Who Needs Football? ….
Pub | Pub Accommodation | Posted 2016.07.27
Football Pub alternatives:
Euro 2016 and football pub season is over for (most) of the UK (good luck, Wales!), but there’s still plenty of sport for fans to look forward to, especially with the main focus of July’s sporting calendar being in the UK. So whether you’re heading to Wimbledon with Pimms and lemonade, or going to Silverstone for high adrenaline motor racing, there’s still time to book pub accommodation nearby to relax and unwind.
Formula One British Grand Prix
Formula One returns to Silverstone on 8th-10th July with fans flocking to watch local heroes Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button take on championship rivals Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel.
Heading to Silverstone? Find local pubs to stay and keep close to the action http://www.stayinapub.co.uk/
Wimbledon Grand Slam
Already underway, the third Grand Slam of the year heads to South London with fans going to watch current title holders Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams, plus, of course, Andy Murray.
Will Andy Murray repeat his championship winning 2013? If you haven’t already planned to do so, why not travel to Wimbledon to support him? Local pubs nearby to stay can be found here http://www.stayinapub.co.uk/
The 145th Open takes place at Royal Troon, one of the great courses in Scotland, with fans looking forward to watching the British contingent of Rory Mcilroy, Danny Willett and Justin Rose in action.
Fans heading to The Open can find local pubs to stay here http://www.stayinapub.co.uk/
Below are this week’s featured Pub’s and Inns.
The Globe Inn, Chagford, Devon
Formally a coaching inn and coopery, The Globe has evolved into a focal point for the town, providing good food, music evenings, the Cinema Club plus numerous events and functions; The Globe is a very special place to visit.
Rooms from £85 per night
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The Anchor, Walberswick
An award winning inn and restaurant with bedrooms, garden chalet rooms and a fabulous holiday cottage.
Rooms from £110 per night
The Royal Ship Hotel, Gwynedd
The Royal Ship Hotel is a 19th century coaching Inn situated in the heart of the old market town of Dolgellau.
Rooms from £65 per night
The Wynnstay Arms, Wrexham
The Wynnstay is a fabulous hotel, bar and restaurant located in the Welsh border market town of Ruabon and close to both Wrexham and Llangollen.
Rooms from £50 per night
The Portree Hotel, Isle Of Skye
The Portree Hotel, originally built in 1875, is located in the town’s main street and has recently undergone extensive refurbishment.
Rooms from £120 per night
The Harbour Inn, Porthleven
Located on the Lizard Peninsula with its beautiful beaches, historic harbour and quaint narrow streets of fishermen’s homes, the Harbour Inn is the ideal location from which to explore historic Cornwall.
Rooms from £55 per night
Start planning your next holiday at a football pub in the UK today!