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The Giant Peach

Our blog about all things peachy


Enjoy a staycation in a pubs with rooms

Staycation A holiday spent in one’s home country rather than abroad, or one spent at home and involving day trips to local attractions. With the British weather being so glorious this year and with five of our pubs having lovely rooms, and one boutique hotel, we are all for the staycation. All in good locations, … Continued

Making Life Peachy

Peach began in 2002, when we opened The Rose & Crown in Warwick, believing every town deserves a great pub. Today we have eighteen pubs in lovely town and villages – and an undimmed devotion to making life Peachy. What do we mean by Making Life Peachy? Our values make us unique and making life … Continued

A Peachy 15th year

It’s time for our annual report… A few more facts and figures than our usual blogs, but nonetheless, we’re very proud of what we’ve achieved in our 15th year! Peach numbers point to positive future as business turns 15: This year Peach marked its 15th anniversary with a solid performance and good organic growth from … Continued

A new look for The One Elm

It’s been just over two weeks since we reopened the doors at The One Elm, after a top-to-toe refurbishment making the friendly neighbourhood pub the perfect place to eat, drink and catch up with friends any time. As well as transforming the look and feel of the pub, we’ve brought a brand new all-day menu … Continued

The Telegraph Reviews The Bear & Ragged Staff

“Take the opportunity to escape the bustle of Oxford with a stay at this comfortable pub in a village on the outskirts of town. The building dates back to the 16th century, but today it is run by foodie-centric pub group Peach Pubs.” Caroline Mills, Travel Writer. Recently Caroline Mill, a travel writer for the … Continued

Peach Launches The High Field Studio in Edgbaston, Birmingham

We’ve launched a new event space in the city, The High Field gastropub and the High Field Town House boutique Hotel in Edgbaston have thrown open the doors to The High Field Studio. The former architects’ space, flooded with light from floor to ceiling windows, is a multi-function venue that can be tailored to suit any … Continued

What We Did in 2017

Lots actually. We started by slathering care and attention on the lovely, eccentric pub we acquired right at the end of 2016. The Duke of Wellington, between Guildford and Leatherhead, is listed for its great age and its fabulous fancy brickwork, scattered across the pretty village of East Horsley by local landowner Lord Lovelace in … Continued

Risk-taking at the Big B

The pub industry is very different today to when I first worked for Peach 14 years ago.   Lots of pubs have closed while others have thrived in what has been, and continues to be, a tricky economic climate.  With seemingly limitless competition, endless food offers and lots of the same in terms of décor and … Continued

The new Brookmans comes to Brookmans Park

Nestled in the heart of Brookmans Park, the all-new Brookmans has opened its doors this week to reveal for the first time its chic new interior and fabulous food and drink that are set to turn the place into a style hot-spot. From top to bottom, the entire space has been transformed, giving Brookmans a … Continued