Some Nice Pubs
- 7 Stars, Bristol
Tucked away on a cobbled street under the shadow of St Thomas Church in Redcliffe is the Seven Stars Inn. One of Bristol’s oldest character pubs dating back to the late 1600’s (the pavement still has the iron-bound edges to prevent damage by iron cart-wh
- Artichoke, Chester
Café, Bar, Bistro.
- Brandling Villa
Good pub in Newcastle Upon Tyne
- Brew Wharf
Tucked neatly into Brew Wharf Yard on Stoney Street, the bar opens up a new oasis, away from the bustling market.
The local that the west end has been waiting for. At the foot of Byres Rd, discover over 20 selected beers on tap with a constantly rotating selection from Scotland and around the world.
- Colston Yard, Bristol
Super Craft Pub offering a discount to CAMRGB members.
- Cricketers Arms, Oxford
We would like to thank everyone that turned out on Saturday for our Oxford CAMRA Town & Village Pub of the Year 2011 Presentation. We are extremely pleased to be honoured with this award.
- Duke Of Hamilton
The Duke of Hamilton is one of the oldest pubs in London dating back some 300 years ago, its been a pub with much history, appearing in the best beer guide for over 20 years. The pub has a great following, and has excellent reputation for Real Ale and gre
- Euston Tap
- Fulford Arms, York
We are a real ale, live music and arts based community pub on Fulford Road, one of the busiest main roads into York city centre.
- Harlequin's, York
- Howl At The Moon, Hoxton
Howl at the Moon free house is a jewel of a pub in London’s famous east end.
- Kash, Chester
Our primary focus is Beer. We have a very personal and passionate interest in Beer and run our very own Mircrobrewery in Cheshire, Blueball Brewery Kash is perfect if you are looking for great beer served in a relaxed low key environment. We also offer a
- Lady Grey's
Here at Lady Greys we are very proud of our fine selection of food and drink with a strong influence of local produce from cask breweries and local farms in Northumberland.
- Mr. Foley's Cask Ale House
Cask Ale & Bottled Beers From Around The World
- Orchard Gardens, North Walsham
We always have a good choice of Real Ales from local, regional and national brewers such as Adnams, Woodfordes and Courage
- Plough & Harrow, Monkash
Welcome to the Plough and Harrow public house situated in Monknash in the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales. It is like stepping back in time when you visit The Plough and Harrow “A Jewel in The Vale of Glamorgan”, “How can you be so close to the modern wor
- Port Street Beer House, Manchester
Craft beers from here, there and everywhere.
- Pubs Of Manchester Past & Present
All pubs within the city centre and beyond. A history of Manchester’s hundreds of lost pubs.
- Red Lion, Cricklade
The Red Lion Inn is situated just off the Thames path as it passes through historic Cricklade. The pub dates back to the early 1600s and there are still many historic features playing a part in creating the perfect British pub atmosphere.
- Red Lion, Preston
The pub is the heart of Preston’s community and stands proudly as the first example of a community-owned public house anywhere in the UK. The pub still stands today as a thriving community enterprise over 25 years after the venture was originally started;
- The Beerhouse, Bury
Dedicated ale pub serving seven real ales and a cask cider.
- The Blacksmith & The Toffee Maker, London
New London Pub.
- The Boathouse, Wylam
The Boathouse is a two-room real ale emporium with 15 handpulls, three dedicated to cider all year round. Our beers ever-changing & are sourced nationwide and every bank holiday there is a themed beer festival.’
- The Bridge Inn, Dulverton
The Bridge Inn is a country pub in Dulverton – the gateway to Exmoor. It dates from 1845 and sits on the beautiful River Barle.
- The Buckingham Hotel, Buxton
Opp the Pavilion Gdns and only a few mins from the elegant Spa Town Centre…close enough to the action yet an oasis of calm! 36 Comfortable Rooms
- The Bull, Highgate
We’re proud to be resurrecting this neglected building to create a great public house for the enjoyment of the local community.
- The Bulls Head, Stoke On Trent
The Titanic Brewery Tap House.
- The Bunch Of Grapes, Pontypridd
We like to think the Bunch of Grapes is how a great pub should be, a friendly welcoming bar serving award winning ales ciders and bottle beers in front of a roaring log fire with a restaurant attached that also serves award winning food. Using locally sou
- The Charles Lamb, Islington
Traditional London Public House and Kitchen
- The Craft Beer Co.
16 Cask Ales, 21 Keg Beers
- The Duke's Head, Surrey
At heart we’re a friendly local pub, boasting fantastic cask ales and the best in British food.
- The Evening Star, Brighton
The Theme pub, where great beer is the theme.
