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Tan Hill Inn TAN HILL INN, North Yorkshire.
Britain's highest pub and one of the most interesting. Regular live music, camping and
accommodation in en suite rooms and bunk rooms. Meals served lunchtimes and in the
evenings.  Popular with car and motorcycle clubs.
I usually visit every six weeks or so.
Telephone: 01833 628246.
New Delight Inn NEW DELIGHT INN, Colden, West Yorkshire.
Friendly family owned pub with plenty of character in the hills
above Todmorden and Hebden Bridge.  Occassional live music.
The pub will be taking over the running of the adjacent campsite
in 2016.
I usually visit at least once a month.
Telephone: 01422 844628.
Helwith Bridge Hotel HELWITH BRIDGE INN, near Settle, North Yorkshire.
lively pub just off the Settle and Horton in Ribblesdale road
in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.  This pub has long been the
haunt of cavers visiting the local potholes.  Plenty of events and
occassional live music.  Camping in adjacent campsite (not run by
pub) and accommodation in small bunkhouse.
I usually visit every six weeks or so. Telephone: 01729 860220.
Lion Inn, Blakey Ridge LION INN, Blakey Ridge, North Yorkshire.
Cosy pub in the heart of the North York Moors National Park.
Accommodation in ten well appointed rooms, mostly en-suite.
Meals served all day until 10pm. Great views across the moors.
Camping available for pre-booked walkers on the Coast to Coast.
Walk.  Expect me there about six times a year.
Telephone: 01751 417320.
Clapham Bunkhouse & Bar BUNKHOUSE AND BAR, Clapham, North Yorkshire.
Small bar and café in bunkhouse in the Yorkshire Dales National
Park.  Accommodation in several bunkrooms. Popular with and
run by cavers The bar is usually open lunchtimes until early
evening but sometimes until midnight for special events. I visit
very frequently, usually when passing through the area.
Telephone: 015 242 51144.
Packhorse Inn, Widdop PACKHORSE INN, Widdop, West Yorkshire.
Lovely and cosy family pub up on the moors between Hebden
Bridge and Colne, just inside West Yorkshire and not far from
the Pennine Way path.  Open lunchtimes and evenings most
of the week and all day Sundays.
I often visit for a pint and will stop overnight a couple times a year.
Telephone: 01422 842803.
Newfield Inn, Duddon Valley NEWFIELD INN, Duddon Valley, Lake District.
One of the Lake Districts best kept secrets, well away from the
main tourist areas in Seathwaite halfway along the Duddon
Valley between Broughton in Furness and the Wrynose/Hardknott
Passes.  Camping half a mile away at Turner Hall Farm.
I visit mainly for the annual fell run and live music which takes.
place on the Saturday after the Spring Bank Holiday.
Telephone: 01229 716208.
Drovers Inn, Inverarnan DROVERS INN, Inverarnan, Scotland.
This is not a Scottish theme pub, this is the real thing!  Large
pub full of character and accommodation in many rooms. Drinks
and meals served by kilted barmen. Regular live music. Ideally
situated on the A82 near Loch Lomond north of Glasgow.
Camping available nearby. I still visit occassionally.
Telephone: 01301 704234.
Greyhound Inn, Barnoldswick GREYHOUND INN, Barnoldswick, Lancashire.
Friendly community owned pub not far from the town centre.
Regular live music Saturday nights and early Sunday evenings.
Local beers.
I visit frequently when "passing through" and stay overnight on
Telephone: 01282 850670.
Mishnish Hotel, Tobermory MISHNISH HOTEL, Tobermory, Isle of Mull.
Iconic Scottish pub in the colourful town of Tobermory on the Isle
of Mull.  Great range of beers, whiskies and spirits.
Accommodation in 12 rooms and live music.
I made regular visits to the Mishnish and hope to visit again soon.
The pub changed hands recently after having been in the same
family since 1869. Telephone: 01688 302500.
Tunnel House Inn, Gloucestershire TUNNEL HOUSE INN, Coates, Gloucestershire.
I made regular visits to this pub over a couple of years after
discovering it when I went to view the Sapperton Canal Tunnel
which runs under it. Enjoyed great and late nights with great
people. Took a two year break after it changed hands in 2014
when new owners having made a number of changes but
recently resumed my visits there. Telephone: 01688 302500.
Yew Tree Inn, Cauldon, Staffordshire YEW TREE, Caudon, Staffordshire.
A "must see" pub near some cement works off the main road
between Ashbourne and Leek. The pub is a treasure house of
collectable items such as gramaphones, fire arms, musical
instruments and other curious items. There are some polyphons
which can be played using pre-decimal coins available from
behind the bar. I visit the Yew Tree when I am travelling to my.
parents in Lichfield. Telephone: 01538 309876.