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200 of the best Pubs of England…

Each of which feature in our new Pub Guide

The Crown, Hastings

64-66 All Saints’ Street, Hastings
The Crown is an independent pub in the old town of Hastings between East Hill country park and the beach. It offers a welcoming environment with friendly staff and plenty of local regulars. They serve Hastings brewed real ale and a delicious selection of home-cooked meals.

The Duke William, Ickham

The Street, Ickham, Sheerness
Situated just ten minutes outside of the historic City of Canterbury, The Duke William is a contemporary and stylish pub. With a roaring fire during the winter months, the idyllic garden is full of hanging baskets, potted plants, an olive tree and herb boxes during the summer.

The Globe Inn, Rye

10 Military Rd, Rye
The Globe Inn is a cosy neighbourhood pub with a national reputation. The menus reflect the region’s access to the sea and salt marshes. The abundance of fresh local ingredients from humane, traceable farms are incorporated into the delicious dishes.

The Hinds Head

High Street, Bray, Berkshire
Established as a hunting lodge and coaching inn in the 1400s, The Hind’s Head in Bray is a traditional pub by Heston Blumenthal, infused with the innovative and creative ethos he applies to food and for which he is renowned. The menu reflects the establishment’s British heritage.

The Noah’s Ark

Lurgashall, Petworth GU28 9ET

The Noah’s Ark in Lurgashall is a bewitching 16th century pub located just a stone’s throw from Blackdown Hill on the borders of Surrey and West Sussex. Step inside to find a wonderful mix of old meets new – ancient fireplaces and low beams, alongside comfy leather sofas and contemporary design features.

The Duke of Cumberland Arms

Henley, Haslemere GU27 3HQ

Nestling on the side of a steep hill in Henley near Fernhurst, is the picturesque Duke of Cumberland Arms. It dates back to the 16th century and benefits from breath-taking views and a delightful garden with ponds. Inside savour the old flagstones, rustic décor and local ales served straight from the barrel.

The Woolpack Inn

Church Lane Warehorne, Ashford TN26 2LL

The Woolpack Inn is an exceptional pub in the depths of Kent offering top notch pub grub, a friendly welcome as well as five beautiful and uniquely decorated rooms. Dishes include Fish Pie, Salt Marsh Beef Steak and Boozy Banana Split.

The Griffin Inn

Fletching, Uckfield, East Sussex TN22 3SS

Situated in the historic village of Fletching, The Griffin has been run by the Pullan family since 1979. During that time, The Griffin has built a considerable reputation for its food and wine. People come from far and wide to sample their cuisine.

The Stag Inn

Kirdford Rd, Balls Cross, Petworth GU28 9JP
The Stag Inn is an enticing and renowned country pub set within the charming village of Balls Cross near Petworth. Log fires welcome you while the candlelit restaurant invites you to sample the culinary delights including dishes like pheasant breast, lambs liver and garlic calamari.

The Mash Inn

Horseshoe Rd, Bennett End, Radnage, High Wycombe HP14 4EB

The Mash Inn is a boutique Inn in Buckinghamshire with a prestigious reputation. Described as a restaurant with rooms, the open kitchen cooks the best seasonal ingredients on a bespoke wood-fired grill and many of the ingredients are sourced from the Inn’s kitchen garden. The founder Nick Mash believes in the authentic country dining experience and in supporting local craftsmen and producers.

The Fox Goes Free

Charlton Rd, Chichester PO18 0HU
The Fox Goes Free is an alluring country pub in the quaint village of Charlton, West Sussex. The pub is 400 years old & full of oak beams, flint walls and open fireplaces. In warmer days, a pleasant afternoon can be spent in their large country garden overlooking the South Downs and nearby Goodwood Estate.

The Mermaid Inn

Mermaid St, Rye TN31 7EY
The Mermaid Inn is situated in the beautiful town of Rye, on a fantastic cobbled street full of history. The Inn has maintained the essence of true English charm for over 800 years and still has original features including a cellar dating back to 1156.

The Cat Inn

North Ln, West Hoathly RH19 4PP
The Cat Inn, West Hoathly, is a 16th century free house with four bedrooms. The village is a haven for walkers, ideally placed on the Western edge of the Ashdown Forest and the surrounding area is blessed with a plethora of attractive places to visit.

The Greyhound

31 High Street, Stockbridge, Hampshire, SO20 6EY
The Greyhound on the Test is an award-winning pub that serves delicious food and drink in Stockbridge. This establishment excels in all areas, from the quality of the service and excellent produce to the considered details, such as abundant displays of fresh flowers.

The Bell Inn

High St, Ticehurst, Wadhurst TN5 7AS
The Bell Inn is located in the heart of Ticehurst and has recently benefited from an extensive refurbishment, transforming it into a large, impressive and distinctive public house. As well as a bar and restaurant, the pub has eleven high spec rooms to stay in.

The Three Chimneys

Hareplain Road, Biddenden, Kent TN27 8LW
The Three Chimneys is an award winning independant country pub in Biddenden. The building dates back to 1420. Dark oak beams, a roaring fire and five separate dining areas make this a characterful and relaxed venue for a pint or a bite to eat.
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