Britain's Highest Pub, at 1,732ft, the Tan Hill Inn was also the first pub in the UK to be solemnised for weddings. Made famous once again when New Year's Eve revellers were snowed in for three days in 2009.

Tan Hill Inn, Tan Hill, United Kingdom

The Adam and Eve. This reputedly haunted ale house was founded in 1249, but it is believed it sits on the site of an even older Saxon rest stop dating back 1,500 years.

17 Bishopgate, Norwich, United Kingdom

The Neuadd Arms This 19th century pub is home of the world bog snorkelling championships, held for the past 34 years at Waen Rhydd Bog just outside the town. Also the venue of the annual man vs horse marathon.

The Neuadd Arms, Zion Street, Llanwrtyd Wells, United Kingdom

The Mitre Built in the 1500s, The Mitre is renowned for having the remains of a fruit tree growing in the front bar that is said a young Elizabeth I and Sir Christopher Hatton danced around to celebrate May Day

1 Ely Court, Farringdon, EC1N 6SJ, London, United Kingdom

The Bridge Inn famously featured in the final episode of the popular BBC Comedy 'One Foot In The Grave', where the curmudgeonly Victor Meldrew met his untimely demise

Shawford Road, Shawford, United Kingdom

Ye Cracke. Famous local of Liverpool's most famous son, John Lennon, who attended art school nearby. Ye Cracke also boasts the 19th century war room, where men returning from the Boer War were banished to discuss the conflict, to avoid boring others.

Rice Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom