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Toby Carvery, Edinburgh


The Balm Well in Liberton was apparently visited by James VI and people from across the Continent were, we understand, drawn to the healing well which lies on the outskirts ...

Jenny Burn, Glasgow

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We had just watched Scotland women edge the Czech Republic in a nail-biting, vital qualifier in the EuroHockey Championship II. The clock was ticking towards 8pm and it was ...

Old Spot, Bristol

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Gloucester Old Spot, 138-140 Kellaway Avenue, Horfield, Bristol BS6 7YQ t:0117 924 7693: It’s quirky in the Gloucester Old Spot and the atmosphere, food and real beer are ...

Brownlow Arms, Caldwell

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The Brownlow Arms, Caldwell, Richmond DL11 7QH (t: 01325 718471) You’ll need your sat nav to find the Brownlow Arms in the cosy village of Caldwell on the Co Durham/North ...

Jolly Judge, Edinburgh


Not a night to be wondering around Edinburgh as the rain lashed down turning The Royal Mile into a mini river. Brollies were up en masse as the heavens opened and I wished I ...

Jersey Lilly, Bristol


The Jersey Lilly, 193 Whiteladies Road, Bristol BS8 2SB t: 0844 502 9483 This popular pub sits in a prime corner site near the top of Whiteladies Road, ...

Trades House, Dundee


Dundee pre-Christmas. Shops, restaurants and pubs were busy in the city centre but we peeked through the window and liked the look of The Trades House. It has a good ...

Regal Mermaid


The Mermaid Inn, Mermaid Street, Rye TN31 7EY The Queen, it says, once ate at The Mermaid Inn situated on a much-photographed street in the heart of the atmospheric town of ...

Not Ship shape


The Ship Inn, Strand Quay, Rye TN31 7DB The Ship Inn is described as a family and dog-friendly pub and dining room with individually designed hotel rooms. It is in the heart ...
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