Tucked away just off from the High street of Wimbledon Village, the Fire Stables is the perfect restaurant. Open all day, every day offering everything from a light lunch to a half dozen oysters through to a delicious three-course dinner and of course brunch at the weekends.
With its stone floors, exposed brick walls and leather banquette seating, The Fires Stables is the perfect restaurant regardless of the occasion.
City Gate Hotel
A lovely traditional pub with a warm friendly welcome in the center of this historic Cathedral City. We have a secret garden, cellar bar, conservatory, function room & 15 en suite rooms.
We like to think of ourselves as a great pub with rooms rather than a hotel, we're small enough to offer friendly & personal service to all our guests. Come & try our seasonal British fare along with a fabulous range of real ales, lagers and wines in a great Young's pub.
The first Young’s pub in Cambridge; a stone’s throw from the train station and just 45 mins from Kings Cross & 30 minutes from Stansted airport, we are the ideal pit stop while waiting for your train, after work drinks or relaxing with friends and family.
Our menu showcases fresh British seasonal dishes and at the bar you can find an extensive draught selection or why not try some our carefully selected wines Our warm & welcoming staff are dedicated to making sure your visit is a memorable one.
Fox & Anchor
City of London
A traditional pub in the heart of Smithfield with 6 stunning boutique hotel rooms. Serving seasonal British food, real ales and London gin from dawn until dusk. Nestled deep in the lively & exciting Smithfield area, the former original London gin-joint has been lovingly restored to its former glory and a whole lot more as well.Take a look
The Hammersmith Ram is found on King Street in Hammersmith, at the centre of the shopping area and close to local theatres: the Lyric & Eventim Apollo. The pub is contemporary, relaxed and airy. We offer great service and a nice, friendly atmosphere.Take a look
Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire
The Blue Boar is a beautiful newly refurbished traditional pub. A listed building that dates back to 1641, this old coach house is located right at the end of the high street. A real local pub with a fantastic British seasonal menu. The bar offers a wide selection of lagers, real ales and an extensive wine list accompanying the food perfectly. It is a homely space with a wood burner perfect for cold days and cosy evenings. Original wooden beams line the pub lacing it with character and giving it that warm country feel.Take a look
The Bear, Oxshott
The Bear offers the best of both worlds with a relaxed pub atmosphere complete with log fire for those cold winter evenings alongside relaxed informal dining throughout. We pride ourselves on the freshest British produce available with a menu created by our Head Chef Karl; on the bar we have the heritage supplied by Young’s conditioned cask ales and our extensive wine list from around the world available both by the glass and bottle. Whatever the occasion, we look forward to welcoming you at the Bear.Take a look
Welcome to the Victoria, Surbiton. We do things properly here: things like simple food cooked just right paired with an extensive range of local beers and spirits. We’re even proud to boast a Sunday lunch that could even be better than your mum’s.Take a look
Nestled in the heart of Bermondsey Street, The woolpack, the busiest, craftiest little pub this side of the river. The Woolpack is a gem of a pub, that place you accidentally stumble across and think "why have I not been here before?" it's your new favourite local before you even knew it. Our garden is one to boast about and makes all other pub gardens look like cabbage patches. It is heated, covered and can be enjoyed all year roundTake a look
Brook Green Hotel
The Brook Green Hotel, is a warm place to relax and unwind after a long day. Situated in leafy Brook Green, convenient to Hammersmith, Shepherds Bush and Kensington Olympia. At heart we’re a friendly local pub, boasting fantastic cask ales and the best in British food. Tucked away in the basement is a buzzing cocktail bar with weekly live music nights. Upstairs are 17 stylish boutique bedrooms.Take a look
The Prince Alfred
Located just minutes from the picturesque canals of Little Venice and steeped in history, our beautiful pub is unique with an eclectic twist. With its beautiful Victorian interior, classic and yet contemporary food and stand out drinks. Grab a table, relax and enjoy The Prince Alfred.Take a look
The Nine Elms Tavern
A modern and exciting new pub on the River Thames! We have a variety of areas available to drink, dine and relax in, including a big, beautiful outdoor terrace. For large groups, our 'upper deck' is the place to be and boasts great views of the river.Take a look
Situated in the heart of Esher, The Bear is a perfect place for you and your family. If you're staying with us for a day at the races, visiting the local theme park or just visiting family in the area. We are the place to stay with seven stylish bedrooms upstairs.Take a look
The Bull & Gate
Kentish Town, London
As late as 1840, Kentish Town was a half-rural village with a thriving community of artists and engravers. As the road network improved, the ‘Boulogne Gate’ coaching Inn - so-called to commemorate Henry VIII’s victory in France in 1544 - was a practical drop-off point for those visiting London from the north. When the old inn was rebuilt in the grand gin palace style in 1871, a combination of historical misunderstanding, mispronunciation and poor sign-writing led to the pub being renamed as the Bull & Gate.Take a look
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey
The Spring Grove has always been the heart of the Community in this lovely area of Kingston Upon Thames. Young's bought The Spring Grove in 1896 and we still proudly serve craft and cask-conditioned ales, world class wines (many served by the glass) and refreshing long drinks.Take a look
Coach and Horses Barnes
A great traditional Young's pub on Barnes High Street with an amazing beer garden serving a good selection of real ales and home cooked food. Our private room, The Stable, is great to hire for up to 80 people and has its own bar and big screen, pop in to have a look.Take a look
Located just yards from the legendary Cutty Sark, The Old Brewery is a charming and characterful building set within the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College. The pub features an impressive dining room with old brewing tanks, as well as an expansive outdoor terrace. The perfect spot for a refreshing drink and bite to eat, whilst enjoying a view! We serve fresh, seasonal, British food sourced from around the South East of England and we are proud to serve a fantastic range of London brewed craft beers and London distilled spirits.Take a look
City Gate Hotel
Lower North Street, Exeter
A lovely traditional pub with a warm friendly welcome in the center of this historic Cathedral City. We have a secret garden, cellar bar, conservatory, function room & 15 en suite rooms. We like to think of ourselves as a great pub with rooms rather than a hotel, we're small enough to offer friendly & personal service to all our guests. Come & try our seasonal British fare along with a fabulous range of real ales, lagers and wines in a great Young's pub.Take a look
The Grove, Bristol
With its waterside location and two large alfresco terraces, Riverstation is a friendly and relaxed space for any time of day. From breakfast and brunch to lunch and dinner our seasonal menus, carefully selected local beers and ciders, wines by the glass or bottle and expertly mixed cocktails work side by side with a warm welcome, professional service and delicious food whenever you choose to visit.Take a look
A traditional local pub in that is the heart of the village of Beddington. Built in 1897 on the site of an 18th century inn.It is rumoured that the pub is haunted by a man in a cap and objects have been known to move with no explanation! The pub still has a tunnel in the cellar that leads to Carew Manor in Beddinton Park which was frequently visited by Queen Elizabeth 1st and Sir Walter Raleigh whose head is buried in the churchyard of St. Mary's Church. Traditional English food served daily from 12noon - 6pm, with the Chef's specials updated daily and traditional roasts served on Sundays.Take a look