These are the best-looking pubs in the UK, according to CAMRA

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has announced the winners of its annual Pub Design Awards.

The awards, held in association with Historic England, recognise high standards of architecture in the refurbishment and the conservation of existing pubs.

“Our 2017 winners celebrate an enormously wide variety of building styles and contexts – from a modern new build to a historic high street landmark, from a textile mill conversion to a Victorian restoration,” said Sean Murphy, CAMRA’s Pub Design Awards coordinator.

“The sheer diversity of these winners, and their evident commercial success, shows just how vibrant a pub can be – and what an agent of regeneration it can provide – if treated with respect and sensitivity for both building and clientele.”

Keep scrolling to see some very beautiful ancient mills, coffee houses, and hotels, and get some inspiration for your next pub trip.

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