Wide open spaces in London are pretty few and far between, but it's The King's Arms in Wandsworth giving you the illusion of a world away from the city thanks to a beer garden brimming with its own outside bar, private bookable huts and more.
Best Beer Gardens In The UK
The UK's cobbled corners and vast green landscapes aren't its only treasures. Bringing you beaut boozers up and down the country, we're filling this list with all things special about the UK beer garden. From stunning views and secret spots to crisp cold pints in the sunshine, we're celebrating what it means to have a drink outside.
When it comes to beautiful beer gardens in Oxford, Head of the River is just that, head and shoulders above the rest. Set alongside the River Isis and serving up British favourites alongside a roster of wine, beer and ales, it's the perfect city escape.
You'd think that with a beach nearby, Brighton wouldn't need a beer garden, but one won't hurt, right? A laidback beauty just shy of the shore, Patterns bring you miami vibes mixed with bottomless brunches and a regular rotation of DJs.
Few hit the spot during the summer months in Birmingham quite like The Distillery. A stunning building set amongst the backdrop of the city's famous canal, The Distillery's two floors bring you craft beer, outside seating and of course, cocktails.
Sitting pretty next to Glamorgan Cricket, not only is Brewhouse & Kitchen Cardiff nestled in amongst more than a few famous sport spots, their garden makes for a premium stop off thanks to a big outdoor drinking space and plenty of craft brews to go around.
In a city like Edinburgh, you can expect stunning history and even more stunning streets, so how do its beer gardens live up? If Cold Town House is anything to go by, incredibly well. With a rooftop overlooked by a castle and pizza and cocktaisl a standard, it's a must in the sunshine.