5 best UK beach bars and pubs to beat the heat

Zetland Arms, Kingsdown : The Kent pub Zetland Arms opened back in 1863, and even has beers made by Sheperd Neame, the oldest in the country.

It's found on the shingle beach of Kingsdown Beach, so you can enjoy your glass of wine with your feet in the pebbles.

The Watering Hole, Perranporth : Found in Cornwall is the The Watering Hole, perched right on Perranporth Beach.

It opened back in 1978 and claimed to be the oldest bar on the beach in the UK.

Old Neptune, Whitstable : The popular seaside town of Whitstable's most famous pub is Old Neptune, which is right on the beach.

The Victorian pub was washed away back in 1897, although has since been restored over the years.

The Coombe Barton Inn, Crackington Haven : The Coombe Barton Inn is off the beaten track, perched on the edge of Crackington Haven beach in Cornwall.

It's popular with surfers, with it being one of the only pubs nearby to head to after a day in the water.

Ty Coch Inn, Porthdinllaen : Found in the village of Porthdinllaen in Wales is Ty Coch Inn. You'll have to walk to get to it - the roads that offer access to the pub are only open to residents.