(NEW!) Real Heritage Pubs – East of England


Bedfordshire . Cambridgeshire . Essex . Hertfordshire. Norfolk . Suffolk

This guide will lead you to 100 pubs throughout the East of England that retain interior features of real historical significance. They range from rural ‘time-warp’ pubs to old coaching inns and include some unsung pub interiors from the inter-war and post-war periods.

Fully updated and Illustrated with high-quality photographs throughout; discover the variety of historic pub interiors in the East of England, while informative articles explain their significance. It champions the need to celebrate, understand and protect the genuine pub heritage we have left with every pub described, highlighting its special historic features.

• Includes Lord Nelson’s local; one of the claimants for the smallest pub in the county; and two of only eight pubs still operating without a bar counter.

• Visit genuinely old pubs, some 500 years old; the East of England has the largest number of ancient snugs formed by settle benches and we guide you to them all.

• We also show you where you can play some of the most unusual pub games in the country.

• Has contact details and information about the availability of real ale, accommodation, and food.



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Based on CAMRA’s East of England Regional Inventory of historic pub interiors You can visit the Pub Heritage site here >>