THE UK'S MOST BEAUTIFUL PUBS London The Red Lion, 2 Duke of York Street SW1Y 6JP On a good day sun’s rays filter through The Red Lion's windows, catching the array of polished mirrors, bevelled glass and rich wood that decorates this diminutive but immaculate Victorian jewel. It's another London pub rebuilt in the 1870s, with little changed since.
Ye Old Fighting Cocks St Albans, Hertfordshire, said to be the oldest pub in the UK, dates from 793, it is thought that there are tunnels running between the Cathedral and the pub's beer cellars which were once used by monks
Tucked away in a narrow alleyway, the premises were originally built as two houses in the late 17th century and then converted into a tavern. Located near the Bank of England and frequented by bankers. Lovely old pub with food.. Located in the Cornhill area of London, England.