- The Fisherman's Arms, Hartlepool
We offer a warm welcome to our friendly, traditional pub where you won’t find a juke box or a tv – just good beer and lively conversation.
- The Flower Pots, Cheriton
The Flowerpots Inn lies in the village of Cheriton in Hampshire, just 3 miles south of Alresford and 7 miles to the east of Winchester.
- The Font
Leicester’s newest coolest independant bar and hang out, premium products – standard prices, best sunday roast in town, free wifi and a great cup of java!
- The Fox And Hounds, Witton
Situated in the Yorkshire Dales National Park in the Wensleydale village of West Witton, The Fox & Hounds Inn is a friendly and welcoming family-run pub, offering a range of fine cask conditioned ales including John Smith’s, Black Sheep and regular gu
- The Fox Inn, Bury St. Edmunds
The Fox Inn is an independent family run pub restaurant in the historic town of Bury St Edmunds. Nestling within the historic grid and conservation area, the Fox Inn and Restaurant is situated beside the Abbey Gardens and within five minutes walk of the
- The Fox, Catworth
We are a family run traditional Public House on the borders of West Cambridgeshire and East Northamptonshire. Serving a range of Real Ales and beverages alongside traditional homemade food, complemented by American cuisine and specialist curries.
- The Grange Hotel, Great Yarmouth
Offering 10% DISCOUNT to CAMRGB Members!
- The Grouse Inn, Carrog
Although licensed from early morning until early morning (!) The Grouse Inn is open daily from 12 noon until late and we serve food between 12 noon and 10.00pm in the dining room, the bar and, during the warmer months, outside in our beautiful Beer Garden
- The Half Moon, Hitchin
We are a split-level one bar pub dating back to 1748, once owned by Hitchin brewer W & S Lucus.
- The Hop
A traditional Real Ale House with an intimate atmosphere for live music and contemporary décor. Favouring the ‘unplugged’ feel that comes from close contact between artists and members of the public.
- The Leopard, Doncaster
Live Music venue with Real Ale. OFFERING A DISCOUNT ON DRINKS TO CAMRGB MEMBERS!
- The Leopold Tavern, Southsea
The Leopold Tavern can be found in Southsea’s popular Albert Road. It is a great friendly pub that prides itself in being a pub for the discerning drinker.
- The Loggerheads, Shrewsbury
The inn is housed in the rear section of an old building on the corner of St. Mary’s Street and Church Street. It has a brick shell over an earlier stone structure and is thought to date from the latter half of the 17th century.
- The Malt 'n' Hops, Chorley
The Malt ‘N’ Hops is a traditional real ale pub, located in the heart of Chorley serving the local community and visitors alike. We are a Beartown Brewery public house and stock both Beartown Brewery and nine guest ales.
- The Malt 'n' Hops, Stoke On Trent
A Traditional Real Ale House EST 1986. Serving 6 Changing Cask Ales and a Selection Of Draught and Bottled Belgium Beers.
- The Maltings Free House, York
At The Maltings you will find great beer, great food and great times all in a traditional English Pub setting. We are conveniently located at the foot of Lendal Bridge in the centre of the Historic City of York. We are just a 3 minute walk from York Railw
- The Merrie Lion
Fenny Compton’s Village Pub
- The Midnight Bell, Leeds
Welcome to The Midnight Bell. Located in Holbeck’s atmospheric Urban Village – reputedly the oldest set of industrial buildings in the world – we are Leeds Brewery’s flagship pub.
- The Mill Bistro, Vancouver
The Mill Marine Bistro is a European style waterfront bistro and neighbourhood pub with a small, cozy sixty-seat interior, and downtown Vancouver’s largest outdoor patio! Our menu concept is healthy bistro & pub fare; simple comfort food at a great va
- The Mustard Pot, Chapel Allerton
The Mustard Pot offers fine ales, great British food, local friends and good times in beautiful, cozy and vibrant surroundings.
- The New Headingley Club
Welcome to The New Headingley Club, we are a small private club standing in our own expansive grounds with private parking located on St. Michael’s Road in Headingley. The atmosphere is quiet and friendly with a comfortable lounge where you can simply en
- The New Inn, Thintoft
The New Inn is a traditional country pub serving great food and real ale. The pub was refurbished and reopened in March 2010. It is a freehold pub, family owned and family friendly, just 3 miles west of Northallerton.
- The North Bar
Bringing you amazing drinks since 1997.
- The Old Fountain
The Old Fountain is a family run Freehouse pub situated in Old Street. The pub has been in the hands of the Durrant family since 1964 and has been a Freehouse for more than 10 years. The Old Fountain makes great use of its Freehouse status and offers a
- The Old Queen's Head, Sheffield
Thwaites Pub in Sheffield’s oldest domestic building.
