103 Stoke Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 4JN
The Stoke pub is set in a traditional Gothic building that has been tastefully decorated in contemporary style, with wood panelling, neutral blue and white walls, a wooden horseshoe-shaped bar and a scattering of chalkboards listing the latest food and drink offerings; it even has its own wood-fired pizza oven!
Stoneleigh Broadway, Stoneleigh, Epsom, Surrey, KT17 2JA
The Station, a vast pub that looks just like a perfectly preserved house from the Elizabethan era but was actually built in the 20th century, sits in the quiet commuter town of Stoneleigh.
1-2 Market Square, Buckingham, Bucks, MK18 1NL
This spacious pub occupies a gorgeous Georgian building in the heart of the bustling market town of Buckingham. It was originally built in the 18th century to serve as a coaching inn, a place of respite for tired travellers who would stay overnight, allowing both them and their horses to feed and rest before embarking on the one-day coach journey to London the following day.
Lower Morden Road, Morden, Surrey, SM4 4SS
This beloved pub is a Morden stalwart. Originally known as the Beverly, the Morden Brook was first built in the 1900s, back when Lower Morden was still an independent, rural farming community.
120 New Malden Road, New Malden, Surrey, KT3 6DD
A down-to-earth local set in the busy heart of New Maldon, this roomy inn blends tradition with modern conveniences. High ceilings, a large wood-panelled bar and wooden pub tables characterise the downstairs area, giving it an air of bygone charm, while six large TV screens strategically placed around the room ensure guests can enjoy a thoroughly modern sport-viewing experience.
Bushey Mill Lane, Watford, Herts, WD24 7TQ
The Tudor Arms is a handsome mock-Tudor pub that occupies a huge corner plot on Bushey Mill Lane in North Watford. Just a few minutes’ walk from Watford North train station, the pub is a hit with local commuters, who pour through its big, grand wooden doors to experience its warm, cosy atmosphere.
Front Street, Whickham, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE16 4EF
A traditional pub in the charming town of Whickham. Turn up during a big sporting competition to find the friendly locals cheering on their teams. Come in the evenings to enjoy live music, games of pool and raucous partying on the weekends. In clear summer days, guests bring their drinks outside and bask in the sunshine, while winter promises roaring log fires and hearty cask ales.
3 Market Square, West Sussex, RH12 1EU
An impressive pub in the charming, West Sussex town of Horsham. Overlooking the old Market Square, our pub is surrounded by fine historic buildings and a near neighbour to Horsham’s unusual Old Town Hall. Designed to resemble a small castle, it was built in 1812 by the 11th Duke of Norfolk, who was also responsible for the early 19th century restoration of magnificent Arundel Castle on the West Sussex coast.