40, The Market, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 8RF
Covent Garden Market is one of the most entertaining and popular destinations in London and the Punch & Judy is possibly its most famous pub. The grand market hall hosts dozens of shops and restaurants, but both Londoners and tourists are drawn to the Punch & Judy for its unique atmosphere.
8 Main Street, Wentworth, South Yorkshire, S62 7TL
The Rockingham Arms is an attractive 19th century hostelry of ivy-clad honey-coloured stone, set in the heart of the South Yorkshire countryside in the picturesque village of Wentworth. Beautifully kept Yorkshire stone houses line the streets of this quaint and peaceful village, famous for the baroque and palladian splendour of Grade I listed Wentworth Woodhouse, one of the largest stately homes in Europe.
84 Upper Tooting Rd, London SW17 7PB
The King’s Head began life in the late 18th century as a coaching inn providing rest and refreshment for travellers heading south from the capital. However, it was the vision of esteemed Victorian architect W. M. Brutton that transformed the King’s Head into a magnificent gin palace and "one of the most exotic confections among London’s pubs". Brutton was famous for building pubs across London in a unique and extravagant style, attracting intellectuals and artists in the 1920s including Virginia Woolfe and George Bernard Shaw. English Heritage describes The King’s Head as ‘perhaps his masterpiece and least altered interior’.
91 Clifton Street, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, FY8 5EH, UK
This capacious pub was originally built in the late 19th century as a hotel to cater to the ever-increasing number of holiday-goers flocking to the seaside resort town of Lytham St Annes. The pub is located on the town’s main high street, Clifton Street, near where the old tram terminus would have once stood.
400 Bolton Road West, Holcombe Brook, Ramsbottom, Bury, Lancashire, BL0 9RY
It may be the only pub in the picturesque village of Holcombe Brook, but that isn’t the only reason the Hare & Hounds is so popular. This characterful country pub, which has stood on the site for at least a century and possibly longer.
3 Water Road, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 6XN
The Old Club House is a spacious pub occupying a Grade II-listed building in the handsome spa town of Buxton. Constructed in 1896, the pub building originally served as the home of the Union Club gentlemen’s club.
Fir Road, Bramhall, Stockport, Cheshire, SK7 2NP
The Ladybrook is a large, handsome pub in the leafy suburb of Bramhall in Stockport. Its mock-Tudor façade reflects the style of nearby Bramall Hall.
103 Stoke Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 4JN
The Stoke pub is set in a traditional Gothic building that has been tastefully decorated in contemporary style, with wood panelling, neutral blue and white walls, a wooden horseshoe-shaped bar and a scattering of chalkboards listing the latest food and drink offerings; it even has its own wood-fired pizza oven!
420 Hale End Road, Highams Park, London, E4 9PB
Situated in north-east London, the County Arms has an intriguing history. Though it has been a drinking establishment for more than a century, the pub building hasn’t always been associated with vice. In fact, part of the pub had an altogether more virtuous function, originally serving as a church.
1860 Paisley Road West, Cardonald, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G52 3TN
Quo Vadis pub – meaning ‘where are you going’ in Latin – has been a much-loved meeting place for residents of the southwest Glasgow suburb of Cardonald for decades. When it first opened in the 1960s, the pub immediately established itself as the go-to spot for locals on nights out, attracting guests with its cocktail and food offerings
Percy Street, Haymarket, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, NE1 7PF
A landmark sports pub in the centre of the Haymarket in Newcastle, the Junction is a big, lively place that’s well-known for its devotion to Newcastle United Football Club. There are often crowds of football supporters inside and a Newcastle United mural on the wall above the pool table.
295 Mansfield Road, Carrington, Nottingham, NG5 2BY
Located at a busy junction along the major A60 Mansfield Road within the Sherwood Rise Conservation Area, the Grosvenor pub naturally attracts a lot of guests. Its attractive stone façade, which features pretty period-style bay windows and overlooks the main road, helps draw in hungry and thirsty passers-by.
90 Coombe Road, New Malden, Surrey, KT3 4RD
This Grade II-listed pub in the residential suburb of New Malden is just as lovely today as it was when it first opened as a hotel-cum-pub in the late 1880s. Beneath its high ceilings is a light-filled space where original features, including stained-glass windows, wood panelling and two functioning fireplaces up the charm factor.
