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The Half Moon Inn & Country Lodge

The Half Moon Inn & Country Lodge

YeovilSomerset

Recommended by E TA

A Seventeenth Century roadside inn which has been substantially renovated. It still does B&B, though it is the former skittle alley which has been converted to provide chalets for this purpose with only a couple of guest rooms left in the main build... [more>]
The Green Dragon

The Green Dragon

KetteringNorthamptonshire

Recommended by S W

Recently taken over and a great refurbishment completed (albeit bits in the courtyard). Serving good fresh food sourced locally as much as possible, real ales, traditional cider, great wine list, craft beers/ciders/spirits with no sign of the usual s... [more>]
Charmbury Arms

Charmbury Arms

BathSomerset

Recommended by Blackthorn _

A traditional looking pub with stained glass windows in a largely residential street just a minute or two’s walk from Oldfield Park station, it has presumably been opened out internally at some point to make one single room, with the pub being roughl... [more>]
Belvoir Castle

Belvoir Castle

BathSomerset

Recommended by Blackthorn _

An attractive looking street corner pub on the main road in to Bath, internally it’s largely all one open plan room although there was a separate room with a pool table up a few steps at the rear. It’s quite traditional in terms of décor, with dark ... [more>]
The Crown Tavern

The Crown Tavern

BristolBristol (County)

Recommended by Blackthorn _

A basic, no frills boozer just off the main Old Market strip, we initially thought that it was shut on approaching due to curtains drawn at the windows and virtually no light visible from outside. It consists of a single room main bar with the counte... [more>]
Hy-Brasil Music Club

Hy-Brasil Music Club

BristolBristol (County)

Recommended by Blackthorn _

Recently re-opened under a new name, the name may not sound that enticing if you’re just after a quiet pint and don’t want any loud music, but when we visited on an early evening we found it had a chilled out and relaxed vibe with no sign of any musi... [more>]
The Castle Barge

The Castle Barge

NewarkNottinghamshire

Recommended by Thuck Phat

Well described already, this is an unusual and comfortable place for a pint. The loos are nautical, the bar cosy and there's plenty of outside seating for sunny days. A brief glance at the menu showed standard pub fare at standard pub prices. Beers o... [more>]
The Flying Circus

The Flying Circus

NewarkNottinghamshire

Recommended by Thuck Phat

As the name suggests The Flying Circus is Monty Python themed. The interior is unexceptional and feels more like a bar than a traditional boozer although the array of beers available and listed behind the bar on neon boards is impressive. Ten keg ale... [more>]
White Swan

White Swan

LincolnLincolnshire

Recommended by Thuck Phat

The White Swan has an air of faded grandeur from the outside with steps leading up to a terrace in front of a solid, symmetrical, whitewashed frontage. Inside is cosier with three main rooms: the carpeted main bar, a back bar with dart board and a di... [more>]
Doc's Symposium

Doc's Symposium

WiganManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Al Bundy

A fairly decent micropub. Its not, however, a place for those of you that abide by the strict micropub rules that you've made up as there is background music AND a tv. For the less petty then this is quite good. The bar is next to a deli counter and ... [more>]
The Brocket Arms (JD Wetherspoon)

The Brocket Arms (JD Wetherspoon)

WiganManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Al Bundy

A large Wetherspoons. The pub is a bit of a walk out from the town centre. The large interior sprawls its way around the bar, which is split into 2 with 6 handpumps on one side and 6 on the other. Only Abbot was doubled up today so a decent selection... [more>]
Albert's Ale Microbar

Albert's Ale Microbar

BlackpoolLancashire

Recommended by Will Larter

The Albert Hotel is an ordinary bed-and-breakfast hotel on a street with several dozen like it. The distinguishing feature is the recently installed micropub, or microbar, in the breakfast lounge. Entering the premises requires prospective customers ... [more>]
The Millstone Inn

The Millstone Inn

WiganManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Al Bundy

Not too bad a pub and quite friendly. A Thwaites pub and therefore there are 2 Thwaites beers available on the 3 handpumps that are on the bar. Thwaites Original and Wainwright being your choices today. An open plan place with an L-shaped bar. A fair... [more>]
The Bull & Butcher

The Bull & Butcher

AylesburyBuckinghamshire

Recommended by Komakino .

A village pub set back from the road with plenty of green surrounding it. Bench seating encroaches onto the green, and cindered areas either side of a rudimentary driveway form a 'car park'. A patio outside has some further bench seating, and althoug... [more>]
Rose & Crown

Rose & Crown

AylesburyBuckinghamshire

Recommended by Komakino .

The sole pub in Stone village now (The Bugle Horn is just outside the 'city limits') and slightly sunken from the roadside, this is another boozer that has seen better days. There are some attractive flourishes with some exposed stone and a snuggy ar... [more>]
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