Pubs that don’t flub!

Pubs that pack in more than a decent pint.
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While we all have our preferred haunts to quieten thirsts for a frothy pint of lager, a change of pubs may help add a dash of vibrancy to a regular weekend. We’ve listed a few pubs that dish up more than great beer and food. Make a weekend trip of it or stop by if you’re already in the vicinity. Cheers!

Regularly voted one of the most beautiful countries in the world, here’s a look at Ireland’s intriguing attractions.

The Churchill Arms, Chipping Campden and London. 

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The Churchill Arms is run by retired 30 something-year-old Chef and Proprietor Nick Deverell-Smith, who’s worked with a few greats in the business including Gordon Ramsey and Marco Pierre White. Under his skilled guidance, flavours are-Smith coaxed offrom the freshest ingredients, to bring you a menu that is the ‘Best of British’.

Great for a quick getaway, the pub, and filled with history from the 17th Century, The Churchill Arms also offers gorgeous rooms with stunning views.

Make a reservation here

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The Tanners Arms, Brecon

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Traditionally styled, The Tanners Arms pub owns a prime selection of real ales and single malt whiskeys (which circulate regularly), delicious fare and alcohol-free beer for dogs! Located within proximity to the Llyn y Fan Fach, this local haunt also offers a beer garden if you visit during the balmy summer months. With its crackling log fireplace, the Tanners Arms Inn and Tannery Restaurant will be an inviting respite or an appealing stay after your hike to Llyn y Fan Fach.
Ps – Make a reservation as they can get quite busy!
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The Crosskeys Inn – Toomebridge, Antrim

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Proclaiming to be Ireland’s oldest thatched pub, The Crosskeys Inn has made a name for itself, not just for its delicious meals and great ambience but as one of Ireland’s first Irish Traditional Music Pubs. The pub is an excellent place for live music and retains most of its 17th Century form.Many of its guests say the décor (including receipts from its days as a rural store) and the mostly unmodified structure of the inn transfer them back to days past. The pub is located near walking, cycling, fishing and golfing trails, and offers the best of brew, food and Northern Ireland’s famed scenery.

For reservations or information on their Irish music sessions click here

The Pointer – Buckinghamshire

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Bestowed with the prestigious win of Pub of The Year 2018 by Michelin Eating out in Pubs 2018, a good portion of The Pointers produce and meat fresh off its farm. Set in the beautiful village of Brill, The Pointer is famed for its uncomplicated yet delightful menu, a bar dating back to the 1700’s and blossoming reputation that’s hard to ignore.

Legend has it that the great train robbery was planned and the spoils of the robbery were discreetly divided at this very pub. Stop by the Brill mill and golf courses in the area, go on a butterfly trail or enjoy a country walk before you enjoy your meal.

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The Craven Arms, Appletreewick

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Exuding true Yorkshire charm, this traditional country inn features gaslights, stone floors, a log fire and a ‘cruck barn’. Restored by merchant Sir William Craven in the 17th century, the pub sits smack bang in a wealth of picturesque beauty. Enjoy a splash in the wild swimming area right below the pub, take a stroll in the lush hills opposite the pub, or partake in some invigorating cycling. Yorkshire Dales is a great place for relaxing!

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