Stunning Pubs for the Summer!

Everyone knows that one of summer's great pleasures is sipping a cold one in a pretty al fresco pub setting. So here's the best of the bunch across all counties. Cheers!

List created on 10/07/2019 by Useyourlocal HQ - click here to create your own pub lists

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  • There’s nothing more rewarding after a long day or week at work than a pint or glass of your favourite beverage. Here at The Bath Arms, we love to keep things as local as can be. We proudly serve a carefully selected flight of ales, ciders and wines

  • A 300-year-old former coaching inn, in the beautiful village of Ramsbury near Marlborough. Voted Wiltshire Life pub and restaurant of the year. Modern European cuisine and pub classics, with 9 luxurious bedrooms.

  • The Black Boy was built circa 1524. The original building is still standing. The front door, bar area with beams, kitchen and living accommodation can still be seen. Various extensions and outbuildings were added in the 20th Century.

  • our gorgeous pub located on the pretty road of West Street in the heart of Reigate. An historic coaching inn, we serve our deliciously seasonal a la carte menu featuring British pub favourites alongside French brasserie classics.

  • The Blackbird is a restaurant & public house situated in the beautiful hamlet of Bagnor in west Berkshire. Family owned, our guests can expect fine food, attentive service & a varied & quality list of wines, beer & spirits, all offered in a relaxed pub

  • The Brampton Halt, an idyllic country pub located in the quaint village of Chapel Brampton. Set in the beautiful Northamptonshire countryside, the recently refurbished Brampton Halt really is the perfect place to relax and unwind.

  • The Bull offers a smorgasbord of delicious dishes from hearty pub classics after exploring the beautiful Cotswolds, to fine dining feasts to compliment a romantic getaway.

  • The Bushel and Strike, country pub and eating house was originally built in 1854 as a brewery in the picturesque village of Ashwell, north Hertfordshire.

  • The Coach and Horses is a family run, traditional, unspoilt free house in the heart of the Sussex countryside, that prides itself on retaining that cosy, comfortable pub atmosphere whilst offering a dynamic, seasonal menu of locally sourced produce.

  • Macdonald Compleat Angler also boasts an award-winning restaurant which recently underwent an exciting refurbishment, serving deliciously fresh, sophisticated food.

  • Nestled just beneath Shanklin Chine in an enviable location at the far end of Shanklin Esplanade you will find Fisherman’s Cottage, the town’s original thatched dining pub on the beach with a rich heritage dating back to 1817.

  • Enjoy a drink in our spacious flag-stoned bar, relax in our cosy reception with leather chesterfields and a crackling fire or outside in our pretty pub garden.

  • The Fort St George is situated on the edge of the picturesque Midsummer Common while also over looking the River Cam. It is one of the oldest Pubs in Cambridge featuring several stunning features from Ingle nook fire places to old oak beams.

  • A welcoming retreat in the heart of the Bedfordshire countryside, we’re home to a lovingly restored 16th century pub with private dining, an all-season garden with an outdoor kitchen and gin bar, and 7 thoughtfully designed boutique-style rooms.

  • Fish from Brixham, game from the Cotswold's and specials that change twice a day – brilliant food at a big happy pub near Oxford.

  • Voted the nation’s favourite family pub, our 18th century village local on the Norfolk coast serves real ales from our microbrewery Brancaster Brewery.

  • The Good Pub Guide Pub Of The Year 2018. A charming 16th century inn gloriously situated on the picturesque village green of Bledington.

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