Court Square, Carlisle, CA1 1QX
The Griffin is a large and lovely pub located right at the heart of Carlisle, just next door to the city’s listed railway station. Occupying a huge Victorian building, the pub spreads across two floors and during summer, the fun spills out onto the street.
Lonsdale Terrace, West Jesmond, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, NE2 3HQ
The Lonsdale Hotel is a big, modern pub in the affluent area of West Jesmond, a suburb just north of the centre of Newcastle. Tucked away among the residential streets of Lonsdale Terrace and Hazelwood Avenue, this pub has a neighbourhood feel and a sociable vibe.
Stoneleigh Broadway, Stoneleigh, Epsom, Surrey, KT17 2JA
The Station, a vast pub that looks just like a perfectly preserved house from the Elizabethan era but was actually built in the 20th century, sits in the quiet commuter town of Stoneleigh.
Leyfield Road, West Derby, Liverpool, L12 9EY
The Royal Standard is a big, friendly locals’ pub in the historically significant Liverpool suburb of West Derby. Wrapped around the corner of Deysbrook Lane, the pub shares a street with the entrance of Melwood, Liverpool Football Club’s training ground.
2 High Street, Romford, Essex, RM1 1HR
The Golden Lion is located on Romford High Street at the centre of the town’s shopping and dining area. Built in traditional 15th-century style, the inn has long been a point of focus in Romford and was even used as a stopping-off point for royalty on their way to and from London.
1-2 Market Square, Buckingham, Bucks, MK18 1NL
This spacious pub occupies a gorgeous Georgian building in the heart of the bustling market town of Buckingham. It was originally built in the 18th century to serve as a coaching inn, a place of respite for tired travellers who would stay overnight, allowing both them and their horses to feed and rest before embarking on the one-day coach journey to London the following day.
60 Streatham High Road, London, SW16 1DA
The Horse and Groom fronts the bustling Streatham High Road in leafy south west London, just five miles from London city centre. Even as far back as the 17th century, the thoroughfare upon which the pub stands was much used, as it served as the main coach road to destinations including Croydon, East Grinstead and Newhaven.
41 The Cross, Lymm, Cheshire, WA1 3HR
The Golden Fleece is a 19th-century pub in the village of Lymm, a conservation area of outstanding natural beauty.
Lower Morden Road, Morden, Surrey, SM4 4SS
This beloved pub is a Morden stalwart. Originally known as the Beverly, the Morden Brook was first built in the 1900s, back when Lower Morden was still an independent, rural farming community.
120 New Malden Road, New Malden, Surrey, KT3 6DD
A down-to-earth local set in the busy heart of New Maldon, this roomy inn blends tradition with modern conveniences. High ceilings, a large wood-panelled bar and wooden pub tables characterise the downstairs area, giving it an air of bygone charm, while six large TV screens strategically placed around the room ensure guests can enjoy a thoroughly modern sport-viewing experience.
Bushey Mill Lane, Watford, Herts, WD24 7TQ
The Tudor Arms is a handsome mock-Tudor pub that occupies a huge corner plot on Bushey Mill Lane in North Watford. Just a few minutes’ walk from Watford North train station, the pub is a hit with local commuters, who pour through its big, grand wooden doors to experience its warm, cosy atmosphere.
Southwell Road West, Mansfield, Nottingham, NG18 4LA
The pub was originally built in 1934 and is said to take its name from a large oak tree that once stood on this site, which was reputedly used for hanging criminals.
205 Larkshall Road, Chingford, London, E4 6NT
Hidden away down a hedge-lined driveway in a quiet neighbourhood, the Larkshall is a relic of the rural Chingford of old. A locally listed building, the pub occupies an attractive converted farmhouse set back from the residential road upon which it stands.
44 Canal St, Nottingham NG1 7EH
Set in a converted warehouse, the enviably located Via Fossa has some of the best canal views in Nottingham. A tucked-away side entrance leads guests into a spacious, Gothic-inspired interior. Sofas on the ground floor encourage drinkers to get comfortable, while a separate dining area, caters to hungry souls looking for a feed.
