Pub of the Week

Pub of the Week: Bishops Finger, Canterbury

14 June 2016

The Bishops Finger is a 16th century traditional pub in the St Dunstan’s area of Canterbury, a short walk from the historic cathedral and the city’s major attractions. The pub is ideal for sports fans, with five large screen televisions including one outside, showing all the latest football, cricket and rugby action on Sky.

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Pub of the Week: Ye Olde Beverlie, Canterbury

08 June 2016

Ye Olde Beverlie is an attractive traditional pub in Canterbury. The warm, welcoming pub retains period features, complemented with a modern twist. The team here are passionate about their food. You can expect big, colourful, hearty food, in large portions, freshly prepared from local ingredients.

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Pub of the Week: The Belle Vue Tavern, Ramsgate

31 May 2016

The Belle Vue Tavern is a traditional British pub in Ramsgate, with stunning views from the terrace over Pegwell Bay, and out to sea.The pub has a rich history – it is thought to date from around 1720 and, judging by tunnels connecting the inn with cottages across the road, was used by smugglers who stored their contraband in the pub’s cellars.

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Pub of the Week: The Old Doctor Butler's Head

24 May 2016

The Old Doctor Butlers Head, named after the court physician to James I, is a traditional pub in the heart of the City with a rich history and reputation for warm hospitality spanning four centuries.

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Pub of the Week: The William B, Hatfield Peverel

17 May 2016

The William B in Hatfield Peverel, near Chelmsford, is a contemporary bar and restaurant housed in a beautifully refurbished 17th Century coaching inn. Inside, some impressive traditional features remain. Big wooden beams combine with the William B’s distinctive modern décor to create a welcoming and luxurious ambience.

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