The worst beer gardens in Britain – but we bet you’d still love a pint in one after 8 weeks in lockdown


AFTER eight weeks in lockdown, Brits are eager to return to the humble pub garden.

However, not all of them are that enticing, with some rather depressing gardens across the UK.

Here are the worst pub gardens in the UK

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Here are the worst pub gardens in the UK

While a pub beer garden is a staple in all summer plans, some pubs didn’t get the memo to make them nice for punters.

Outdoor heating, comfy seats and a great view are just some of the things that make a relaxing drink with friends.

Instead, these gardens offer brick wall-views, dodgy seating and creepy ambience.

We’ve rounded up some of the worst offenders – which you might still end up visiting after lockdown

1. Locked doors

This beer garden in Walsall doesn't have a lot going for it

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This beer garden in Walsall doesn’t have a lot going for itCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

2. Social distancing to the extreme

Only two people can enjoy this 'pub garden' although is already ahead of the curve with social distanced seats

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Only two people can enjoy this ‘pub garden’ although is already ahead of the curve with social distanced seatsCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

3. Double parked

A parking space for a car was also deemed this pub's beer garden

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A parking space for a car was also deemed this pub’s beer gardenCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

4. Room and a view

Dirty brick walls and a view of the car park completed this beer garden

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Dirty brick walls and a view of the car park completed this beer gardenCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

5. Take a seat

Who needs comfy seats when you can have an office chair to drink a pint from?

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Who needs comfy seats when you can have an office chair to drink a pint from?Credit: Not known, clear with picture desk

6. Nearly plastered

There are high hopes for this beer garden which is apparently mid-construction - yet still open for punters

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There are high hopes for this beer garden which is apparently mid-construction – yet still open for puntersCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

7. Sloshed by lunchtime

A flood didn't stop these friends from enjoying their drinks

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A flood didn’t stop these friends from enjoying their drinksCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

8. Pint-size space

While it is still a pub garden, this particular one looks very sad

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While it is still a pub garden, this particular one looks very sadCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

9. Hole in the wall

A hole in the wall was taken to new extremes for this pub garden

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A hole in the wall was taken to new extremes for this pub gardenCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

10. Seeing double doors

A fire exit view is the best this pub can offer from the beer garden

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A fire exit view is the best this pub can offer from the beer gardenCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

11. Warning signs

A brick wall and a warning sign are some of the beautiful sights at this Manchester pub

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A brick wall and a warning sign are some of the beautiful sights at this Manchester pubCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

12. Outdoor seating

When your pub doesn't have a garden? Make your own

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When your pub doesn’t have a garden? Make your ownCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

Pub gardens may be able to open by next month – although may be slightly different than before.

Farms and streets should be allowed to be used for extra space when reopening pub gardens, according to a tourism boss.

Tourism Alliance director Kurt Janson told Sun Online Travel: “Pubs could open back onto fields, especially in rural areas, and use farmer’s fields to increase the footfall.”

Sun visits Betsey Wynne pub to find out what a socially distanced pint could look like





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