Pub of the Week

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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Official Launch For The Coastguard After £250,000 Makeover

13 May 2016

Dozens of guests attended the official launch event for seaside pub restaurant The Coastguard in St Margaret’s Bay near Dover on Wednesday, May 11.

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Pub of the Week: The Three Horseshoes, Hernhill

11 May 2016

The Three Horseshoes is a traditional pub in the village of Hernhill, near Faversham. Its rural surroundings make it a popular destination for walkers, cyclists and local villagers alike.

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Pub of the Week: The Spanish Galleon, Greenwich

04 May 2016

The Spanish Galleon is a traditional pub in Greenwich, just a short walk from the Cutty Sark. The building, which survived both world wars with just minor damage, was designed and built by architect Joseph Kay in 1834. Today, it is a thriving pub at the heart of the local Greenwich community, welcoming regulars, residents, local sports clubs, and the area’s many visitors, for a refreshing drink and bite to eat.

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