4-5 St. Giles Square, Northampton, NN1 1DA
This pub is set in a grand and stately building that once served as a bank. It faces onto St. Giles Square, the beating heart of Northampton, and has a long and storied history, having been used as council offices before Barclays set up shop here.
Front Street, Whickham, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE16 4EF
A traditional pub in the charming town of Whickham. Turn up during a big sporting competition to find the friendly locals cheering on their teams. Come in the evenings to enjoy live music, games of pool and raucous partying on the weekends. In clear summer days, guests bring their drinks outside and bask in the sunshine, while winter promises roaring log fires and hearty cask ales.
10 Thames Bank, Mortlake, London SW14 7QR
The Ship in Mortlake appears on television every year, as rowing fans pour out of its doors to watch the conclusion of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race. The perennially popular sporting event packs out the pub, but the Ship’s stunning setting overlooking the Thames ensures it brings in the crowds throughout the year. Over two centuries of history cement the building’s appeal as one of the most charming pubs on the banks of London’s famous river.
2 Hartfield Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 3TA
A handsome,19th-century pub located in the heart of the charming southwest London suburb of Wimbledon. Built in 1870 the inn became known as the Prince of Wales after 1891 when 20,000 British soldiers were paraded before the Kaiser on Wimbledon Common, making it one of the oldest pubs in Wimbledon.
145 Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, London W4 2DT
This handsome, gable-roofed building in the centre of Chiswick first welcomed patrons in the middle of the 17th century. Since then, it has been the site of treasonous plotting and infamous criminal schemes, ensuring its place in the history books of London.
36 St John’s Hill, Clapham, London SW11 1SA
Find your own corner of calm in a sleepless part of London at The Junction, an atmospheric pub in the centre of Clapham’s transport network. The cosy, Victorian-era venue is a popular destination for watching thrilling sports matches and as a haunt for the young professionals who live locally.
8 Woodstock Street, Marylebone, London W1C 2AD
Turn away from the restless spending hub of Oxford Street down a small sideroad to find the Spread Eagle, a pub with an unassuming exterior that transforms when you step inside. Once indoors, you will be greeted with a traditional offbeat interior where checkerboard flooring runs around the bar area beneath ceilings of deep red.
50 Hertford Street, Mayfair, London W1J 7ST
A handsome traditional pub located at the west end of Shepherd Market in London’s upscale Mayfair neighbourhood. Shepherd Market is a lovely pedestrianised square filled with interesting stalls, small inns and charming outdoor cafes.
29 Great Marlborough Street, London W1F 7HZ
A grand traditional pub located at the corner of Fouberts Place and Great Marlborough Street. Dating back to the early 18th century, Great Marlborough Street has been home to many notable residents over the centuries, including Charles Darwin. Today, the street remains one of the city’s top shopping destinations, lined with independent shops and big-name brands.
2 Old Park Lane, Mayfair, London W1K 1QN
Tucked away down a charming lane in the glamorous neighbourhood of Mayfair lies the Rose & Crown, a historic pub spread over two floors. Find us by looking for the sign of the Tudor rose, hanging beneath the elegant red-brick façade of a Georgian town house. Inside, the charm of the old world meets our contemporary pub comforts.
27 Museum Street, Bloomsbury, London W1CA 2LH
The Plough in Bloomsbury is just paces away from one of the world’s greatest museums, a celebrated university and a famous publishing house. You’ll find us a stone’s throw from the British Museum on a small pedestrianised road; on a sunny day you’ll see guests sitting outside and enjoying the elegant architecture of the pub’s surroundings.
24 James Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 1EL
Escape from the hustle and bustle of London’s busiest shopping district in the Lamb and Flag. Find one of our two entrances on St. Christopher’s Place, a car-free square surrounded by colourful, flower-lined shops. Our pub is characterised by its old world ambience, which is in evidence everywhere from our red-brick Georgian façade to our bar lined with dark wood panelling.
3 Stafford Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 4RP
Search around the elegant streets of London’s stylish Mayfair district to find the Goat Tavern. We are tucked away down a small side road off Old Bond Street in one of the capital’s most stylish neighbourhoods, lending the pub a real air of exclusivity. The upmarket feel continues indoors, where cask ales are on tap and the walls are lined with pictures of the area’s past.
