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Bar: A traditional public bar, where the beer may be cheaper
Quiet Pub: Free from piped music, jukeboxes, electronic games and TVs (at least one room)
Real Fire: A fire fuelled by coal, smokeless fuel or logs
Family Room: Where the licensee guarantees that families are warmly (and legally) welcome in their own separate room, not a corridor or a corner of the main bar or lounge
Cask Marque: Cask Marque Accredited
Pub Games: Traditional pub games played
Accomodation: Rooms to let (no assessment of quality or price is made)
Garden: This may vary from a garden to benches on a pavement, or even a village green
Daytime Meals: Not snacks but substantial fare (including one hot dish) and in the pub itself, not in a separate restaurant
Evening Meals: As for lunchtime meals; separate restaurants are often mentioned in the pub description
Disabled Access: Easy access to the pub and WCs
Real Cider: Real drought cider (not keg cider) available
Parking: Pub has its own car park
Smoking Area: A specially designated soking area, usually heated and/or covered.
Lined Glasses: Oversized lined pint glasses used for some or all beers
Function Room:
Dog Friendly:
Live Music:
Sports TV:
Near Station: Within half a mile, sometimes including steam or electric railways.
Near Bus Stop: Bus routes that regularly pass close to the pub.
Real Ale: Serves cask ales.