- The One Eyed Rat, Ripon
A traditional real ale pub famous for it’s old fashioned charm and can be found on Allhallowgate, one of the oldest parts of Ripon, North Yorkshire.
- The Pigs Ears
Craft Beer and Good Food in Richmond, West London. 15% DISCOUNT FOR CAMRGB MEMBERS!
- The Plough, Chelmsford
You will find The Plough in Chelmsford within a short stroll of Chelmsford Railway Station, Chelmsford Bus Station and Chelmsford Cricket Club – however you won’t find another like it.
- The Plough, Dulwich
Friendly Dulwich Pub.
- The Quarryman's Rest, Devon
Paul & Donna welcome you to The Quarrymans Rest set in the beautiful historic small town of Bampton situated on the Devon and Somerset border. This is an area well known for its hunting, fishing, shooting and is very popular with ramblers and cyclists
- The Red Lion, Leytonstone
Part of the Antic Collective.
- The Regent, Islignton
North London pub with excellent pizza.
- The Rising Sun, Berkhamstead
If you are thinking about trying this pub that stands by the picturesque Grand Union Canal, stop thinking about it and do it now! The Rising Sun is also known locally as The Riser and is Berkhamsted’s favourite local.
- The Running Horse
Historic pub in Leatherhead.
- The Rutland Arms, Sheffield
Pubs are about people, the ones who run them, the suppliers who help them and the communities they serve. Since the Rutland re-opened in October it has found itself at the heart of various groups and differing communities who use it.
- The Salopian
Located alongside the River Severn in the heart of Shrewsbury town centre. The Salopian Bar is a truly unique establishment, which offers a fine selection of real ales, Belgian beers and ciders, served in a comfortable, contemporary atmosphere.
- The Southampton Arms
18 Handpulls full of lovely ale and cider and a fridge full of lovely meat.
- The Stag And Huntsman, Oxfordshire
A Hambleden resident saddened and worried by the impending closure of The Stag & Huntsman for renovations. The Culden Faw Estate under Urs Schwarzenbach’s ownership is about make massive changes to a wonderful and much loved village pub. The jury is o
- The Surrey Oaks
CAMRA winning pub.
- The Swan Inn, Chappel
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, under the constant gaze of the striking viaduct, The Swan is a cosy free house, pub/restaurant in the picturesque village of Chappel and Wakes Colne. Its reputation is built upon an extensive menu of great tasting food
- The Three Stags
Authentic London pub close to Waterloo Station.
- The Tobie Norris, Stamford
The building dates from 1280, and opened as a pub in December 2006. We have won the award for national pub restoration + renovation and CAMRA pub of the year. The success of the pub is down to a number of factors:The amazing building, 7 unique rooms over
- The Wells Kitchen & Bar Kitsch
Located in the centre of Tunbridge Wells, The Wells Kitchen offers a pub with modern decor and a comfortable atmosphere.
- The Wharf, Macclesfield
The Wharf on Brook Street has now reopened and we are pleased to announce it as a Freehouse. Stocking a range of local ales from such breweries as Red Willow, Storm, Bollington, Wincle, Coach House… the list is vast!
- The White Bear, Bristol
Whether you’re after a preclub warm up drink in our sheltered courtyard, somewhere to catch the latest Sky Sports or a relaxing Sunday Roast, The White Bear is the pub that caters to your every need. We sell restaurant style food 7 days a week, offer free
- The White Swan, Quy
he White Swan is a 17th century freehouse and restaurant located in Stow-cum-Quy about a mile from junction 35 of the A14 at Cambridge, near Anglesey Abbey which is owned by The National Trust.
- The Wrekin Tap
The bar area at the Old Wrekin Tap is all wooden with hops hanging from the ceiling and a real fire in the corner.
- The Wynnstay Inn, Powys
In the heart of Powys.
- Three Fishes, Shrewsbury
Are you looking for a traditional pub serving real ale in Shrewsbury?
- Tollemache Arms, Northants
The Tollemache Arms is a 16th century Inn situated in the idyllic Northamptonshire village of Harrington. The service is relaxed and friendly and a range of menus are offered to suit all tastes.
- Waggon & Horses
The Waggon & Horses is one of the oldest pubs in Halesowen town.
- West Riding Refreshment Rooms
Our pub is situated in the original waiting room on Platform 2 in Dewsbury train station. We have won many CAMRA awards, including the 2010 CAMRA regional district pub of the year, and have been in the Good Beer Guide for 15 years.