5 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 6PT
Stroll around the luxurious hotels and haute couture shops of Mayfair and you won’t be able to miss the Coach and Horses. Thought to be one of the oldest buildings on the street, the pub is a pocket of history surrounded by modernity. The triangular, free standing building, encircled by roads, is made even more noticeable by a façade covered in dark wooden beams and stained glass windows. It looks like it has been dropped into the street from another world.
82 Duke Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 6JF
Elegance is the name of the game at the Barley Mow, a pub that exudes class and character. With a street corner entrance beneath a flower-laden balustrade, the building makes a stunning first impression. Its location on quiet, sophisticated Duke Street in Mayfair, yet just a few steps away from busy Oxford Street, the Barley Mow prides itself on a welcoming and friendly atmosphere for all of its guests.
15 Sheep Street, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 6EF
A traditional pub in the heart of Stratford-upon-Avon. One of the most famous towns in England, Stratford-upon-Avon is the birthplace of William Shakespeare. The celebrated English playwright was born on Henley Street in 1564, but at the height of his career he owned a house on Chapel Lane, running directly parallel to Sheep Street. It’s the spot on which our pub stands today.
75 King Edwards Road, Birmingham, B1 2NX
A lively waterside pub overlooking the historic Birmingham Canal. Completed in 1771, Birmingham Canal is the city’s oldest waterway and the work of the celebrated English engineer, James Brindley. It was completed just nine days before Brindley’s death and the site where our pub now stands was named Brindley Place in honour of the master canal builder’s final achievement.
120 Prince of Wales Road, Norwich, NR1 1NS
A charming riverside pub at the heart of ancient and fascinating Norwich. One of England’s oldest cities, Norwich is known for its magnificent Norman cathedral, colourful quaysides and medieval streets. The city also enjoys a long and rich literary history. In the 15th century, Julian of Norwich became the first female writer to be published in English. This was a remarkable for the time and one of the reasons why Norwich was designated a UNESCO City of Literature in 2012. It’s the first city in England to hold the title and joins an elite of only seven worldwide.
20 Upper St Martins Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9JZ
A delightful pub located in London’s iconic Covent Garden district, at the corner of Upper St Martin’s Lane and Long Acre. The area also has a long history of book and map printing. Today, you can see one of Britain’s oldest map shops, Stanfords, just adjacent to us.
1 Eldon Street, Moorgate, London, EC2M 7LS
The Red Lion is a lovely pub situated on the border of the City of London in Moorgate. Our building’s beautiful Georgian facade wraps around the corner of Wilson Street, and the point where South Place becomes Eldon Street. With many newer offices, shops and restaurants, our neighbourhood’s modern appearance belies its long history.
36 Torrington Place, Bloomsbury, London, WC1E 7LY
A distinctive pub in London’s historic Bloomsbury. It’s an area renowned for gracious garden squares, Georgian terraces and imposing mansion buildings. Charles Dickens lived here for several years, while Virginia Woolf had no fewer than five Bloomsbury addresses during her lifetime – her influential Bloomsbury Group came into being at 46 Gordon Square.
51 Dean Street, Chinatown, London, W1D 5BH
In the modern, chic district of Soho, the Golden Lion feels transported in from a different time and place. The historic pub, which dates back to the 18th century, has maintained many of its original features while the surrounding area has continually modernised. Find us by spotting the unique sundial on our west wall, then step inside to discover a pub that has all the latest in cask ales and HD TVs, but still has the friendly, old fashioned air of a venue rich in history.
2 Camden Walk, Islington, London, N1 8DY
A Grade II listed red brick Victorian inn-on-the-green tucked away in Islington’s Camden Passage, a bustling alley world-famous for its antique markets and eclectic independent shops. Rebuilt in 1899, but established as a tavern on Islington Green since 1849, this handsome pub at the heart of Islington has a large beer terrace overlooking the busy vintage and retro market stalls of Camden Passage.
33 Whitehall, Whitehall, London, SW1A 2BX
Located in the heart of London’s political scene at the entrance to Whitehall, just moments away from Downing Street, Buckingham Palace and Westminster. Its place in the capital’s centre means that it not only welcomes politically-minded patrons, but also those travelling from different sides of London or visitors exploring Trafalgar Square and its surrounding area.
