From Yorkshire puddings in Welburn to dry-aged meats in Oxfordshire, here are the best pubs in the UK for a Sunday roast.

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From Welburn’s Yorkshire puddings to Oxfordshire’s dry-aged meats, here are the top 40 pubs in the UK for a Sunday roast.

Sawday’s picks 40 of the best places for roasts and more, ranging from ancient inns to pioneering community hubs.

You won’t be disappointed if you stop by this quaint inn in a sleepy village near Duns.

The locals are friendly, the prices are reasonable, and the food is delicious.

Tempt your taste buds with dishes like rump of local lamb and lavender and raspberry brûlée.

Sunday lunch from £12.50, sawdays.co.ukpubstheallantoninn, tel: 01890 818 260, sawdays.co.ukpubstheallantoninn

This charming Stannersburn inn, nestled in the heart of Northumberland National Park, is run with a deep knowledge of the area’s traditions.

Old photos of the community, from colliery to smithy, adorn the stone walls, serving as a record of the community’s history.

The bars are stunning: brass beer taps gleam, everything wooden has been polished to a high sheen, and the clock above the fireplace keeps perfect time.

It was once voted one of the best in the North for Sunday lunch.

Sawdays.co.ukpubsthepheasantinn, tel: 01434 240 382, sawdays.co.ukpubsthepheasantinn, tel: 01434 240 382, sawdays.co.ukpubsthepheasantinn

A lovely location in the heart of Ravenstonedale’s charming village, surrounded by beautiful walking country.

The mood is perfectly set by the chic country interiors.

There’s also a bar with local ales, a sitting-room bar with an open fire, and a light-filled restaurant.

Indulge in delectable country fare prepared with meat sourced from the surrounding hills.

Lunch from £4.95, sawdays.co.ukpubstheblackswan, tel: 01539 623 204, sawdays.co.ukpubstheblackswan

Sure, you could order the gnocchi with pickled trompettes and almond panna cotta, but you’ve come to Welburn for a fantastic roast, complete with Yorkshire puddings and “proper gravy,” as the menu proudly proclaims.

There is only one option available.

If the weather permits, take a seat in the lovely garden and enjoy superb food sourced with meticulous attention to locality and quality, washed down with Black Sheep Bitter while overlooking the Howardian Hills.

Sunday lunch from £14.95, tel: 01653 618 777, pubsthecrownandcushion.sawdays.co.uk

This cozy pub is located in the heart of Crayke village, at the picturesque top of the Grand Old Duke of York’s hill.

Sunday lunches are always a hit.

Classic roasts with all the fixings are available, as well as blackboard specials.

There are also some excellent vegetarian and vegan options.

The Crayke Estate Walk is a wonderful circular walk that can be done before or after the hike.

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From Yorkshire puddings in Welburn to dry-aged meats in Oxfordshire, here are the best pubs in the UK for a Sunday roast.

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40 best pubs in the UK for a Sunday roast: from Yorkshire puddings in Welburn to dry-aged meats in Oxfordshire

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40 best pubs in the UK for a Sunday roast: from Yorkshire puddings in Welburn to dry-aged meats in Oxfordshire

Lord Poulett Arms, Somerset, pub, pub with rooms, bar, dining, beer, wine, food, gardens, country pub Lord Poulett Arms, Hinton Saint George, Somerset Image via SawdaysThe Packhorse Southstoke The Packhorse, Bath, Bath & NE Somerset Image via SawdaysThe Killingworth Castle, Woodstock, Oxfordshire Image via SawdaysThe Swan at Marbury, Marbury, Cheshire From Sawday?s Great British Pub Guide Image via Emily EnrightThe Locksbrook Inn, Bath, Bath and NE Somerset Image via SawdaysThe Bell at Skenfrith, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire Image from Sawday???s Special Places: Pubs & Inns of England & Wales Image via Katie Young

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