CAMRA has recently released the new edition of Britain’s Best Real Heritage Pubs. This book explores over 250 UK pubs which have real historic significance. This book and its regional companions are the result of over 25 years research by CAMRA to discover pubs that are essentially unaltered and/or have features of national historic importance. Sheffield has four entries: The Bath Hotel, The Grapes, The Sheffield Tap and The White Lion.
These, and many more, are included on the CAMRA Pub Heritage website: www.heritagepubs.org.uk On this site, Sheffield has the largest number of entries of any Yorkshire city: Sheffield 17, York 14, Leeds 12.
Sheffield has three pubs which have an historic pub interior of national importance: The Bath, The Sheffield Tap and the Sportsman (Hackenthorpe).
– Dave Pickersgill