33 Moscow Road, Bayswater, London, W2 4AH
A cosy and inviting pub located on a quiet street in the bustling Bayswater district of central London. Easily accessed by public transport, our pub is just a short walk from Bayswater tube station. It’s also within easy reach of some of London’s most eclectic districts, including colourful Portobello Market and Notting Hill Gate, where you can wander amongst antique shops, record stores and cafés. Another popular local attraction is the lovely Kensington Gardens, which are literally at the end of the road.
6 Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria, London, SW1W 0PP
The Bag O Nails is an historic pub located in the Victoria district of the City of Westminster. Our striking building sits on Buckingham Palace Road, curving around the corner of Lower Grosvenor Place. Home to important train, coach, bus and tube stations, Victoria is a busy transport hub that buzzes with the movement of tourists, commuters and other travellers.
40 Stonegate, York, YO1 8AS
A fine, traditional pub in the heart of York. One of Britain’s most visited cities, York is renowned for magnificent York Minster, beautifully preserved medieval architecture and its significant role in key events throughout England’s history.
11-13 Watergate Street, Chester, CH1 2LB
A breathtaking underground pub on Watergate Street, beneath the historic heart of Chester. One of England’s oldest cities, Chester has both Ancient Roman and Anglo-Saxon foundations, but is famous for its magnificent medieval architecture. Our pub sits in the 12th century undercroft of The Old Crypt, which is the oldest building on Watergate Street and part of the unique Chester Rows; or simply, The Rows, as they’re known locally.
65 Lothian Road, Edinburgh, Lothian, EH1 2DJ
This historic establishment emerged around the same time as the local theatres towards the end of the 19th century, making it a popular spot for performers, crew and audiences alike. This stretch of Lothian Road is still a buzzing theatre hub, and our pub remains an essential part of Edinburgh’s arts scene. It is an ideal destination for pre-theatre dining and post-performance drinks, where you can often catch sight of actors and musicians fresh from the stage.
31 Boar Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 5DF
A magnificent traditional pub in the heart of Leeds. During the 19th century, Leeds was one of England’s great industrial cities. Our pub is an exceptional Victorian building with a lively modern spirit and perfectly encapsulates the intriguing blend of past and present which makes Leeds itself so fascinating.
18 to 20 Grassmarket, Lothian, Edinburgh, EH1 2JU
A familiar and friendly sight in the storied Grassmarket area of Scotland’s capital, having been established in the square for over four centuries. Poets, princes and paupers alike have frequented the Beehive in the past, while today it serves as the ideal destination for everyone from discerning city locals to business visitors and sightseers. When it comes to great drinking spots in the heart of the centre, our spacious interior is rivalled only by our popular beer garden.
2 Bute Street, Kensington, London, SW7 3EX
A lovely pub set on Old Brompton Road, featuring a distinctive exterior that wraps around the corner of adjacent Bute Street. We are located in South Kensington, a beautiful area known as ‘London’s Museum Quarter’.
Knightsbridge Green, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 7QA
An inviting pub in the upmarket Knightsbridge area of central London. Nestled down a small alleyway linking Knightsbridge to Brompton Road, our pub is a relaxing place to retreat from the fast pace of the bustling main road. Although its location feels pleasantly hidden away, Knightsbridge’s high-end shops remain easily accessible.
14 Lower Belgrave Street, Belgravia, London, SW1W 0LN
A fine, traditional pub on Lower Belgrave Street in London’s Belgravia. It’s one of the city’s loveliest areas, defined by palatial early 19th century residences and beautiful garden squares.
187 Sloane Street, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 9QR
A delightful traditional English pub located in London’s upscale Knightsbridge district. It is also the only pub located on Sloane Street, where its neighbours are high-end boutiques like Tods, Prada and Dior.
3 Market Square, West Sussex, RH12 1EU
An impressive pub in the charming, West Sussex town of Horsham. Overlooking the old Market Square, our pub is surrounded by fine historic buildings and a near neighbour to Horsham’s unusual Old Town Hall. Designed to resemble a small castle, it was built in 1812 by the 11th Duke of Norfolk, who was also responsible for the early 19th century restoration of magnificent Arundel Castle on the West Sussex coast.
