Pub of the Week

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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Pub of the Week: The Westminster Arms, London

23 February 2016

The Westminster Arms is a busy pub situated very close to the Houses of Parliament and the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, in the heart of political London.

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Pub of the Week: The Four Fathoms, Herne Bay

15 February 2016

The Four Fathoms is a traditional pub close to Herne Bay’s attractive seafront.  Its name is a measurement of depth – 24 feet – the deepest sea off the Herne Bay coast.The pub has had a recent refurbishment, which included a full repaint inside and out, new flooring, a bar refit, and new décor and furnishings, giving a contemporary yet relaxed feel.

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Pub of the Week: The New Flying Horse, Wye

02 February 2016

The New Flying Horse is situated in the centre of Wye, a charming Kentish village situated between Ashford and Canterbury. With its beautifully decorated guest rooms, high quality food and peaceful location, it is ideal for a long lunch with friends, or weekend break in the countryside.

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