After the Christmas and New Year festivities have ended, things can become a tad gloomy in the wintertime in the UK, but we can always rely on a decent, traditional, country pub, with real ale and a log fire to raise our spirits. Find a static caravan to rent, take a trip to the country, get well wrapped up; take a vigorous walk and end up with a pint of beer sitting next to an open fire, a fine way to chase away the winter blues.
The Plough and Harrow – the Vale of Glamorgan
Known to be one of the most distinctive pubs in the local area, this 14th century building’s enormous open fire will entice you to stay for hours. A static caravan to rent in Glamorgan will provide an ideal base for a long weekend break or a week’s holiday break.
The Old Bookbinders Arms – Oxford
This is one of Oxford’s favourite bars, offering quiz nights, at least six guest ales and special food and drink deals every day.
The George – Burpham, South Downs National Park
This 17th century country pub has been serving the locals for over 300 years. They currently advertise a January 2016 “Re-tox” menu to help you recover from the Christmas excesses. The George has been recently refurbished with a contemporary interior decoration. There is a variety of caravan holiday parks near the South Downs National Park.
Haunch of Venison – Salisbury
A traditional pub, dating from around the 12th century, with its interior decoration of tiny rooms, ancient wood panels and a sizzling open fire, you will be guaranteed a warm welcome. Renting a caravan on a Salisbury caravan park will allow you not only to enjoy the pubs in the area but also visit such sites as Stonehenge and other places of interest in Wiltshire.
Ypres Castle Inn – Rye
This very popular pub, with its original décor inside, offers real ale and excellent food to the visitors of Rye.
The Woolly Sheep Inn, – Yorkshire Dales
Step inside this welcoming pub with an inviting fireplace and home cooked food, where you can enjoy a pint of ale by the fireside. The Yorkshire Dales is an ideal place to find a static caravan to rent with a wealth of caravan holiday parks, both lively and tranquil.
The Blue Bowl Inn – The Chew Valley, Somerset
An 18th century building converted to a traditional West Country pub, situated adjacent to the great fishing lakes of Chew and Blagdon. The Blue Bowl Inn serves excellent, home cooked fayre with the famous Buttcome Bitter being available all year round.
Whether it’s for family dining, a lazy Sunday lunch or for a special birthday celebration, the perfect country pub location could be closer than you think. Later you can head off back to your fully equipped modern, static caravan to snooze away the excesses of your afternoon.
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