The UK's most Romantic Pubs

As the nights draw in what could be better than a romantic getaway with the one you love? Here’s a selection of small hotels and inns that are ideal for the occasion.

Picture the scene: a roaring log fire, a pint or glass of something rich and flavourful, and the company of the one you love. We can’t think of a better way of spending some quality time together over the autumn months than at a traditional inn combining a snug and cosy bar with some characterful, comfortable bedrooms.

Whether it’s an anniversary, a special occasion or just a midweek treat, there’s something magical about being able to enjoy a few drinks and a lovely meal knowing that your evening’s commute involves nothing more taxing than negotiating a set of stairs.

Call us old romantics, but it’s yet another reason why we love pubs.

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  • With views over the historic Lymington harbour, and the New Forest on our doorstep, we are the perfect Hampshire base for those craving a relaxing retreat by the sea.

  • In the picturesque village of Hambledon in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Merry Harriers has its origins dating back to the 16th century.

  • Built by the father of modern archaeology, General Pitt-Rivers, our wonderful 17th-century tavern is the archetypal countryside inn. Surrounded by the rose gardens and postcard-perfect cottages of Farnham, our inn’s thatched roof and cosy interior gives a

  • There are many exceptional reasons to stay at New Inn. That is apart from the friendly staff, home baking and Bea’s amazing scones.

  • Hidden away within a beautiful country setting and with quick access to Gatwick, our renovated 16th century inn is one of the best kept secrets in West Sussex.

  • Discover a different view of dining at the five-star Pheasant Inn; a quintessentially English country pub nestled in the gloriously unspoilt Peckforton Hills.

  • The Plough is situated in the pretty village of Scalby, just outside Scarborough on the North Yorkshire coast and is the perfect gateway to the North York Moors National Park

  • The Queens Head Inn is a high quality 2 AA Rosette restaurant, pub and 10 bedroom Inn serving great Steaks, Seafood and classic British food.

  • The Roebuck Inn in Mill Lane, Mobberley good news is that Tim Bird and Mary McLaughlin, the owners of seven lovely individual pubs under the Cheshire Cat Pubs and Bars Banner, successfully bought the freehold of the Roebuck from Wellington Pub Company bac

  • This 18th century coaching inn stands next to the Saxon church in the picturesque village of Romaldkirk near Barnard Castle amidst the stunning countryside of Teesdale where the Durham and Yorkshire dales meet in spectacular rural landscapes.

  • Get ready to experience classic comfort and hospitality in our honey-hued Cotswolds’ stone Grade II-listed inn. Originally built as a country house more than 400 years ago, it’s now a welcoming pub with rooms and restaurant.

  • String of Horses in Heads Nook has accommodation. The pub has a beer garden, it has a function room that can be booked. String of Horses has an outside area. The pub has live music events, it shows football on TV.

  • Nestled deep within the Oxfordshire Cotswolds, our 17th century riverside inn celebrates the very best of British country life.

  • Our 300-year-old countryside inn, perched on the outskirts of the pretty West Sussex town of Petworth, overlooks the rolling hills of the South Downs National Park.

  • Welcome to the Wiveton Bell situated a mile from Blakeney, close to the unspoilt salt marshes of the North Norfolk coastal landscape which is a listed site of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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