The Pub Guide 2008
Automobile Association, 2007 - Travel - 810 pages
Fully updated for 2008, this colorful guide features recommended pubs in Britain recognized for their quality food and atmosphere. Over 2,000 traditional countryside inns, taverns, gastro-pubs, and welcoming hostelries are included, carefully selected on merit with no charge for entry. It features full color throughout with more photographs than competing guides. The guide also features inspected and rated accommodation. Each entry includes information on opening times, prices, and food. Quality seafood pubs are highlighted. There are also useful symbols throughout, such as AA Rosettes and Stars, to indicate the quality of food and accommodation, and a Wine Glass symbol identifies where a range of wines are available by the glass. Special features include the AA Pub of the Year Awards.
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