35 Hanover Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2PJ
Milnes Bar history dates back to 1910 when London and Milnes spirit merchants opened. The merchants gradually changed over time, becoming a fully-fledged public house in the 1950s. The 20th century Scottish literary renaissance was pioneered by Hugh MacDiarmid who engaged in lively political and poetic debate with the likes of Sydney Goodsir Smith, Sorley MacLean and Norman MacCaig. Their discussions took place in a room in the Milnes that later became hailed as the ‘Little Kremlin’.
130 Richmond Hill, Richmond, Surrey, TW10 6RN
Located on Richmond Hill in the leafy suburb of Richmond-upon-Thames, the Roebuck is an attractive traditional pub offering breathtaking views across London and food and drink to match. There has been a pub on this site since the 16th century although the current building dates back to 1741.
150-151 Drury Ln, London, WC2B 5TD
The Prince of Wales is a handsome Victorian pub on the corner of Great Queen Street and Drury Lane, a stone’s throw from Covent Garden in the heart of London’s theatreland. First established in 1850, it was rebuilt in Portland Stone in the early 20th century when the street...
22 Fleet St, London, EC4Y 1AA
Ye Olde Cock Tavern is a unique and fascinating pub located on bustling Fleet Street in the City of London. Originally dating back to 1549, the pub has the narrowest frontage of any London pub and is located opposite Temple Church, made famous by Dan Brown’s novel ‘The Da Vinci Code’.
57 Wapping Wall, Wapping, London, E1W 3SH
Located on the banks of the Thames at Wapping, The Prospect of Whitby is London's oldest riverside pub, and one of its finest. Dating back to 1520, the pub gained notoriety as a hangout for sailors, smugglers and local criminals due to its nautical connections. Nicknamed ‘The Devil’s Tavern’ to...
Victoria St, London, SW1H 0NP
Dwarfed by the soaring glass skyscrapers of Victoria Street, The Albert is a genuine Victorian gem, and the pride of this bustling area of Westminster. Brimming with character, this Grade II listed pub is as famous for its attractive façade and traditional interior as it is for the warm welcome...
42 Ludgate Hill, London, EC4M 7DE
Ye Olde London is a charming 18th century pub located on Ludgate Hill in the City of London, overlooked by majestic St Paul’s cathedral. Established in 1749, the pub was originally built on the site of the London Coffee House, a place where the most prominent philosophers and theorists of the day gathered to debate & unwind, with Joseph Priestley and Benjamin Franklin...
61 St Martin's Le-Grand, London, EC1A 4ER
The Lord Raglan stands in a historic corner of the City of London’s Square Mile on St Martin’s le Strand, close to the site of the Aldersgate entrance to the city, where traffic from the Great North Road would pass through the city’s walls...
109 Praed St, London, W2 1RL
Fountains Abbey is a handsome Victorian pub on Praed Street close to Paddington station, Hyde Park and Marble Arch. This historic tavern, with its stunning Victorian features and welcoming ambience, was established in 1823 and took its name from ancient wells situated close by, and Westminster Abbey...
1 Kensington Square, London, W8 5EP
On the corner of leafy Kensington Square is the Greyhound, a charming pub offering a warm welcome and excellent service in a picturesque part of the city. Kensington Square is London’s oldest garden square, a delightful, tree-lined residential area nestled between bustling Kensington High Street and Kensington Palace and Gardens...
34 Park St, Southwark, London, SE1 9EF
The Anchor Bankside is one of the most historic pubs on the Thames and a major London attraction with enviable riverside views. Located at the heart of Southwark’s Bankside tourist trail, neighbouring the Shakespeare’s Globe theatre and the Tate Modern, this iconic Grade II listed public house has witnessed...
62 Church St, Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 6BG
The London Apprentice is an attractive Georgian pub, located on the leafy banks of the River Thames in Isleworth. This Grade II listed 18th century inn is a wonderful venue to enjoy good food and cask ales, a welcoming ambience and pleasant riverside views from the terrace.
34 Thurloe Place, London, SW7 2HQ
The Hoop and Toy is a spacious, welcoming pub located in the heart of Kensington. As the oldest established pub in the Knightsbridge area it has a long and prestigious history, dating back almost 500 years. According to historical documents, a building has stood here from the start of the...
