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Run by the same family for the last 100 years, this is a firm favourite with walkers along Dorset's Jurassic coastline, with far reaching views to the sea from a large garden filled with stone tables and the odd wandering chicken. Drinks are served through an old fashioned hatch.In summer evenings there is live folk music in a temporary marquee but the year round attraction is the tiny adjacent fossil museum, with its impressive array of skeletal finds.Spaniards Inn, Hampstead, LondonA 16th century coaching inn with an esteemed literary reputation, the Spaniards is full of atmospheric nooks and is supposedly where Keats wrote Ode to a Nightingale. Charles Dickens also gave a nod to the pub in The Pickwick Papers. Conveniently placed to offer a well deserved beverage after a stroll, in summer the garden buzzes with walkers snacking on barbecued food and there is even a dog wash for Hampstead Heath's multifarious canine population.The Green Dragon Inn, Upper Wensleydale, YorkshireThe owner of this historical pub is also a "waterfall keeper", granting entry to Britain's highest single drop waterfall Hardraw Force out one side of the pub (for a 2 fee). In September there is a brass band contest that has been running for 130 high imitation Bulgari ring gold cheap years, the music from which echoes along the gorge.The George Inn, Southwark, LondonThis medieval pub has a distinctive white galleried exterior which is the last of its kind in London. Set back from the main road near Borough Market, it is owned by the National Trust, while leased to a private company, and dates from the 17th century. It was formerly a coffee house, visited by Dickens, and gets a mention in Little Dorrit.Kirkstone Pass Inn, CumbriaDespite having a truly bleak and blustery location, this is only England's third highest inn (the Tan Hill Inn in Swaledale, Yorkshire, is the highest) but, with more than 500 years of history, it's nearly as old as the peaks that surround it. Hot, homemade meals, an open fire and an attached bunkhouse tempt walkers to put off leaving until morning.Birch Hall Inn, Whitby, YorkshireIt may be tiny but this country lane pub somehow manages to squeeze a sweet shop in between its two bars. It also serves cask beer and offers a basic menu, which includes "beer cake". The cottage, around since the 1600s, is visible in a painting by W F Wells (1762 1836).The Grenadier, Hyde Park, fake Bulgari ring b.zero1 ring gold and diamond LondonWith a smart red and blue painted exterior, The Grenadier would stand out in any parade. Sat snugly on Belgrave Square near Buckingham Palace, the pub, built in 1720, was used as a mess for the Duke of Wellington's Grenadier Guards, hence the red guard box outside.If these walls could talk they'd adopt a gruff West Country drawl and sing sea shanties. This dockside pub was a favourite of pirates back in 1664. Its attractive gables are timber beamed, with plenty of benches outside for summer drinking. One of the oldest pubs in Bristol, it's awash with myths of secret tunnels and is reputedly where Daniel bvlgari 5 band ring replica Defoe met a sailor and was inspired to write Robinson Crusoe.Prospect of Whitby, Wapping, LondonWith beginnings in 1520, this is the oldest riverside pub in London, once a notorious hangout for smugglers and thieves. Samuel Pepys, Dickens (again) and Turner are all said to have drunk here. Inside is a rare pewter top bar, outside is a beer garden and terrace that overlook the Thames.The Mortal Man, Troutbeck, CumbriaThe surrounding fells provide bvlgari ring copy wonderful views from this Lakeside inn, established in 1689, and make it a honey pot for amblers seeking local ales. There's a large beer garden and log fires light up the many crannies inside. The name comes from a medieval proverb.

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