bar area, serving both traditional bar fair and a full a la carte menu, four real ales, and a selection of over fifty wines by the bottle &
twenty by the glass. Food served 7 days a week.


96 Watling Street, Towcester
The Plough is a 400 year old pub situated on the Market Square in the Town Centre of Towcester and has recently been refurbished in June 2009. It has a lovely patio garden to the rear of the pub where you can relax with with a glass of wine or a great pint of cask beer. The Plough serves Traditional and Modern Cuisine.

Plough and Harrow

88 Southdown Road, Harpenden
The Plough and Harrow is a traditional pub with good food, real ale and a fantastic music quiz every thursday. There is an excellent variation of live music bands every Saturday all for free!.

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Prince Albert

Vicarage Road, Milton Keynes
Located in the heart of Bradwell village, 5 minutes from Milton Keynes train station. A friendly family run business which offers an ever changing guest ale list, a fantastic wine selection and homemade food with a fantastic Sunday lunch menu. There is a child safe beer garden, play area and sun patio. Quiz nights, karaoke’s, beer festivals, local pool and darts teams make this a welcoming heart of the community.

Prince Of Wales

Northampton Road, Bromham
The Prince of Wales is in the heart of Bromham, a delightful Bedfordshire village.

Re-opened for Christmas 2016 the Prince of Wales has been given an extensive, and impressive, refurbishment which brings the decor of this historic venue right up to date.

New tenant, Chris Sweeting, brings a wealth of experience to this new venture and will be pleased to return the Prince of Wales to it's former glories.

With an extensive menu of traditional pub food, a great wine list, and a wide selection of spirits, soft drinks, and locally brewed Wells and Young's ales (plus the odd regional guest), the Prince of Wales is the perfect venue to enjoy a quiet lunch with friends or work colleagues, or a family get together.

Parties of any size are welcome, and we will be happy to discuss either set menus or buffet options for larger groups.

To the rear of the pub is our fabulous beer garden, a real hidden gem in the village - ideal for relaxing of a summers afternoon.

Whatever it is that you want from a village pub, we will be happy to provide at the Prince of Wales Bromham, so please pop in and give us a try.

Have a look at our website to see what's on and take a look a look at our menu. While you are on there, why not register with us to receive news and information about The Prince of Wales.

Prince Of Wales

24 Bedford Street, Ampthill
Traditional red bricked town inn with accommodation, where the emphasis is on hospitality - from welcoming ambience & the attentive service to the quality of the eating experience. Lovingly refurbished, The Prince of Wales delights with it's individually designed surroundings & consideration to detail.

Queens Head

20 Woburn Street, Ampthill
The Queens Head is situated on Woburn Street in the picturesque Georgian town of Ampthill. Nearby are some lovely walks in Ampthill Park and the nature reserve at the top of Almeda Walk. Also the town has some charming individual shops and an Antiqu Emporiam.
It is a community pub with a village atmosphere, with two cosy bars and a tented smoking area on an outside patio area.
It offers a range of Real & Guest Ales from Charles Wells Brewery together with a selection of lagers and fine wines.
It is a dog friendly pub(except on festival days), so after a healthy walk, you and your four legged friends can enjoy a relaxing drink and a bowl of water.

Queens Head

The Lane, Tebworth

Railway Arms

Station Road, Saffron Walden
Situated in the Town Centre, The Railway Arms is Cask Marque accredited and serves Good Food and has a Beer Garden.

This is a popular pub that serves good value food daily.

Railway Tavern

3 East Barnet Road, New Barnet
Community pub with a friendly atmosphere which is sports and food orientated.
Heated beer garden with outdoor 42'LCD screens to watch the football.


Ranelagh Road, Wellingborough
Garden and patio area

Red Bull

11 Barton Road, Cambridge
The Red Bull is situated in the ward of Newham, a short walk from the centre of Cambridge. The pub is family friendly, serving good pub food and also specialises in pizza.

Red Lion

89 High Street, Yardley Hastings
A traditional thatched country pub located on the A428 between Northampton and Bedford. It offers good quality Homemade Food, a selection of Real Ales and a range of Wines. The recently decorated restaurant seats approx. 20 people with an adjoining function room seating an extra 20 people. There is ample parking and a large beer garden - families are very welcome.

Red Lion

11 Market Place, Brackley
A market place town centre pub, serving traditional pub food. Accommodation and small function room available.

Red Lion

Bedford Road, Wilstead
The Red Lion is situated off the A6 close to Bedford.

The Red Lion has recently been redecorated inside to a high standard. Why not relax or try a bar meal in our cosy lounge bar or there is a seperate bar for your sports.

