Trips to the pub are now back on the agenda, with outdoor-only drinking at pubs allowed across England, and in Scotland and Wales from tomorrow.
To help make your next public-house expedition extra special MailOnline Travel here reveals some of the UK’s most picturesque pub gardens, from a boozer with a beautiful orchard in Worcestershire to a stunning beachside spot in Fife and an inn with views of Ben Nevis. Scroll down and decide where you’d like to enjoy an outdoor tipple or two…
The Purefoy Arms, Preston Candover, Hampshire
The stunning garden for al-fresco drinking and dining at The Purefoy Arms in the tiny village of Preston Candover
The Purefoy Arms serves food by chef Gordon Stott, who was named ‘Pub Chef of the Year’ at the Craft Guild of Chefs Awards in 2017
The Purefoy Pod – the pub’s heated dining pod that can seat up to six people
This gastropub in the tiny village of Preston Candover has a stunning garden for al-fresco drinking and dining.
It has numerous benches, but the pub encourages customers to bring blankets so they can set themselves up ‘picnic-style’ on the lawn…