Best looking pubs revealed by CAMRA

CAMRA has unveiled the winners of its Pub Design Awards.

CAMRA has unveiled the winners of its Pub Design Awards, which recognise the most innovative new projects of architecture, design and conservation in pubs across the country.  

There are five winners and four highly commended pubs across different categories, ranging from refurbishment to new build.

"We hope beer lovers across the country will seek out these examples of excellence and plan visits to them whether they are local or just visiting," says CAMRA’s awards director Laura Emson. "It has been an incredibly difficult few years for the pub industry, so let’s all support our locals this year and raise a glass to these shining examples in pub excellence."
New Build (assessing newly built pubs in 2022)
Strawberry Thief, Swindon 

Conversion to Pub Use Award  
Turk's Head, Exeter (winner) 
Bod Matlock, Matlock (highly commended) 
Fourth Fiend, Meltham (highly commended) 

Cadogan Arms, London (winner, pictured)
The George, London (highly commended) 

Historic England Conservation Award
Black Lion, London (winner) 
Spread Eagle, London (highly commended)

Community Local   
Gordon Arms, Bedford (winner) 

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