Our Favourite Pubs
Whether you’re looking for a light bite after a long walk, a gourmet dinner at sunset, or just a moment to toast to your adventures ahead or days well-spent, you’ll find a welcoming inn just moments away from our stunning cottages across the country. Come together in a pub loved by the locals, and make memories you’ll treasure forever.
No matter the destination, you’ll find a charming tavern or upmarket bistro just moments from our cottages near a pub, and we don’t expect you to find them on your own. From family afternoons in sunny beer gardens to cosy Sundays by a crackling ale-house fire, our truly local teams can help you find the perfect local pub for every occasion.
Discover our favourite pubs below.
Good Pub Guide-recommended, the Victoria Inn in Perranuthnoe, Cornwall is a must visit. A friendly inn along the southern Cornish coast near Marazion, indulge in the imaginative and enticing menu, relax in the pretty tiered garden, or cosy up by the wood-burning stove. Relax to your heart's content after days at the beach.Find a cottage
Probably the oldest pub in Norwich, The Adam and Eve in Bishopsgate dates back at least 700 years. This historic building sits meters away from the winding Wensum River - on which the city of Norwich was founded - and serves delicious ales and excellent food within its flint and brick walls.Find a cottage
Perched along the golden sands of Porthdinllaen Beach, the Ty Coch Inn is arguably one of the best pubs in Wales, and in 2016, was rated one of the best beach-side bars in the world. With breathtaking views across the Irish Sea to the spectacular Yr Eifl mountain range, it’s a truly breathtaking spot for a refreshment.Find a cottage
Welcoming fell hikers and climbers for more than 300 years, the Old Dungeon Ghyll in the awe-inspiring Langdale Valley is an idyllic spot for a mid-walk pick-me-up. The lively Hikers’ Bar has real ales, the occasional open-mic night, and live acoustic music most Wednesday evenings. Dog-friendly and in a beautiful location, we're certain you'll want to revisit.Find a cottage
The Lion and Lobster is hidden gem on Sillwood Street, a quiet road a short walk away from the centre of Brighton. Aside from its legendary Sunday roasts that were voted in the top 3 for Brighton in 2014, the pub offers a range of tasty food that is prepared on site using locally sourced ingredients. With three floors to explore, including a hidden roof terrace with separate bar, this pub is certainly one of the best kept secrets in Brighton!Find a cottage
Taking yourself on an adventure through the Yorkshire Dales will not only amaze you, but certainly work up an appetite. The Fountaine Inn offers great dining in an idyllic setting. You're guaranteed cosy snugs and roaring log fires, low ceilings and a truly warm welcome. Fine food is served all day, everyday, making the Fountaine an ideal walking destination at any time of year, and is only five minutes from the bustling Grassington.Find a cottage
Head towards the Suffolk Countryside and you'll find the charming village of Framlingham. Known for its 'Castle on the Hill' and rather famous pop star, it is also home to a great pub, Ed Sheeran's local, The Station. Quite literally an old station, the pub is full of charm and on the weekends serves delicious pizza from their wood fired oven. Head there between the 18th - 21st July and you'll stumble across their Beer Festival with great live music, you never know who might turn up!Find a cottage
After a day on the beach there's no better place to take a well earned rest and top up your fluids than The Thatch in Croyde, Devon. A quirky surfer village with beautiful thatched roofed and white brick cottages, Croyde is home to this great pub. The Thatch is the go to place for surfers, holiday goers and locals. You'll find surf reports, televisions that show all the latest water sport news and their famous nachos. It's atmosphere is always full of character, whatever the time of year.Find a cottage