Red Lion

Main Street, Denton
The Red Lion is at the heart of the pretty village of Denton.

Licensees Ian and Pauline Goldman run a high quality, traditional pub for all to enjoy.

Come along to enjoy a drink, or sample our delicious home cooked food - prepared from fresh local ingredients. You can choose to relax inside our lovely pub, or in the warmer months why not enjoy our decking area or our rear garden, great for Al Fresco drinking or dining.

long with top quality food, drink and entertainment, you will receive a friendly, warm welcome when visiting the Red Lion in Denton.

Wide Range of Cask Ales,
Wines from around the World,
Home made Pub Food,
Regular Events.

Have a look at our website to see what's on and take a look a look at our menu. While you are on there, why not register with us to receive news and information about The Red Lion in Denton.

The Red Lion was extensively refurbished in June 2010.

Opening Times:
Tuesday - Saturday 12pm-3pm and 5.30pm-11pm,
Sunday 12pm-4pm and 7pm -10:30pm
Closed on Monday (Except for Bank Holidays)

Red Lion Hotel

Wavendon Road, Salford
Country Inn with restaurant and large garden, serving good food and offering accommodation (booking advised).

Red Lion Hotel

Main Street, East Haddon
Situated in the heart of the Northamptonshire countryside this pub is a perfect setting for weddings, seminars etc. The Red Lion boasts a 45 seater dining room and 5 en suite bedrooms.

Rising Sun

11 Everton Road, Potton
Market town pub serving good food and real ales.

The Robin Hood

9 Place Alexandre Laissac, Montpellier
As a John Bull pub, The Robin Hood offers a distinctive and large range of English beers on tap and in bottles, direct from The Wells & Young’s brewery in Bedfordshire, England. We have a range of hot and cold soft drinks, cocktails and spirits ansd wines. The Robin Hood is also proud to offer our famous and delicious jacket potatoes as well as sandwiches and salads. Happy hour everyday from 7pm till 8.30pm.
We really do have something for everyone and with a welcoming international team, a variety of fun activities such as quiz nights, darts competitions, great music and board games.

Romer Arms

The Green, Daventry
Newly refurbished village pub on the green. Traditional British food at reasonable prices. The pub also has a large garden.


81 London Road, Cambridge
Set in relaxing surroundings, The Rose is a traditional English country pub 15 minutes out of Cambridge town centre. Serving good food and Cask Marque accredited.

Rose & Crown

Silver Street, Newport Pagnell
The Rose and Crown is a two storey traditional rendered built building with a patio area to the rear with a smoking shelter and a car park. It is situated just off the High Street in Newport Pagnell. It has great staff, lovely lunches with quality fillings, curry platters etc, home made. Opening times: Monday to Thursday 11am - 11pm, Friday & Saturday 11am - 12 Midnight, Sunday 12 noon till 11pm.

Games night every Thursday from 7:30pm, Open Mic Night on Friday's from 8pm, Live music on Saturday from 8:30pm and Quiz night every Sunday from 7:30pm.

Rose and Crown

89 High Street, Ridgmont
Even after 300 years, The Rose & Crown still plays a central part in village life. Today we play host to any number of clubs, businesses, families and interest groups, all looking for somewhere to relax, meet friends, sample fine ales, lagers ciders and wholesome pub grub. Our role as a coaching inn still continues today and we often cater for coach parties or tours looking for a welcome break from the road. The pub has two bar areas and a raised dining area as well as The Stables. So whether you're looking for a quiet drink with friends or a place for a family get together, we've got plenty of space for everyone! We are in the village of Ridgemont, which is in the beautiful rural Bedfordshire countryside. We are only a 10 minute drive from Milton Keynes, Ampthill and Flitwick. We also have easy access to the M1(J13), A507 & A421.

Rose Inn

Main Road, Baxterley
Davey & Co
11 Market Street, Nottingham NG1 6HY
Tel: 0115 979 9189

Round Bush

Round Bush Lane, Watford
The Round Bush is well known for its selection of real ales and having a great beer garden.

Royal Oak

42 Sparrow Herne, Bushey
A charming community pub, full of character that is welcoming to regulars and new visitors.

Snuggle up in front of the open fire. Relax and enjoy a quiet drink with friends or watch live sports shown on plasma screens. At weekends enjoy the Free live music which includes a range of artists from solo performers to tribute acts to rock bands.

Children are welcome up until 9pm and can enjoy themselves in the newly developed playground.

