Britain's Cosiest Pubs

With the nights drawing in and those warm balmy days, just a distant memory, there is nothing nicer than a cosy, roaring fire to warm the cockles. Enjoy a delicious pint or a chilled glass of something special with friends and family at one of the pubs below. We are sure they won't disappoint.....

Celebrating the best of Bristol's brewing scene, we've got 8 hand pulls and 10 keg lines serving a huge range of craft beers from Bristol and around the UK. Our cask & keg beers are constantly changing so putting up a list here would be outdated in a mat

Rural pub with log fire, large garden and cricketing heritage, serving cask ales and seasonal food.

The Bridge Inn is a 16th century riverside inn, restaurant, farmhouse with rooms and campsite with glamping idyllically located in the small village of Michaelchurch Escley.

Set against the backdrop of the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland, The Bushmills Inn is the perfect retreat for those who crave the unconventional, yet still expect exceptional service. The welcome is warm and the fire always lit.

Cat Inn is a 16th century free house, with four bedrooms, set in the picturesque village of West Hoathly, a hilltop village set in the heart of the Sussex countryside. It is in within easy distance from the towns of East Grinstead and Haywards Heath and o

The Cemetery is recognised by CAMRA as having a nationally important historic pub interior for its Edwardian decor. There are three separate rooms off a main bar area

Nestling in the very heart of Glencoe, amongst the spectacular and majestic mountains of the Scottish Highlands, Clachaig Inn has been a source of accommodation and hospitality for travellers for over three hundred years.

The Craven Arms, Appletreewick is a pub nestled in the heart of wharfedale with that 'something' extra special. Serving real ales and great food accompanied by gas lighting, real log fires and a great, friendly atmosphere.

The Crooked Billet is a pub of unique character within a traditional setting. Located in Leigh-on-Sea, we’re a short stroll from Leigh-On-Sea Train Station and Leigh Broadway. We’re proud to be the oldest pub in the town.

Your friendly local source of quality food and drink in the heart of Hastings Old Town.The Crown Hastings is an independent freehouse situated on the picturesque All Saints Street between the East Hill country park and the beach.

The Crows Nest Inn is a beautiful 16th Century white washed building in the hamlet of Crows Nest. We are on the Eastern edge of Bodmin Moor, surrounded by old mine engine houses and ancient relics such as Trethevy Quoite, The Cheese Wring and the Hurlers.

The Devonshire Arms Is a traditional pub with a unique, relaxed and friendly atmosphere in the historic brewing capital Burton on Trent. Pint of Festival Bitter. Good choice of cask ales and nice atmosphere too.

What could better than sipping a pint of ale in our wood panelled, low ceilinged, cosy inn or enjoying the sunshine in our sunken garden area complete with mill stream. We even have our own brewery on site so you can be assured to the high quality of the

Snugs, real fires and a beer garden in reputed former haunt of Dick Turpin with a ghostly past.

A pretty little clapperboard pub on the outskirts of the historic yet happening town of Rye where the Miltary Canal meets the River Rother, The Globe Inn Marsh has been the talk of Rye since it opened in 2013, with its “sheep-shack chic” interiors and wa

The Golden Fleece is York's Most Haunted pub, thus one of the England's most haunted sites. Visit the Oldest Inn in York and you can be sure of a friendly atmosphere, quiet surroundings and traditional services. Situated in the very centre of York we off

The Golden Lion sits in the centre of Newport, a pretty village on the Welsh coast, in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park. Our historic inn has been serving locals and travellers for over 300 years.

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