Good Pub Guide

Ranging from the highly prestigious "Pub of the Year" through a range of other categories these pubs demonstrate an excellence above and beyond even the other entries in the Good Pub Guide itself.

A 300-year-old inn with all the character that goes with great age but with inventive food, lovely service, cosy bedrooms and a lush garden, the Horse Guards in Tillington (Sussex) is our Pub of the Year 2017.

Looking after her remote pub in its breath-taking position and offering a genuine welcome to her customers, who come from all over the world, Judith Fish of the Applecross Inn is our Landlady of the Year 2017.

2017 New Pub of the Year winner Lion Inn

A historic former coaching inn, the restful and stylish Lion Inn in Winchcombe is our New Pub of the Year 2017.

Britt and Guy Manning, both stunning chefs, own and run the Red Lion at East Chisenbury – our Dining Pub of the Year 2017.

Value Pub of 2017 Queens Head Kirkby la Thorpe

For their interesting and very fair value lunchtime meals, the Queens Head in Kirkby la Thorpe is our Value Pub of the Year 2017.

Inn of the year 2017 winner is The Inn at Whitewell

Continuing enthusiasm from our readers and with open fires in some rooms, the elegant old manor house that is The Inn at Whitewell is our Inn of the Year 2017.

2017 Town Pub of the Year winner the Banke House in Kings Lynn

The stylish and handsome (it was Barclays bank’s first opening) Bank House in King’s Lynn, with its many bars for both eating and drinking and quayside seats, is Town Pub of the Year 2017.

In a peaceful spot and once three labourers’ cottages, the medieval Cottage of Content in Carey is our Country Pub of the Year 2017.

Built using timbers salvaged from Armada wrecks, the Olde Gate in Brassington is Unspoilt Pub of the Year.

Cheshire Cat Pubs & Bars is our Pub Group of the Year 2017.

Whisky Pub of the Year 2017 Sligachang Hotel on Skye

The Sligachan Hotel on Skye, set amid stunning scenery and with a choice of over 400 whiskies, is Whisky Pub of the Year 2017.

The exceptionally knowledgeable Patrick Groves reckons he could put 1,000 wines on his bar – and so Woods in Dulverton is our Wine Pub of the Year 2017.

Own Brew Pub of the Year is the Watermill at Ings

For its ten excellent Watermill ales, the Watermill at Ings is our Own-Brew Pub of the Year 2017.

It would be pretty hard to beat knowledgeable and enthusiastic Colin Keatley’s collection of 32 well-kept ales, so the Fat Cat in Norwich is Beer Pub of the Year 2017.

For their multi-award-winning beers, Hook Norton is our Brewery of the Year 2017.

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