The Barrowboy & Banker, London Bridge
With its high ceilings, large windows and an impressive sweeping staircase, the Barrowboy & Banker pub in London Bridge offers a grand welcome.
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. A roaring fire in the winter and al fresco dining in summer make this a pub for all seasons.
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 Bishop on the Bridge, Winchester
This lovely Winchester pub sits on the banks of the River Itchen with amazing views from its terrace. Near Winchester Cathedral and other local attractions, it's a great place to enjoy food and drink
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 Black Horse, Greenford
A spacious, traditional pub split over two levels, The Black Horse occupies an idyllic spot on the Grand Union Canal. Enjoy an al fresco pint in our beer garden, as well as live music and pub quizzes.
The Blue Boat, Hammersmith
The Blue Boat in Hammersmith is all about life on the river. Enjoy fabulous, refined food and a premium collection of drinks - and catch stunning sunsets from the spacious patio next to the water.
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.