Our inner-city and urban pubs, in towns and cities everywhere, offer an outdoor haven for dining, drinking and summer socialising. With tables and chairs among planters, shrubs and trees, you can enjoy your drink outside in comfortable surroundings.
Get outside and join us in the fresh air this summer at one of our beer gardens across the UK. Below are a few of our favourites...
This grade II listed building is home to a part-paved, part-lawned garden – beautifully furnished and lit, with a sheltered dining area. The fact that this pub was once the home of Hertfordshire’s own Conservative Club goes a long way to upholding its timeless presence in the area.
This wonderful little suntrap, overlooking the bridge on the River Barn, has been a Wetherspoon pub for 15 years, making it one of our longest-standing pubs. Its garden is at the front and side of the pub, offering large umbrellas, potted flower beds and plenty of tables and chairs.
This 17th-century category B listed townhouse happens to be the oldest inn building in this Scottish town, boasting not one but two beer gardens. There is a courtyard to the front of the pub and hotel, as well as a secluded and peaceful walled garden at the rear. With mature trees, sculptures and ample tables and chairs, it is an idyllic place.
Originally opened as a school, this quaint Dublin pub provides a beautifully paved garden along its front and side, with steps for access. Along this terrace, customers can enjoy the colourful raised flower beds, plants and shrubs, all of which bring colour and vibrancy to the space.
This classic Welsh pub boasts a distinctive stone façade, covering not just its own front, but also the adjacent building which was previously the New Theatre. With a courtyard-style rear garden, this pub benefits from its own outdoor bar, with a pergola adorned with climbing plants and plenty of potted shrubs and flowers.
So, if you happen to pay your local Wetherspoon a visit this summer, consider going al fresco in one of our beer gardens.