Pubs featured on the Big Screen

Whatever you call it – the pub, the local, the good old-fashioned boozer – few things are as important to the British way of life. So it’s little wonder the pub has played such an important role in the history of British cinema and television.

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As featured in "Only Fools and Horses" - Offering a warm welcome, friendly service and great drinks.

As featured in "The Inbetweeners" - Family run pub maintaining its traditional countryside ambience yet adding a twist to a new modern feel.

As featured in "Minder" - The Blue Anchor is a traditional English family run pub, based on the banks of the Thames at Hammersmith.

As featured in "Sherlock Holmes" as The Cross Keys - The Bush Inn is a quaint olde 16th century coaching inn steeped in history and charm, situated in St Hilary, a beautiful, medieval village in the heart of The Vale of Glamorgan

As featured in "Vera" - Reputed to be the second oldest pub in Newcastle it's great for really good beer, with a wide selection, and a cosy, traditional interior.

As featured in "Luther" - Relaxed pub with a warm vibe pouring craft beer & gin drinks amid dark-wood decor & a vintage bar.

As featured in "Ashes to Ashes" & "Life on Mars" - The Horseshoe is a Traditional Pub, close to London Bridge and The Shard, serving good food, fine wines and Real Ales.

As featured in "Fresh Meat" - Situated just off Chapel Street, the Kings Arms is a pub, music venue and theatre with artist's studios. A bit more than your average boozer.

As featured in "Peep Show" - Cosy, family-friendly venue, with a real community atmosphere. Both traditional and quirky, The Oval is also a vibrant part of the Croydon scene, passionate about live music!

Made famous by the BBCs BAFTA award winning TV series, Sherlock. Speedy's lives up to its name with superb fresh food at excellent prices.

As featured in "Auf Wiedersehen Pet" - The Windmill provides a cosy atmosphere with roaring fires in winter and a stunning patio for summer to enjoy a local ale, delicious wine or cheeky gin.

The most famous ‘working’ pub in the country, as it is the original Emmerdale Woolpack and the only ‘soap’ pub where you can actually get a drink.