The Great British Pub
The Barley Mow pub in Wingerworth, Chesterfield, Derbyshire
The Crispin Inn is a traditional pub in the village of Ashover, Derbyshire
The Crispin Inn is a traditional pub in the Derbyshire village of Ashover
Autumn in Derbyshire as red Virginia Creeper cover the walls of the charming 17th century Old Eyre Arms pub in Hassop.
The colourful and flower covered London Inn, Padstow, Cornwall.
The Golden Lion pub, Padstow, Cornwall
The Cornish Arms Inn at Pendoggett, Cornwall
The 16th century Fox Inn, located in the picturesque village of Corfe Castle, Dorset.
The flower bedecked Quay Inn at Wareham, Dorset.
The Robin Hood Inn at Baslow, Derbyshire, after a heavy snowfall.
The Royal Oak pub at Hurdlow, Derbyshire, England is a traditional English country pub, set in the heart of the beautiful Peak District countryside.
The Eyre Arms pub is situated in the small village of Calver, Derbyshire. In autumn the front of the pub is ablaze with a magnificent display of red Virginia Creeper.
The Cock and Pullet is a traditional country pub located in the small hamlet of Sheldon, near Bakewell, Derbyshire.
Dating back to 1621 and surrounded by beautiful Peak District countryside, the Queen Anne pub at Great Hucklow in Derbyshire, England is a traditional old style country inn, it's history and character prevalent throughout.
Dating back to 1189, the Olde Trip to Jerusalem inn in Nottingham claims to be the oldest in England. The building rests against Castle Rock, upon which Nottingham Castle is built. Folklore has it that crusaders en route to the crusades stopped of at this inn for ale, hence the reference to Jerusalem in the name.
Dating back to 1520 The Prospect Of Whitby claims to be London's oldest riverside inn.
The Bridge Inn at Calver in Derbyshire with it's stunning covering of red autumn leaves.
The Hung Drawn and Quartered pub stands on the edge of London's square mile business district. The name is a reminder of the often gruesome history of London, and a plaque on the wall in the words of writer Samuel Pepys describes an execution at Charing Cross, the unfortunate victim being dispatched in the manner from which the pub takes it's name. The pub is popular with office workers from the business district, and tourists.
The Marton Arms pub is housed in a white stone building dating back to 1679, in the pretty hamlet of Thornton in Lonsdale, Yorkshire.
The 400 year old George Inn is located in the small hamlet of Hubberholme, in the Langstrothdale Valley area of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, England. Until 1754 the building was the vicarage for the nearby church of St. Michael and All Angels, and since that time time there has been an ongoing tradition of a candle burning in the pub window whenever it is open.
Dating from the early 1800s, the Assheton Arms pub sits at the foot of Pendle Hill, in the pretty Lancashire village of Downham. The village of Downham is widely regarded as Lancashire's prettiest village.
The Smithy Pond pub, Chesterfield, Derbyshire
The White House pub sits on bleak windswept moorland on the Pennine Hills, straddling the border of Lancashire and Yorkshire. A former coaching house, the pub dates back to 1671, and at 1,300 feet above sea level, it is open to the harshest of winter elements. This area is very popular with walkers, and in cold weather the pub has a very welcoming blazing log fire, a good selection of ales, and delicious food.