The Pennine Way Old Nags Head, Edale
This pub is at either the end or the very beginning of the Pennine Way, either way you can’t miss it! Stop in for a great selection of beers. The pub also features a large beer garden often packed with walkers and their companions in the summer, as well as a cosy roaring fire in the winter.
Tan Hill Inn, Richmond
Nestled in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, The Tan Hill Inn proudly claims the title of highest pub in Britain at 1,732 feet (528 m). Situated in a building dating back to the 17th century, originally used as a hostelry by workers digging coal pits. Though the last mine in the area closed in 1929, the pub still stands today. This quirky pub and inn is a popular stop for those hiking the Pennine Way.
Thames Path The Brewery Tap, Abingdon-on -Thames
The Brewery Tap was Winner of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) town and village pub of the year 2017-2019 and has also been featured in The Good Beer Guide 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018! The pub features a cosy fire for the winter season, a beer garden for the summer months, and if you stop by on the weekend you might be able to catch some live music.
Hadrian’s Wall PathTwice Brewed Inn, Hexham
Popularly mentioned as the best pub along Hadrian’s Wall and they brew their own beers on site. Take a break from walking by taking a brewery tour on site. Or opt to stay the night and watch the skies come alive, and go dark skies stargazing as Twice Brewed Inn is located in the Northumberland Dark Sky Park. As a bonus, this pub is also located closely to the Pennine Way.
South Downs Way Ye Olde George Inn, East Meon
A delightful pub right along side the lovely River Meon. You barely have to step off the South Downs Way to enter into this pub. You’ll find all of the regular brews and bottles at this pub, and the menu features locally grown and organic produce and changes seasonally.