8 Cosy Pub Walks

Looking for a way to spend an afternoon this weekend? We can't think of a better way than a visit to a cosy pub where you can nestle up to a fire, have a drink, chow down on some chips, and get competitive with a board game. That's why we've collected some jaunts that feature lovely pubs. Only one thing beats a pub lunch, and that's a well-deserved pub lunch. So grab your granny, grandad, husband, wife, boyfriend, girlfriend, lads, gals, or kids and get out for some explorations this weekend. 

1. Longshaw Tearoom to The Grouse

An easy stroll near Sheffield with some AMAZING views. Stop off at The Grouse Inn to refuel on a spectacular chocolate brownie. If you've not got a sweet tooth choose something else from their varied and veggie-friendly menu.

2. The Jubilee Walkway Section 2

A jam-packed 5.5km walk along the Thames to see some of London's big sights. After seeing landmarks such as Tower Bridge, the HMS Belfast, and Shakespeare's Globe, you'll be well and truly ready for a stop off at The Dickens Inn. You could brave it in their beautiful beer garden or head inside to enjoy a pizza.

3. The Swaythling Circular

A kid-friendly walk in Southampton with river views, playgrounds and park life, not to mention loads of history and wildlife along the way. End up at The White Swan, a carvery pub on the river, for a nice Sunday roast and a drink.

4. Charlestown to Duporth Beach trail

This Jaunt in Cornwall is for you if you love Poldark, tall ships, deserted beaches, skimming stones, and homemade scones. After enjoying what this postcard-perfect town has to offer visit The Pier House pub for some fish and chips.

5. Bristol Harbourside Walk

Take a walk around Bristol's famous floating harbour and choose from one of the selection of pubs along the route including The Grain Barge, a permanently moored boat, or The Pump House, which was originally built in 1870 to house a hydraulic pump that powered the bridges and lock gates.

6. Enville and the Sheep Walks

A circular stroll through Enville, Staffordshire. You'll be rewarded by incredible views and a lovely old pub called The Cat Inn whose history can be traced back to 1718. It has a great selection of drinks, good food and friendly service.

7. Brewery Crawl to Southwark Park

Explore a selection of breweries taken resident in London's Victorian brewing district before finishing off in the beautiful Southwark Park. Be sure to speak to the craft beer experts and enjoy your beer with a board game or some delicious ramen or pie.

8. To the Mortal Man

Take a scenic journey in the Troutbeck Valley, just outside Windermere and Ambleside in the English Lake District. The Mortal Man is the perfect place to stop and admire panoramic views of the Lakeland mountains.



There you go, weekend sorted! 

Hana, Steve & The Go Jauntly Team

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