June 15, 2016
Father’s Day - Top 15 homes for sale near Britain’s best pubs
We all think that we have the Best Dad for hundreds of different reasons, from picking us up in Dad's Taxi at silly o'clock in the morning, to standing in the rain cheering us on when we're trying our hardest to get that elusive equaliser. It’s safe to say that our dads will always be there for us just when we need them. With Father's Day fast approaching, now is our chance to make sure they know how much we love and appreciate them and so, we'd like to wish our Great British Dads a Very Happy Father's Day on Sunday 19th June 2016.
Pub of the Year
Horse & Groom, Bourton-on-the-Hill
This stunning four-bedroom detached house is occupying a completely unique environment with a predominantly walled 470 square yard garden to the rear.
New Pub of the Year
Porch House, Stow-on-the-Wold
A beautifully presented three-bedroom semi-detached property located in a popular residential area.
Beer Pub of the Year
Fat Cat, Norwich
Four-bedroom detached residence in a leafy location close to the city, with delightful and far reaching views over the Yare Valley.
Own-Brew Pub of the Year
Well presented six-bedroom Grade II Listed town house, including original Victorian floor tiles within the entrance hall.
Wine Pub of the Year
Nestled within a lightly wooded valley, this four-bedroom detached residence boasts stunning views to the surrounding hillside and gardens.
Unspoilt Pub of the Year
White Lion, Barthomley
A fabulous and spacious five-bedroom family home located on the desirable Wychwood Park, set around a PGA European standard golf course.
Town Pub of the Year
The Wykeham Arms, Winchester
Overlooking beautiful open countryside, this five-bedroom property is a detached home of impressive proportions and exquisite finish quality.
Country Pub of the Year
The Fleece, Bretforton
An immaculately presented four-bedroom detached house.
Inn of the Year
Luttrell Arms, Dunster
A fine four-bedroom Grade II Listed detached "Gentleman's Residence" built in 1925, occupying a magnificent setting within the Exmoor National Park.
Dining Pub of the Year
Bunch of Grapes, Pontypridd
This three-bedroom house was originally built for the local mine manager and to this day still retains many original features.
Landlady of the Year
Kathryn Horton, The Ostrich in Newland
Four-bedroom Grade II listed barn conversion with a lovely outlook towards the turrets of Clearwell Castle.
Value Pub of the Year
Crown & Trumpet, Broadway
This three-bedroom semi-detached property is occupying a corner location within an exclusive country estate.
The Pheasant, Keyston
A six-bedroom fabulous period home is believed to date back in parts to around 1640s.
Punch Bowl, Crosthwaite
A three-bedroom Grade II Listed, 18th century barn conversion refurbished in recent years with plenty of original character.
Lord Poulett Arms, Hinton St George, Somerset
A charming detached, three-bedroom cottage which dates back to the 18th Century.
*All properties are on sale at the time of publication