Traditional pub on two floors located in Covent Garden close to Trafalgar Square. The pub's emphasis is firmly on real ale, real cider and real conversation, with 10 hand pumps on the bar. Try the buzzing downstairs bar with its old victorian portraits and beautiful coloured glass frontage. Or you can seek out the calmer upstairs room with its comfortable chairs in an intimate atmosphere.
Although many visitors to Great Britain find themselves landing in London, there's plenty more to explore beyond the big city. The Brits are famous for their love of flower-filled gardens and fresh country air, and these small towns are as picturesque as they are relaxing.
The Nutshell, in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England is Britain's smallest pub. The 16th century building measures less than 5m by 2m and there is no room for more than half a dozen customers at the bar.
The Grapes - Narrow Street's famous pub that Charles Dickens himself used to visit. It even featured in one of his novels, 'Our Mutual Friend'. Now owned by local Limehouse resident Sir Ian McKellan, it's a very cosy pub famous for its fish restaurant with great views over the River Thames.