Pub of the Week

Pub of the Week: The Kings Head, Wye

11 February 2014

This week’s featured pub is the incredible Kings Head, that first opened its doors in 1870, situated in the historic village of Wye.

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Pub of the Week: The Rugby Tavern, Holborn

04 February 2014

The Rugby Tavern is traditional English pub so named because it was built around 1850 on land donated by the founder of Rugby School. Its central location, a short walk from the British Museum, London’s theatre district and the Eurostar terminal at St Pancras, makes the Rugby Tavern a lively, bustling pub used by office workers, Bloomsbury residents and tourists.

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Pub of the Week: The Gate Inn, Canterbury

28 January 2014

The Gate Inn is a complete one-off, a wonderful little gem, and one of Kent's best kept secrets. Fine cask ales served direct from the barrel in the traditional tap room, and hearty freshly made food at sensible prices, make The Gate the perfect pub for both for the friendly locals, and for 'real' pub fans from far and wide. 

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Pub of the Week: The Ringlestone Inn, Maidstone

21 January 2014

The impressive English oak sideboard in the bar at Ringlestone Inn proudly proclaims: "A Ryghte Joyouse and welcome greetynge too ye all", and a "Truly traditional family welcome" is exactly what awaits you as you step back in time to the unspoilt, medieval, lamp-lit tavern.

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Pub of the Week: The Eleanor Arms, Bow, London

14 January 2014

The Eleanor Arms, Old Ford Road, Bow has been voted SPBW London Pub of the Year 2014. The Society for the Preservation of Beers from the Wood chose the pub over its compition stating that “This Shepherd Neame pub is a genuine community 'local' where you are always assured of a warm welcome.”

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