Heritage Pubs

The United Kingdom has over 60,000 pubs. One of their great joys is their sheer variety. They range from simple rural pubs to late-Victorian extravaganzas, from the genuinely old to the aggressively modern, from urban back-street boozers, through suburban estate pubs, to picture postcard rural idylls. Every architectural style is represented, be in Art Nouveau or Art Deco, high Gothic or post-war Brutalism.

CAMRA is wholly committed to doing all it can to protect our dwindling stock of intact historic pub interiors. They have a Pub Heritage Group made up of CAMRA members who are passionate about protecting and promoting our historic pub interiors. Some members of the group are recognised architectural and pub historians.

The Group maintains the National Inventory of interiors which have remained intact for a long time and/or have features of exceptional historic or architectural importance.
More information can be found at Heritagepubs.

The Group is also developing Regional Inventories featuring interiors which, whilst not in the absolute top drawer, are still rare and precious survivals.

* Cask Ale.

BELFAST


COUNTY ANTRIM

BALLYCASTLE
BALLYEASTON
BALLYMENA
BUSHMILLS
CUSHENDALL
CUSHENDUN
GLENGORMLEY
LISBURN
PORTRUSH
RANDALSTOWN

COUNTY ARMAGH

CAMLOUGH
MEIGH
MULLAGHBAWN
PORTADOWN
POYNTZPASS
TASSAGH

COUNTY DOWN

ARDGLASS
CASTLEWELLAN
HILLTOWN
KILLYLEAGH
NEWCASTLE
PORTAFERRY

COUNTY FERMANAGH

ENNISKILLEN
IRVINESTOWN

COUNTY LONDONDERRY

CASTLEDAWSON
COLERAINE
LIMAVADY

COUNTY TYRONE

AUGHER
DUNGANNON
MOY
STRABANE

The above is not the definitive list and pubs could be excluded if changes are made that make them unsuitable for listing.
Full reports and photographs can be found at CAMRA's Pub Heritage:
website.


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