Find a cosy pub near you
Heading inside now the nights are getting cooler? Or just after a spot to warm up after a brisk weekend walk? There's nowhere better than a warm, cosy pub.
Crackling fires, seats you can sink into and comforting pub food – that's what a good cosy pub is all about. So grab a drink, order the pie and mash and settle in for the afternoon. With hundreds of cosy pubs across England, find a cosy pub near you with great food, drinks and service.
Visit one of these warm and welcoming pubs located in great areas across the south of England and search for cosy pubs by area using the location filters below.
The Antelope, Belgravia
The Antelope is a beautiful, traditional pub in Belgravia, with plenty of character and a history that dates back to the 17th century. Lively in the evenings and great spot for lunch!
The Artillery Arms, Old Street
A gem of a place on the edge of the City, The Artillery Arms is a traditional and characterful London pub serving top notch food and beautifully conditioned real ales.
The Barley Mow, Epsom
The Barley Mow is extremely popular with the locals. We offer great traditional food, superb real ales and a spacious, secluded beer garden that offers a front row seat for the great British summer!
The Barrel & Horn, Bromley
Voted one of the best businesses in Bromley, The Barrel and Horn is the place for cocktails, craft beers & friendly service. The brilliant kitchen team prepare seasonal food daily - Booking recommended. Our great live music line up will resume as the guidelines allow so watch this space for Live music getting back up n' running in Bromley!
The Bat & Ball, Hambledon
At the heart of the delightful Hampshire village of Clanfield, The Bat and Ball is famous locally for its cricketing history, fabulous food, fine cask ales and warm, friendly welcome.
The Bear & Ragged Staff, Romsey
The Bear and Ragged Staff is a 16th century pub nestled in the heart of the Test Valley, serving excellent home cooked and localy sourced food and a great range of beers, ales and wines.
The Bear Inn, Oxford
The Bear is the oldest pub(1242) in Oxford and a hidden gem,tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the High Street. Students, locals and tourists drop in to enjoy a great pint and home-cooked food.
The Blackbird, Earl's Court
With an outstanding reputation for great beer and delicious homemade food, The Blackbird is featured in the Good Beer Guide and its Beautiful Bedrooms are a great base for exploring London.
The cosiest country pubs with open fires in Hampshire
Picture this: you’re exploring the Hampshire countryside and the weather has taken a turn for the worst. It’s cold, windy and raining, and you’re in search of warmth and sustenance...
You stumble across a charming country pub by chance, and head inside to take refuge from the dark, wintery day. You’re greeted by the delicious aroma of mulled wine and hearty home-cooked food, and the warm, friendly smile of the barman.
You spot a roaring open fire at the back of the dining room, and choose a cosy, comfy spot within reach of its warm, amber glow…
If that sounds like your ideal way to spend a cold afternoon, here's a list of the best country pubs in Hampshire for doing just that – with real fireplaces, hearty pub meals and warming drinks – perfect for taking refuge on a chilly winter’s day.