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Bon Accord in Glasgow Takes Home Scotland’s Best Pub of the Year Award

Bon Accord Glasgow Pub Awards
Bon Accord Glasgow Pub Awards

Glasgow’s Hidden Gem Wins West of Scotland Pub of the Year 2023.

Nestled on North Street near Charing Cross, the Bon Accord pub has secured its place in the hearts of locals and global patrons alike. The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has recognized this beloved establishment as the West of Scotland Pub of the Year 2023, an accolade that speaks to the pub’s unwavering commitment to quality and tradition.

The Bon Accord is renowned for its impressive assortment of fine whiskies and authentic ales, making it a must-visit destination for connoisseurs and casual drinkers alike. This Glasgow gem has earned numerous awards over the years, yet remains true to its core values, ensuring every guest feels right at home.

Just a hop, skip, and a jump away from the iconic Mitchell Library, the Bon Accord offers a warm atmosphere for newcomers and regulars to unwind and sample their extensive drink selection. The pub’s recognition by CAMRA as the West of Scotland Pub of the Year 2023 underscores its status as one of the UK’s premier watering holes, well worth seeking out on your next visit to Glasgow.

In a statement announcing the award, CAMRA praised the Bon Accord’s unwavering dedication to providing top-notch beer and hospitality, extending hearty congratulations to Thomas and his team for their continued excellence.

Visit the Bon Accord and discover for yourself what makes it the ultimate Glasgow pub experience.

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