National Trust Pubs

I was in one the other day (the Tower Bank Arms in Sawrey , Lake District) which was very agreeable. I didn't realise the NT owned any pubs so it got me thinking "how many pubs does the National Trust own and what are they like?"
Google revealed umpteen but I haven't actually been able to find a list. Anyone help?
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JF
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John Frum
The only one I've come across was the Crown in Belfast - currently being restored.
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Joe Bloggs

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This is King's Head in Aylesbury and one of my favourite pubs. It is managed by Chiltern Brewery so mainly their beers. Highly recommended.
David
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David Thornhill
I don't have a definitive list, and neither it would appear does the NT itself, but according to the NT there are 36 in all:
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Here are a few more to add to the list:
The Fleece, Brereton, Worcs (which tragically burnt down a couple of years ago and was restored).
George Inn, Borough High Street, London.
Various pubs in Lacock, Wiltshire (NT owned village).
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BrianW
In message , BrianW
The Fleece is at Bretforton, near Evesham , not Brereton near Cannock.
A very fine pub it certainly was, and hopefully still is though I haven't been there since the fire.
D
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Dave Spencer

is now in the hands of the NT. Sizergh Castle is the ancestral pile of the Hornyold Strickland family - I kid you not. I understand that they have now dropped the Hornyold part of their name.
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M Platting
And I think that the Hardwick Inn, near Hardwick Hall in Derbyshire, is also owned by the Trust.
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Brian
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BrianW
On Sun, 5 Aug 2007 11:05:28 +0100, John Frum wrote (in message ):
Here's the list the NT press office sent (unfortunately the email was not formatted as they thought):
"A-Z list below. Those in bold are managed by the National Trust, the rest are tenanted.
Bankes Arms, Studland, Dorset Bankes Arms Hotel, Corfe, Dorset Birling Gap, East Dean, East Sussex Buckinghamshire Arms, Blickling, Norfolk Castle Inn, Chiddingstone, Kent Castle Inn, Bodiam, East Sussex Cedar House Hotel, Cobham, Surrey (hotel) Cross Keys, Cautley, Cumbria Crown Liquor Saloon, Belfast Cwmdu Inn, Cwmdu, Dyfed Dolaucothi Arms, Pumpsaint, Dyfed Dolmelynllyn Hall Hotel, Ganllwyd, Gwynedd (now a hotel, not a pub) Fleece Inn, Bretforton, nr Evesham, Hereford & Worcs George Inn, Lacock, Wilts George and Dragon, West Wycombe, Bucks George Inn, Southwark, London Hardwick Inn, Chesterfield, Derbyshire Kings Mills, Wrexham, Clwyd King's Head, Aylesbury, Bucks M. McBride's, Cushenden, Co Antrim Manor House Hotel, Studland, Dorset (now a hotel, rather than a pub) Marisco Tavern, Lundy, Devon Morden Hall, London [restaurant/bar] Nelson's Head, Horsey, Norfolk Old Dungeon Ghyll, Great Langdale, Cumbria Plough Inn, West Wycombe, Bucks Radnor Arms, Coleshill, Berkshire Red Lion, Broadclyst, Devon Red Lion, Lacock, Wilts Red Lion, Bradenham, Bucks Red Lion, Kilmington, Stourton, Wilts Ship Inn, Low Newton-by-the-Sea, Northumbria Sign of the Angel, Lacock, Wilts Spread Eagle, Stourton, Wilts Strickland Arms, Sizergh, Cumbria Sun Inn, Saffron Walden, Essex (now a shop) Swan, West Wycombe, Bucks The Logan Rock, Treen, Cornwall Tower Bank Arms, Nr Sawrey, Cumbria Ty Coch, Porthdinllaen, Llyn Peninsula Tyn-y-Groes, Ganllwyd, Gwynedd Vine Inn, Pamphill, Dorset Wizard of the Edge Inn, Alderley Edge, Cheshire"
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John Frum
Well done! I never thought of actually asking them. ;-)
Maybe you could resend with the tenanted ones marked * or something.
They're rather pushing it calling this one a pub. It's a restaurant.
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BrianW
In message , David Thornhill writes
Do you know which Xian cult the Chiltern owners belong to? It seems strange to find religious fundies brewing beer, unless it's an old-established sect with roots in the days when beer was a temperance drink.
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MadCow
I have and you would not know it had burnt down. However it took me a short while to realise that the thatched roof (the cause of the fire in combination with a chimney I believe) has been replaced with tiles. If you did not know you would never guess!
Stuart Hudson
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Stuart

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