Are these Britain's most Beautiful Pubs?

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder and these pubs may not have a historical pedigree stretching back centuries, but we think they deserve a mention as some of the most iconic and beautiful buildings housing hostelries around the UK. You may not agree, why not visit one (or several) we would love to know your opinion....

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The Berkeley Hotel is a prominent building located to the west of Scunthorpe town centre. The hotel was built in 1940 and is named after Sir Berkeley Sheffield, Baronet, who was the first Charter Mayor of Scunthorpe.

The Biggin Hall Hotel is a Grade II listed public house at 214 Binley Road, Coventry, CV3 1HG. It was built in 1921–1923 for Marston, Thompson & Evershed, and the architect was T. F. Tickner. It was Grade II listed in 2015 by Historic England.

This was built in 1929, opening on 1 December. Designed for the Davenport Brewery, by Francis Goldsbrough (from the local architectural practice of Bateman and Bateman), this is one of the largest and finest examples of a Brewer’s Tudor-style public house

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.

The Gatehouse is a Grade II listed public house in Norwich, England. It was built in 1934 for the Norwich-based Morgans Brewery, and replaced a 19th-century building of the same name. The builders were a local company, R.G. Carter. The architect has not y

The pub was the first in the Marble family and housed the brewery until 2011. This stunning listed building has 11 hand pulls serving the finest and freshest marble beer just a stones throw from the source, plus the best from respected guest breweries on

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