Royal Oak

56 Oldbury Road, Hartshill
The Royal Oak is situated in Oldbury Road, Hartshill, Nuneaton 100 yards away from Hartshill Hayes Country Park. It is a traditional community local, offering a warm and friendly welcome.
Sunny days can be spent watching the world go by at benches to the front of the pub or to the rear there is a more relaxed area in the cobbled courtyard leading down to the sprawling garden and decking area, ideal to relax and enjoy your drink on any sunny days. BBQ’s and other events take place most weekends in the garden ranging from themed food nights on the BBQ to fun days and other activities, often seeing the garden full during the summer months.
During the respective seasons we have various teams and clubs that use the pub as their base and most weekdays you can hear the sound of dominoes shuffling, the call of a 180 being hit on the dart board or the balls being racked up for another frame of pool.
This really is a community local where most nights are taken up by one or another of the clubs or teams that use the pub as their base.

Royal Oak

High Street, Houghton Conquest

Salisbury Arms

Tenison Road, Cambridge
Welcome to the Salisbury Arms, your new home from home in the heart of Cambridge, where our love comes in threes! Think light crispy artisan pizza (cooked in our amazing wood-fired oven), warming one-pots of comfort food (bubbling mac n cheese anyone?) and pints of beer (crafted at our Grandfathers Brewery).

Standing proud on Tenison Road and just 5 minutes walk from the train station; I’d guess you’d call us one big happy family who are always here when you want a drink or a bite to eat.


12 Rue de la Petite Loge, Montpellier
The Shakespeare proposes traditional ales and lagers in a sumptuous 17th century building just a short stroll from the bustling 'place de la comedie'.

Our charming setting, the professional and cheerful team, our English beers from Wells & Young's brewery in Bedfordshire, England and our great selection of other products and entertainment, all combine to create a unique pub experience for new customers to discover and for regular customers to enjoy, over and over again.

Sherlock Holmes

16/18 Rue Judaique, Bordeaux
Located just off the Place de Gambetta, The Sherlock Holmes offers traditional English beers in a traditional pub, with great service by our friendly International bar staff. It has a terrace for those nice sunny days or the cosy interior for the cold winter nights. During the weekdays, we serve traditional Jacket Potatoes. For fun, come and see us on Wednesday nights for our Quiz Night and be in for a chance to win a bottle of Vodka or Whiskey. All Live sports can be watched on our large TV’S.


102 Bromham Road, Bedford
The Ship is situated on the edge of Bedford Town Centre. Always a great atmosphere to enjoy the great variety of beers, ales, wines and spirits.

Offers satellite TV, pool and darts. Regular karaoke on a Friday night and the more relaxing games of poker on a Sunday.

The Ship also offers a selection of lunchtime and evening meals. With a lovely walled garden at the rear and plenty of seating to escape the bustle of the town.


Northfield Avenue, Cambridge
A large community pub set on the Arbury Estate. Welcoming families and children. There is a small bar menu including Sunday roasts. The pub offers a beer garden with a patio and built in BBQ area. A great welcoming, friendly service for all occasions.

Shoulder Of Mutton

2 Brookside, Rugby
A delightful 18th century village pub in Stretton on Dunsmore

Come and visit us for a welcome moment to relax with a great pint of real ale, chat with friends old and new or perhaps enjoy a delicious homecooked meal.

At the Shoulder of Mutton we'll do our best to ensure you have a great time, be it relaxing or having a bit of fun testing the old grey matter in our weekly quiz.

Shoulder of Mutton is a quaint, rustic and cosy pub, with a real, roaring log fire for those cold winter months and authentic beamed ceiling, relax in our 'snug' and chat to our friendly staff or sit back and enjoy our smooth music selection. In the summer months enjoy a great pint or glass of Pimms in our large beer garden. For the odd special occasion why not come and check out our live entertainment acts see our website for more details.

Silver Cup

5 St Albans Road, Harpenden
Traditional English pub situated on the idyllic Harpenden Common and which is close to the town centre. The Silver Cup has an intimate lounge bar ideal for enjoying our beautifully home cooked meals or simply relaxing with friends. The sports bar is perfect for enjoying a lovely pint of Real Ale or a fabulous glass of our carefully chosen wines.

Somerstown Coffee House

60 Chalton Street, London
Traditional London pub.


58 The Boundary, Bedford
The Sportsman is situated in the heart of the local community in Bedford.

The hub of the local community offering a good range of pub games including pool, darts and dominoes. Satellite TV showing a variety of sporting events and a game of bingo on a Wednesday afternoon attracts a variety of ages.

