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The Mermaid, Copnor, was built to a design by A E Cogswell in 1900 and is little changed inside.

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Portsmouth Pubs – M - Portsmouth Pubs

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The Good Companion dates from 1938. Picnic benches outside and a large car park.

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The Good Companion - Portsmouth, Hampshire

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Fort Cumberland Arms, Eastney. Built in the 1920s and has a beer garden.

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Love Your Local: The Fort Cumberland Arms, Portsmouth

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The George Inn, Portsdown Hill, is an 18th Century Grade II Listed pub. Fabulouse views from the outside seating area.

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The George Inn - Picture of The George Inn, Cosham - TripAdvisor

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The Rose in June. 19th Century pub with large beer garden.

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Pub landlandy plans an exorcism to get rid of ghostly barman

The Apsley House was converted from a private house. Supposedly haunted..

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Pub landlandy plans an exorcism to get rid of ghostly barman

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The Florist public house, Fratton Road has a 1928 facade. It was built as a coach house in 1869, making it one of the oldest pubs in Portsmouth

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It’s a tale of two florists...

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The Bold Forester, Albert Road, Southsea was built in the early 1870s and has a large patio garden.

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The Trafalgar in Landport is a Grade II Listed building, formerly a Churdh of England Soldiers and Sailors Institute.

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Photos of Trafalgar House - Portsmouth - Portsmouth - England

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The Star and Garter in Copnor dates from the 1920s and has its original green glazed brick exterior.

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The Star and Garter (C) Barry Shimmon

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