Historic Pub Interiors

Unspoilt clubs — here is your definitive guide to the nation's most important historic clubs interiors. Since the 1960s few clubs have escaped major changes but this website helps you seek out the best historic examples we have left. They range from simple unaltered village pubs to glorious late-Victorian extravaganzas. Each is very special in its own way.

This list has been compiled by CAMRA's Clubs Working Group and is the product of over twenty years careful research. It identifies pubs with intact traditional interiors or which have features and rooms of national importance.

If you are a CAMRA member, and you would like to volunteer to help Clubs Working Group, read about the surveying we do.

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Tucker's Grave, Faulkland, Somerset.

There is a prospective buyer for this wonderful rural gem but it is feared that the intention is for it not to remain as a pub. Local campaigners are doing all they can to have it remain in pub use but do visit now just in case.

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Bulls Head, Wrockwardine Wood, Telford, Shropshire.

The glorious Victorian all-over tiled front room has now been reopened on a regular basis after several years being closed. Well worth a visit.

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Cardigan Arms, Kirkstall Road, Leeds.

This fine, little-altered late Victorian pub has recently been sold to the owner of Kirkstall Brwery and its future is hopefully secure after some years of uncertainty.

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Britain's Best Real Heritage Pubs

Britain's Best Real Heritage Pubs book cover

The second edition of this definitive printed guide to CAMRA's National Inventory of Historic Pubs Interiors with details of 260 pubs throughout the UK with interiors of real historic significance many stretching back a century and more. This is a totally new edition of our book published in 2013, with new photography (nearly 700 high-quality illustrations), updated information and a further 'try also' selection of 75 other historic pubs we know you'll enjoy. 320 pages, easy-to-use listings, helpful mapping and a series of articles explaining the history of the pub and its fascinating features. Order at www.camra.org.uk