Lovely outside seating and decked smoking shelter to the side of the pub

Spread Eagle

147 Wellingborough Road, Northampton
Maureen and Paul welcome you to The Spread Eagle on the Wellingborough Road.

We pride ourselves on live music, live sporting events and creating a great atmosphere for our customers.

Pop in for some good food, great times and make sure you take a look at our up and coming events.

Stag Inn

The Green, Nr Leighton Buzzard
The Stag is an attractive, popular pub and restaurant that prides itself on high quality service, relaxed dining and a comfortable drinking experience. The Stag retains a separate traditional country bar. Situated in the affluent and picturesque village of Mentmore, there are a host of great shops and attractions drawing in custom from near and far. Easily reached from many major town and main roads.

Stags Head

High Street, Earls Barton
Recently refurbished, The Stags Head is a traditional village pub close to Wellingborough, Northampton and the M1, A1 and A14.

Our lovely pub has a two bar operation and a function room, perfect for private parties. We specialise in Cask Ales and currently stock five brands. We also offer traditional pub food, a quality wine list, entertainment, team games and we now show live sports.

The Stags Head has a large, safe pub garden, completely enclosed, making it idea for families too! We are open all day, every day from 12noon.


High Street, Clapham
Situated on the main High Street of Clapham village, approximately 3 miles from Bedford. This 2 bar pub offers TV Sports, games and a large garden.

Star & Garter

The Green, Chelveston
The Star and Garter is a traditional village pub, set in a lovely country setting. With gardens at the rear, and a seating area at the front to watch the world go by. With real ales, fantastic pub food, a real fire and a warm and friendly service.

Star Inn

22 Market Place, Woodstock
The Star Inn is a town centre pub situated in the smallest town in England, Woodstock. This is close to Blenheim Palace and just north of Oxford. The Star has always been an Inn dating back to 1638. There is a barn, formerly a stable in the garden, which houses up to 80 people. The front garden area overlooks the beautiful Town Square. The main pub has kept its traditional features with oak beams and log fires. Customers can enjoy these surroundings whilst sampling some quality beers and real ales.

Stoke Newington Tea House

102 Church Street, London

Sugar Loaf

Station Road, Amersham
The Sugar Loaf Inn in Little Chalfont is situated within The Chilterns, a most beautiful part of England. You will enjoy a fine drinking and dining experience amongst contemporary décor and modern, comfortable furnishings that complement many of the original features.

The food philosophy is simple; relying on quality, fresh ingredients with uncomplicated presentation and value for money.
Service is relaxed and informal but with a commitment to taking care of the details. There is an eat anywhere policy. There is also a large garden to the rear which sees plenty of al fresco dining during the warmer summer months.

Sun Inn

Grange Road, Felmersham
Situated in the North Bedfordshire village of Felmersham, this traditional pub restaurant is the perfect warm & welcoming environment for you to enjoy our delicious food, quality wines & excellent service.


1 Dunstable Road, Flitwick
The Swan is a popular and traditional pub situated in the heart of Flitwick, Bedfordshire. It treats its customers to a warm and friendly environment where they can catch up in the sports bar or retreat to the cosy dining area for a bite to eat.

Swan Inn

1 Winslow Road, Great Horwood
Refurbished Gastro Pub offering locally source fresh produce, great wines and good selection of real ales. Comfortable lounge bar and secluded garden

Swan Inn

Broughton Road, Milton Keynes
The Swan is a 13th century thatched pub with log fires, stylish yet cosy dining room and a spacious garden.

Swan with Two Nicks

High Street, Sharnbrook
The Swan at Two Nicks is a local village pub on the High Street in Sharnbrook. Specialising in good quality Real Ale and good quality hospitality. A pub in the centre of the village and the centre of the community.


5 North Street, Stilton
The Talbot Inn is a traditional village pub in the heart of the famous village of Stilton in Cambridgeshire.
When the weather gets better you can relax during the long summer evenings in our beautiful beer garden, and when it gets colder, you can warm yourself around our open log fires.


High Street, Huntingdon

The Plough

Leverstock Green Road, Hemel Hempstead
The Plough & Dragon is situated in a residential area within a rural, out of the way, location. This venue had a refurbishment in Winter 2011 which has transformed the pub's look and offers a whole new traditional and Thai dining experience - there is nothing like this in the area. Inside is cosy, has a decor of sumptuous colours and a series of chesterfield, wing backed chairs and comfy sofas makes for a relaxed experience. As well as a delicious variety of traditional meals from our bar menu you can also enjoy delights from our extensive Thai menu! Our restaurant is spacious and has a very stylish Thai theme which makes for an even better Thai experience. The Plough is very popular with our clientele of regular locals and visitors from further afield are made very welcome. Throughout the summer months you can enjoy a pleasant drink with friends in the sunny beer garden. Beverages can be chosen from the well stocked bar which includes classic real ales. If you are in the vicinity our friendly team will always give you a warm welcome.

