Arts & Crafts Pubs

The Arts and Crafts Movement was a style of decorative arts that began in Britain in the 1840s inspired by the work of John Ruskin and William Morris. Although it was strong influence on the Art Nouveau pubs of the 1890s it only really came into it own in pub decoration and design from about 1905 to 1920. It was based on a rejection of industrial methods and was inspired by medieval art and architecture.

Greater London
Stunning Arts & Crafts pub

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West Midlands
Impressive Mock Tudor roadhouse

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Nottinghamshire
Striking Watson Fothergill pub

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Greater London
Amazing ‘Olde Englishe’ style inn

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West Sussex
Arts & Crafts, real ale & live music

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Nottinghamshire
Named after Watson Fothergill

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Arts & Crafts improved pub
West Midlands

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Nottinghamshire
Extravagant Victorian Gothic pub

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