18th-century country pub offering British dining, real ales and outside seating, just right next door to National Trust site, Wightwick Manor & Gardens.
Rustic-chic decor country pub. Built on the land previously known to the house, The Boughton Cold Store, a supply depot during the World War II.
Originally Lyncroft House and dating back to 1797, our country inn with its large, undulating gardens is within sight of Lichfield's historic cathedral.
With a fabulous spacious gardens, it's on the edge of Chester, founded by the Romans and built in 1801 on the site of an English Civil War battlefield.
Cosy country vibe with flagstone floor, oak beams and horseshoes over the fire, plus our great pub grub. Recently converted from a farmhouse.
Previously a working farmhouse, sitting within an 83 acre estate, the pub-restaurant maintains the look and charm of the original building.
Tudor-style pub with lovely gardens. Perched on a golf course, it's named after a large oak tree beneath which monks once distributed alms.
A rustic 1800s building serving seasonal pub food, with great local horse riding, countryside walks and even wildlife spotting.
A grand looking pub with great views over Forth and Clyde Canal, built in 1812 to rest the horses working on the nearby canal.
Rustic charm, this gorgeous pub is the perfect stopping point for those making the journey between Newcastle, Durham and Sunderland.
Built in 1864, this 19th-century pub has pretty gardens and leafy surroundings, and it's a favourite with railway enthusiasts too.
Dating back to 1750, it's the perfect stop off to the delightful Norsey Woods nature reserve or those taking youngsters to Barleylands Farm.
Just on the outskirts of Gloucester, one of the best places to indulge, especially with its gorgeous beer garden – perfect for enjoying summer evenings.
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