10 December 2013
A Shoreditch pub, the Prince Arthur, Brunswick Place has reopened after undergoing a complete refurbishment. New licensee Euan Johnstone and Kent brewer Shepherd Neame have jointly invested £100,000 to completely modernise the pub, while maintaining the eclectic aesthetic of a classic, real ale country pub. The upstairs living accommodation has been transformed into a function room accommodating
18 November 2013
One of the Isle of Sheppey’s most iconic buildings, the award-winning Royal Hotel, Sheerness, is to be given a refurbishment costing more than £100,000 by brewers Shepherd Neame. It is the brewery’s second major recent investment on the island following the successful £350,000 relaunch of The Aviator, Queenborough, and Shepherd Neame is seeking a new licensee to run the business. The Royal Hotel,
22 October 2013
Our Pub of the week this week is footballs ‘other’ spiritual home - The Freemasons Arms, Covent Garden. The Victorian-built Freemasons Arms pub in Long Acre is a lasting tribute to the founders of the Football Association.
15 October 2013
Located in Woking, just outside of Guildford in Surrey, The Cricketers is the perfect family pub!This warm, friendly Pub has received numerous awards in the recent year, including Our “Heart of the Community” award for 2012 and Woking Best Bar None’s “Best Food Led Pub” and “Overall Best Bar None Winner”.
08 October 2013
This week’s pub is the incredible Grove Ferry Inn located in the Stodmarsh Nature Reserve, on the beautiful River Stour - just 7 minutes from historic Canterbury’s city centre. The pub was originally built in 1831 and takes its name from a hand drawn ferry that once crossed the river in front of the pub.