Pub of the Week

Pub of the Week: The Crown, Blackheath

19 April 2016

The Crown, Blackheath is a lively, traditional pub which began its life as a coaching inn. Today, its proximity to the heath, with its many fairs, circuses and public events, make it a busy watering hole for tourists, office workers and residents alike.

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Pub of the Week: The Duke of Wellington, Belgravia

12 April 2016

The Duke of Wellington is a cosy and inviting traditional British pub tucked away behind Sloane Square and the Kings Road, not far from Victoria coach and rail stations.

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Pub of the Week: The King's Head, Deal

22 March 2016

The King’s Head in Deal is a traditional English inn with rooms, which enjoys an enviable position slightly set back from, but directly overlooking, the seafront of this popular Kentish seaside town.

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Pub of the Week: The Parrot, Canterbury

09 March 2016

As well as being one of the oldest pubs in Canterbury, The Parrot is also housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city. Built on Roman foundations and dating back to the 14th Century, this grade II listed pub has a charming period exterior with plenty of original features inside - oak beams, panelled walls, old brickwork and fine examples of medieval craftsmanship in the upstairs restaurant.

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Pub of the Week: The Betsey Trotwood, London

02 March 2016

The Betsey Trotwood is a characterful Victorian pub in Clerkenwell, central London. Built in 1865, one of the first structures to be built above the London Underground, and named after a character in Charles Dickens’ ‘David Copperfield’, the pub undoubtedly has strong historical roots, but is also a vibrant part of contemporary London life, with a buzzing scene of live music, comedy and more.

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