Pub of the Week

Pub of the Week: The Hoop and Grapes, Farringdon

11 November 2014

The Hoop and Grapes is an award-winning, traditional English pub nestled in the centre of London.  Dating from 1721, the pub was saved from demolition in the 1990s and is now a Grade 2 listed building, having once been the location for secret ‘Fleet’ weddings in the 18th Century.The pub is much larger inside than it appears, with a cosy, friendly atmosphere, busy with regulars and visitors alike.

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Pub of the Week: The Flying Fish, Newhaven

04 November 2014

The Flying Fish is a family run country inn and restaurant, located in the pretty little village of Denton, East Sussex.

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Pub of the Week: The Stag Inn, Hastings

28 October 2014

Our Halloween Pub of the Week is allegedly haunted. Very haunted. Discover The Stag Inn, Hastings.

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Pub of the Week: The Bull Inn, Linton

21 October 2014

The Bull Inn is a lovely country pub set in the village of Linton, dating back to 1674...

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Pub of the Week: The Duke of Cumberland, Whitstable

07 October 2014

The Duke of Cumberland is a large, friendly pub in the centre of Whitstable, just a short stroll from the beach. Ideally located, dog friendly, serving a great pint, and with all the live music you could ever want...

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