Best Pub Gardens Of Britain And Ireland – Part II

In the last part, I introduced you to some of the awesome legendary places that have updated themselves according to the whims and fancies of the contemporary era. Over the years, they have managed to establish themselves and make a tight hold in the market and are now-a-days riding the wave of public adulation. Following, I will bring into limelight more such tempting pub gardens, so look out for them carefully…..

5. Anchor Inn

Beer, Devon

This lush garden location affords magnificent panoramic view down to one of the most beautiful little coves lying in the southwest. Nearby lies the rocky shore, sheltered by tall cliffs, littered with boats like bath toys pulled following the day’s catch. Beer, a working fishing village possesses charming beauty but do not provide any kind of cheap concession for the tourists. The tourists can enjoy and refresh themselves in the beach waters at sunset, or else can stroll along the slipway for a pint of Abbot Ale in the breeze, below a faint moon.

6. Rashleigh Inn

Polkerris, Cornwall

This is an alluring spot which can undoubtedly be used as a substitute for the term garden. This incredible pub is located on a tiny, sandy beach in an off the beaten path Cornish cove. It offers mouthwatering and gorgeous beer and food, so don’t miss the excitement and surely visit this pub.

Cornwall Beach

7. Stackpole Inn

Stackpole, Pembrokeshire

Stackpole Inn is an enchanting spot where you get an opportunity to glare the gushing lawn spills that lay down the lane, blazing with summer blooms and are heady with honeysuckle. The cottage village pub behind is enticing in its appearance and tempts you to move inside. Although you may not be thirsty, but the moment you give a conscious look over the garden, you will stop and enter inside.

Indoors, the Stackpole Inn is surprisingly efficient and the set up is more suitable for diners than drinkers. The specialty here is fresh fish from the coast, lobster in garlic butter and sea bass in coriander and lime. After you have enjoyed your meal, you can find solace at the nearby Barafundle Bay.

Barafundle Bay

8. Riverside Inn

Aymestrey, Herefordshire

Apparent from the name itself, this amazing little pub settles on the sides of dreamy river Lugg by the verdant Herefordshire countryside. It is a marvelous location, and the terraced riverside garden outlooks scenic views of dragon, damsel, butterflies, leaping trout, kingfishers and even an otter. Nearby, there is well-kept Wye Valley Ale from Stoke Lacy.

Beyond these, there are lots of cheery pub gardens that possess the tendency to captivate you, so watch out and don’t dare to miss them.

Best Pub Gardens Of Britain And Ireland – Part I

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