Spread Eagle

Located in the peaceful town of Mellor, stands the Spread Eagle, a striking country pub boasting open countryside views and delicious signature pub classics. On the doorstep of spectacular lush green valleys and imposing fells, and nearby the Ribble Valley and some interesting local landmarks such as The Cannons and The Tank Toposcope, The Spread Eagle is the perfect location for a lovely meal soaking in the terrace sun or cosying up by the winter fire with a smooth cask ale after a long afternoon stroll in the great outdoors.

Bramley Farm

Welcome to Bramley Farm. We are located in Altrincham. A great place to take the whole family, this Farmhouse Inn is friendly, welcoming and warm.

Wearside Farm

Welcome to The Wearside Farm. If you’re passing through Tyne and Wear, why not stop by for a drink or bite to eat? A great place to take the whole family, this Farmhouse Inn is friendly, welcoming and warm.

The Royal Oak

It’s time to share The Royal Oak’s delicious food and drinks together. We are all about delicious small plates, designed to be shared with friends.

Like a good friend, your local pub The Royal Oak is always there for you. When times get tough, The Royal Oak is a safe space, it’s friendly, warm, welcoming and you can be yourself amongst people that know you.

The Crown Inn

In the picturesque village of Hallow, just north of Worcester, stands the Crown Inn, a charming traditional country pub. This astounding building, dating back to the 17th century when it was first mentioned in the Court Rolls, has a fascinating multi-functional history including that of being used as a court throughout the 18th and 19th century for local case hearings. The crown is now a warm and welcoming country pub serving delicious hand-picked pub favourites and specials that celebrate the seasons as well as delightful wines and locally brewed cask ales. Ideally located just outside the medieval city of Worcester and just a stone’s throw away from the riverbank of the River Severn, whether you’re looking to unwind after a busy day exploring the Tudor streets and cathedral of Worcester or to cosy up after a countryside walk over panoramic riverside views, our pub is the perfect spot to cosy up with your loved ones for a delicious heart-warming meal.

The Bull

Try our new country walk to explore the beautiful countryside around our pub. Perfect if you want to build up an appetite or walk off that hearty lunch. With its handsome timber framed weather boarded exterior and imposing bulls head over the door The Bull Inn is a 16th century Grade II listed country pub on the edge of Hockley Woods that has welcomed visitors through its historic doors for hundreds of years. Just 6 miles from the seaside resort of Southend-on-Sea and the world’s longest pleasure pier for which Hockley Woods provided the timber and within easy reach of Rayleigh Wickford and Basildon, The Bull has a distinctly rural essence. A gateway to the 280 acre Hockley Woods the largest woodland in Essex and a remnant of the ancient wildwoods that once covered much of England The Bull connects the lovely woodland walks of Hockley with the rolling landscape of the Crouch River Valley to the north. In summertime on long hot days and balmy evenings the beer garden buzzes with visitors. Even in the winter thanks to the cosy olde worlde interior it’s an idyllic place to savour traditional pub food and drink. Make sure you don’t miss our monthly quiz night, live music and our annual beer festival.

Riverside Inn

In the charming village of Cound, at the heart of the Shrewsbury countryside, stands the postcard-perfect Riverside Inn country pub. The beautiful grade II-listed building boasts astounding views over the River Severn and fascinating heritage around the former local railway. The Severn Valley Railway line, constructed in 1861, used to run between the inn and the River Severn and the inn was in fact a station on the line called the Cound Halt. At the Riverside Inn, that heritage has been brought to life with an outdoor bar in one of the old Coach-House buildings where visitors are welcome to unwind and take in the scenery over a delicious drink from the expertly curated range. The rural riverbank setting offers a great opportunity to explore local walking paths before warming up with one of the pub’s specials and a cosy open fire through the winter months.

Rockingham Arms

Visit the Rockingham Arms in Wentworth for a great drink or meal out!

The Squinting Cat

Our new menu is now here! Grab your favourite people and head to The Squinting Cat and tuck into our new menu! What are you waiting for?


They keep ’em busy all day at this roomy city-centre pub built as the name suggests, on the site of an auctioneers (and before that, a church). From the regulars calling in for breakfast to the upbeat weekend revellers dancing till late, this is a bar that offers something for everyone. Whether you’re enjoying your Belhaven Extra Cold over a meal, joining your mates to watch LIVE SPORT on one of the 12 television screens or meeting a fellow shopper for an afternoon coffee, The Auctioneer’s will make you feel at home.