Pub Of The Year|
Waverley, Catcliffe, 2000 Winner
Brinsworth Road (B6067, 1 mile from M1 Junction 33)
(12 - 4) (6 - 11), (11 - 11 Sat), (12 - 4) (7 - 10:30 Sun)
Beer Range Varies (H)
Modern stone pub, opened in 1984 by the present licensees, it has three rooms: a small traditional tap, a spacious lounge and a large childrens room.
Set back from the road it also has a large patio and outside play area. Four ever changing ales are always available, sourced from brewers large and small with at least one from Glentworth using available.
George of the Dragon, Wentworth, 2001 Winner
85 Main Street (B6090, Approx. 1.5 miles from M1 Junction 35)
(11 (10 Sat & Summer) - 11) (12 - 10:30 Sun)
Stones Bitter; Taylor Landload; Wentworth WPA; Guest Beers (H)
Traditional pub at the heart of a conservation village. Popular with drinkers and diners it opens 10am for breakfast. The choice of nearby Wentworths beers includes Black Zack, named after former landlords dog; the village shop sells Wentworth bottle beers. Wentworth Woodhouse (18th Century) as the longest frontage of any house in the country; the park contains many deer. Children welcome in the pub garden.
The Loyal Trooper, South Anston, 2002 winner
34 Sheffield Road