Pubs

Fresh New Start for Historic Country Pub

13 April 2016

A new husband and wife team have taken over historic country pub the Griffin’s Head in Chillenden. Licensees Michael and Helen Paraskevas moved into the Shepherd Neame pub following the retirement last month of Jerry Copestake and wife Karen, who ran the Griffin’s Head for 30 years.

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Pub of the Week: The Duke of Wellington, Belgravia

12 April 2016

The Duke of Wellington is a cosy and inviting traditional British pub tucked away behind Sloane Square and the Kings Road, not far from Victoria coach and rail stations.

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New Wine Bar Unveiled at Historic Blackheath Pub

09 April 2016

A stylish new wine bar is now open to customers at The Crown in Blackheath. The brewery spent £45,000 to convert the first floor function room of the 16th century building into an intimate bar, complementing the successful pub on the ground floor.

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Seaside Pub Restaurant Reopens After £200,000 Makeover

06 April 2016

Historic seaside pub restaurant The Coastguard in St Margaret’s Bay, near Dover, has reopened following a £200,000 refurbishment. Dating back more than 300 years, The Coastguard boasts panoramic sea views across the small bay, and is Britain’s nearest pub to France.

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£200,000 Refurbishment for Picturesque Harbour Pub

03 April 2016

The William the Conqueror in Rye Harbour, East Sussex, has been completely transformed in a major £200,000 refurbishment.The pub was closed during the five-week project, which included repainting throughout in contemporary colours, introducing new furniture and decorations, opening up a dual aspect fireplace and refurbishing the bar area and toilets. The former pool table room has been converted i

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