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 Boat, Berkhamsted
In the pretty town of Berkhamsted lies The Boat - a charming, traditional pub that serves up great food, delightful real ales and wonderful views of the Grand Union Canal.
The Butchers Hook and Cleaver, Farringdon
Located next door to the famous Smithfield Market in London, The Butchers Hook and Cleaver is a lively, spacious pub that serves up fantastic food and award-winning ales in traditional surroundings.
The Cambridge Arms, Bristol
A friendly, bustling local at the heart of the community, Great liquid refreshment and engaging, smiley service. Relax and unwind in one of Bristol's best pubs
The Chineham Arms, Chineham
With a spacious open-plan bar and a warm welcome from staff, you'll feel instantly at home with us. This lovely retreat boasts great fresh food, fine ales and no shortage of charm and character.
The Churchill Arms, Kensington
The Churchill Arms lays claim to being London's most famous pub. Built in 1750, this Kensington pub was once frequented by Winston Churchill's grandparents and now many a modern day celebrity
The Counting House, Cornhill
Built in 1893 as a magnificent banking hall, the aptly named Counting House oozes 19th Century grandeur. A simply stunning pub with some of the city's finest bedrooms and wonderful homemade pies.
The Crown and Sceptre, Shepherds Bush
A hidden gem in the quiet backstreets of Shepherds Bush, The Crown and Sceptre is a traditional London local serving first-class ale and excellent Thai food.
The Crystal Palace, Bath
A beautiful, traditional pub at the heart of historic Bath, The Crystal Palace is one of the city's true gems. Just metres from the Roman Baths, the pub is a historic landmark in itself.
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.