We can’t think of a better way to spend a cold or wet winter day than warming by the fire in a cosy pub with good food and drink. We’ve put together a few gems from across England that you can discover.
If you’re looking for a village pub with traditional rustic charm, why not try The Beckford Inn. A refurbished 19th-century Cotswold pub and hotel in the village of Beckford on the Worcestershire—Gloucestershire border.
Inside, you’ll find cosy interiors, complete with stone floors, three stoves, and open-plan restaurant space.
The Litton in Radstock is an award-winning country pub. Their whiskey bar is intended to be your home from home with two log burning stoves.
They showcase 50 whiskies and other spirits from across the globe, unique to The Litton and sourced for their rarity.
If you’re looking for a true Yorkshire pub, then the multi-award-winning Woolly Sheep Inn could be the one for you.
With homely accommodation, amazing cask beers and fresh food located in the vibrant market town of Skipton.
You’ll find The Trout at Tadpole Bridge nestled deep within the West Oxfordshire countryside, surrounded by fields and with the River Thames flowing just outside the door.
They make the most of sustainable, locally sourced produce with their cosy bar setting as the perfect place for you to relax.
The Duke William is a quintessential Kentish pub located in the heart of the garden of England.
You can relax in front of the fire, perch at the bar or tuck yourself away in a cosy corner to enjoy the superb food, drink and atmosphere.
Let us know on socials if you visit any of them or tag us the next time you visit your favourite cosy pub. We’re looking forward to seeing your perfect setting to cheer you up on a miserable day.