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Drapers Arms

Five pints for this gastropub that does have a focus on food but which is happy to let you nurse a pint. Frankly, even if you go in there for a quick drink, you're likely to bow to the inevitable and eat something, if only one...

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Wellington Arms

On an unprepossessing road headed by a Kwik Fit and tailed by a car park, you don't normally stumble across pubs like the Wellington Arms by chance. However, this is a superb pub, worthy of any detour. Everything here oozes...

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Duke of Hamilton

Having won our award for Best Pub in London last year, the Duke seems to be going from strength to strength. Last year's refurb has seen the interior restored to its former comfortable traditional pub interior and the garden at...

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Churchill Arms

One of the great pubs in London and it's been consistently one of the greats for a long, long time. You get a good pint of Fullers, one of the best pints of Guinness around town, traditional food and one of the first (if not...

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Fat Cat

Norwich is certainly not short of pubs catering to beer aficionados, but this self-styled free mouse'' is possibly the holy grail, or is that gr(ale). There are up to 30 ales available at any one time, with several of the Fat...

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Duke of York

This is a rather fine pub on the edge of the increasingly trendy Cathedral Quarter' of Belfast, but, unlike some bars nearby, the Duke of York's appeal is firmly that of a traditional pub that, none the less, is open to the...

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Kay's Bar

This is a charming pub and its diminutive size and mews location makes it quite unique amongst Edinburgh's pubs. Small it may be, but they still manage to stock 6 real ales and over 30 whiskys. Popular for watching big rugby...

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Dun Cow

The Dun Cow is a small pub, with a tiny front bar and a slightly larger back room. It plays host to a range of local customers, and be not surprised if a game of dominoes is in progress when you visit. As for the drinks, the...

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Peveril of the Peak

What a glorious little green tiled pub, juxtaposed against the glass-heavy skywards facing modern developments all around. Could this be anything but a great pub? A beautiful interior, clientele made up from all walks of life,...

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the Bugle Coaching Inn

Situated in the small, charming and historic town of Yarmouth, the Bugle Coaching Inn takes pride of place in the town’s market square. The 17th century building is but a stone's throw from the sea and the yacht harbour...

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