CAMRA Pub of the Year 2023

CAMRA’s National Pub of the Year is the annual competition to find the very best pub in the UK, the competition helps to showcase quality pubs around the UK that are worth seeking out and visiting. It’s all about finding the cream of the crop and the best place for you to enjoy a pint of real ale. Some may also have good quality real cider or perry for you to sample.

Find out more about each of the winners here >>>

We found you 16 pubs

Location: Consett, County Durham, DH8

The CAMRA award winning Grey Horse pub is one of the oldest public houses in the region, dating back over 175 years. Originally called the Target Inn, the pub prides itself on warm welcomes to all.

Location: Judd, Tonbridge, TN9

Welcome to The Nelson Arms, a community Freehouse pub in Barden, a short walk from Tonbridge station!

Location: Carshalton, Surrey, SM5

Opened as the Hope Beer House in the 1870s, this pub got its mock-Tudor panelling between the wars. In 2010, closure loomed, but locals clubbed together and bought the lease (adding the freehold in 2015)

Location: Hillend, Dunfermline, KY11

We are a traditional village pub located in the village of Hillend just outside Dalgety Bay in Fife. Our bar area is very cosy having two coal fires and an old fashioned feel with lots of wood panell

Location: Brighton and Hove, The City of Brighton and Hove, BN3

Location: Turn Hill, Langport, TA10

Traditional, stone-built country pub with an open fireplace, rustic wooden tables and a beer garden.

Location: Windle, St. Helens, WA10

Location: Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23

Location: Trinity, Chelmsford, CM2

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