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The Blake Arms

The Blake Arms

BridgwaterSomerset

Recommended by E TA

A small, single room corner pub on the outer fringe of the main entertainment part of Bridgwater town centre. The building is Victorian, and externally looks attractive. Internally, though, it consists of a single bar formed from two earlier rooms, ... [more>]
The Boathouse

The Boathouse

ShrewsburyShropshire

Recommended by Will Larter

This old building makes a pleasant prospect when approaching from the opposite bank of the Severn, but once inside it's been tastefully modernised with plenty of grey paint, just like thousands of other gastro pubs up and down the country. There's an... [more>]
Lower Turks Head / Scuttlers

Lower Turks Head / Scuttlers

ManchesterManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Will Larter

The Lower Turks Head is a traditional pub with glazed tile facade; Scuttlers is a wine bar-type extension next door, added when the pub reopened after a fallow period of more than two decades. In reality, as pointed out by ROB Camra below, they are n... [more>]
The Dragon's Tap

The Dragon's Tap

RotherhamSouth Yorkshire

Recommended by Will Larter

We called in here on a planned trip to tick off all of Rotherham's micropubs, having just come from Brinsworth's Stop Inn Time on the bus. This one is a bit of a contrast, the rather larger premises being less welcoming (especially when you're the on... [more>]
Stop Inn Time

Stop Inn Time

RotherhamSouth Yorkshire

Recommended by Will Larter

We had planned this trip by bus out to Rotherham's newest micropub a few weeks beforehand, checking opening times on Facebook and WhatPub, so it was a surprise, to say the least, to find it not yet open when we walked from the bus stop. It turned out... [more>]
The Three Cranes Inn

The Three Cranes Inn

RotherhamSouth Yorkshire

Recommended by Will Larter

The notes on WhatPub call this a micropub, but it is only so if you consider its recent history as a shop, and equate shop conversion with micropub. That's lazy thinking, and in fact the pub's own Facebook page not only describes it as a traditional ... [more>]
The Olde Bucks Head Inn

The Olde Bucks Head Inn

ShrewsburyShropshire

Recommended by Will Larter

This was my fifth pub of a crawl of Shrewsbury, and my notes were becoming somewhat sketchy. Just 17 words, in fact, three of which were "nice". I did note that there was a smell of cooking fat or fried food, but whereas this would normally get my ba... [more>]
Ma Egertons

Ma Egertons

LiverpoolMerseyside

Recommended by Will Larter

If you didn't know in advance, you would never guess that this modern-looking pub, squeezed as it is between high rises and the station, is a small slice of history. Never mind the famous visitors (set out by Pub Sign Man in his superbkly detailed no... [more>]
The Vines (The Big House)

The Vines (The Big House)

LiverpoolMerseyside

Recommended by Will Larter

This spectacular building has well earned its "Big House" sobriquet, totally dominating this part of Lime Street and the top end of Ranelagh Street too for that matter. It's truly outrageous, and the interior goes a long way to match it. The corner d... [more>]
The Midland

The Midland

LiverpoolMerseyside

Recommended by Will Larter

Another heritage pub, but after the Vines this one is fairly ordinary, with limited features preserved and some rearrangements leaving comparatively little to appreciate. No real ale as well, so not much to linger over. Plus points? My half of keg Th... [more>]
The Whole Hog

The Whole Hog

MalmesburyWiltshire

Recommended by Ian Mapp

Much to admire in this GBG 2020 entry.... detailed as a Bar Restaurant. Separate restaurant to drinking area Drinking area has a proper old school feel to it Wooden partitions, large glass windows to watch the world go by five hand pulls on - all ar... [more>]
The Belvedere

The Belvedere

LiverpoolMerseyside

Recommended by Will Larter

This should have been my sixth heritage pub of the day, but having passed the Cracke just after opening time and found it not open, I came along here instead. It's well worth looking for anyway, though easily missed in its quiet cul de sac. The front... [more>]
Ye Cracke

Ye Cracke

LiverpoolMerseyside

Recommended by Will Larter

My sixth heritage pub of the day, after a bit of a scare when it wasn't open at opening time. Returning bhalf an hour later I found the landlady and three other customers, one of them at least clearly a regular. I suppose a pub whose name is The Crac... [more>]
The Bridewell

The Bridewell

LiverpoolMerseyside

Recommended by Will Larter

I'd been doing a crawl of heritage pubs, but when I saw in a local Camra newsletter that I picked up in the Belevedere that this place had reopened, I had to come and see. Ok, it's not a heritage pub, but when a gaol is made into a pub, that has to s... [more>]
Red Lion

Red Lion

CrawleyWest Sussex

Recommended by Pub SignMan

This is a characterful Harvery's pub tucked away down a side street in this village that is well positioned for visitors to Wakehurst botanic gardens or the Standen estate. The pub has an L-shaped layout which seems to have been opened out from a for... [more>]
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