Three Compasses

Pegmire Lane, Aldenham

Welcome to The Three Compasses, Aldenham

We simply cannot wait to show you what we've been working on and serve up the great food that you expect from this stunning country pub in our humble, leafy corner of Hertfordshire. Donald Russell steaks, Pate of the week, Burgers, Risotto, Fish board, Med board and more!

Three Horseshoes

Winkwell,, Hemel Hempstead
The Three Horseshoes is a traditional 16th Century pub just a few minutes from the busy A41 but tucked away down a narrow lane which opens out on to the Grand Union Canal. First impressions are breathtaking. It is quintessentially charming - full of beams, nooks and crannies and three inglenook fireplaces. In winter you will be greeted with roaring log fires. In summer enjoy dining al fresco on the peaceful canal side patio where you can while away the hours watching the boats sail through the swing bridge.

Tollemache Arms

High Street, Harrington
The Tollemache Arms is a 16th century Inn situated in the idyllic Northamptonshire village of Harrington. The 'Tolly'. The service is relaxed and friendly and a range of menus are offered to suit all tastes.

Two Boats

Southam Road, Long Itchington
The Two Boats Inn is a traditional canalside inn located on the Grand Union Canal, in the village of Long Itchington, South Warwickshire. It provides a friendly atmosphere and has good ales and fine hot and cold food.

Two Brewers

1 Northaw Road West, Potters Bar
The Two Brewers is a picturesque pub on the outside and full of character inside, it retains a certain charm, with old beams and a few nooks and crannies.

Unicorn Inn

Market Place, Deddington
Family friendly pub/restaurant with letting rooms. Comfortable bar and popular restaurant serving English & European food. Excellent Sunday lunches! There is also a large enclosed garden.


110 Grove Road, Bow

Mixed comfortable, traditional & experimental decor.


Grangeway Home Farm Estate, Rushden
The Viking has been the central part of a thriving residential estate in Rushden since the 1970's. There are two separate bars comprising a cosy and inviting lounge bar on one side and the sports orientated Sports bar on the other. Outside is a small garden with bench seating and a smoking shelter.

Satellite TV shows a variety of sporting events on several screens so everyone gets a good view. Pool and darts are very popular here, supporting 4 pool teams and 2 darts teams.

Waggon & Horses

Bedford Road, Barton-Le-Clay
Traditional pub serving good food and fine ales.

Watts Arms

Castlethorpe Road, Hanslope
The Watts Arms is a large village pub situated in the centre of Hanslope. A popular pub, with real ales and good food served daily. It has a very large beer garden and attractive patio area.


127 Eric Street, Mile End
Traditional London community pub, located next to Mile End station. Live sport shown on large screen throughout the day.


185 Baker Street, Enfield
Large town house situated in 12pm - 23:30pm, Friday & Saturday 12:00pm - Midnight, Sunday 12pm - 23:00pm.

White Hart

2 Prospect Place, Welwyn
The White Hart Hotel and Restaurant now offers 13 individually designed luxurious bedrooms, a lounge bar, 44 cover restaurant and private function room, this newly refurbished hotel is the Hertfordshire destination!
Friendly staff offering the highest standards of service.

White Hart

Ampthill Road, Maulden
A 17th Century pub which focuses on country dining. The White Hart has excellent internal & external drinking and dining areas.

White Horse

84 Newnham Avenue, Bedford
The White Horse welcomes all visitors and passers by. With an extremely relaxed atmosphere this is a friendly pub where you can come along and enjoy a drink in a trouble free environment.

Situated on a busy main road we are easy accessible with ample parking and have wheelchair access and disabled facilities.

There is a garden to the front and rear of pub for you to enjoy your drink outside and soak up the sun in the warmer weather.

White Horse

High Street, Tilbrook
A picturesque country pub situated on the B645, large conservatory with views of the surrounding countryside. Large gardens with childrens play area and animal enclosure.

White Horse

Kenilworth Road, Coventry
This traditional pub has undergone a major refurbishment, resulting in an interior of warm neutral colours and solid woods that, together with the sympathetic lighting, offer a warmth to match the welcome.
While The White Horse has fantastic food, it is also a pub where you feel more than comfortable just dropping by for a drink.


337 Newmarket Road, Cambridge
Friendly pub & Restaurant with great beer and excellent Thai Food

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