Pub of the Week

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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Pub of the Week: The Monument, Canterbury

26 January 2016

The Monument is an historic 19th Century pub in St Dunstan’s street, just a couple of minutes’ walk from Canterbury City Centre.The pub enjoyed a major refurbishment at the end of last year which included a full redecoration and new furniture inside and out, giving the pub a smart new contemporary look.

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