41 to 43 Mount Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 2RX
The Audley is an immaculately presented late Victorian pub in the heart of elegant Mayfair. Located in the pink terracotta and brick striped terraces of Mount Street, The Audley has served a diverse clientele of locals, visitors and diplomats for over a century.
44 Glasshouse St, London, W1B 5DP
The Leicester Arms is a charming Victorian pub located just off Regent Street and close to Piccadilly Circus, the bustling heart of London’s West End. With a delicious menu of classic pub food and cask ales to choose from, it is the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy our friendly...
40 to 42 Glasshouse Street, Piccadilly, London, W1B 5JY
Perched on the junction of Glasshouse Street and Brewer Street in the heart of lively Soho, The Glassblower is a welcome haven from the bustle of nearby Piccadilly Circus and Regent Street where guests can enjoy traditional pub food, fine wines and cask ales in comfortable and attractive surroundings.
27 St Martins Ct, London, WC2N 4AL
Tucked down a quaint, pedestrianised alley off St Martin’s Lane opposite the stage entrance of the Wyndam Theatre, you’ll find The Round Table. This friendly, Victorian pub in the heart of London’s theatreland has been offering traditional pub food, a relaxed atmosphere and a warm welcome since its doors...
1 Westbourne Grove, Bayswater, London, W2 4UA
The Redan is a much-loved Victorian pub that has stood in a bustling corner of Bayswater since 1856. With a delicious menu of traditional pub food and cask ales to choose from, this delightful and typical period tavern is the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy our friendly ambience.
47 Marylebone Rd, London, NW1 5JY
In a prominent position at the busy junction of Marylebone Road and Baker Street, The Globe is a popular Victorian tavern opposite Madame Tussauds and Baker Street Underground Station. Close to Regent’s Park and the major rail stations of Euston, St Pancras and King’s Cross , this lively Marylebone pub is as famous as a landmark meeting point for friends.
383 Euston Rd, London, NW1 3AU
The Green Man is an attractive, traditional British pub in the literary and artistic district of Fitzrovia, close to Regent’s Park, Bloomsbury and London Euston station. Standing at the junction of Marylebone Road and Portland Place for over 300 years, The Green Man is the oldest pub in this...
99 Buckingham Palace Rd, London, SW1W 0RP
A striking and attractive Victorian pub, the Shakespeare is situated in Victoria along the grand, tree-lined boulevard of Buckingham Palace Road opposite Grosvenor Gardens. Named after William Shakespeare’s father, John, a wool merchant and property developer, the pub is conveniently situated close to Victoria train station.
39 Dartmouth St, London, SW1H 9BP
In a quiet cul-de-sac between St James’ Park and Parliament Square, you’ll find The Two Chairmen. Thought to be the oldest pub business in Westminster, this handsome pub with a unique olde worlde charm has been offering delicious food, cask ales and and a warm welcome to guests...
187 Earls Court Road, Earls Court, London, SW 5 9AN
Recently restored to its original Victorian splendour, The Courtfield is a charming 19th century pub on bustling Earls Court Road that has been proudly serving the community for over 150 years. With a relaxed ambience and period décor, guests can enjoy delicious pub food...
153 Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 7PA
The Paxton's Head is a stunning Grade II listed Victorian tavern in London's fashionable Knightsbridge district, with an ornate original interior listed by CAMRA as being of Special Historic Interest. This popular pub is located at the heart of Knightsbridge Green, close to the world-famous Harrods department store...
15 Lower Mall, Hammersmith, London, W6 9DJ
Located on the leafy banks of the River Thames in Hammersmith, the Rutland Arms offers a superb setting to eat, drink and watch the world float gently by. Opened in 1849, its picturesque riverside location makes the pub popular choice especially in spring and summer, with its outdoor terrace being…
24 N Audley St, London, W1K 6WD
The Marlborough Head first opened its doors to thirsty Londoners in 1758, during the reign of King George II. For the last 250 years, we’ve been providing our guests with a warm, welcoming atmosphere in which to enjoy traditional pub food and good company.
27 Wormwood Street, Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 1RP
A cosy and relaxed pub situated in the beating heart of London's financial district, the Kings Arms has a history that stretches back almost 250 years. Throughout that time, we have welcome guests through our doors to enjoy our delicious food, fine ale and pleasant ambience.
2 Shepherd Market, Mayfair, London, W1J 7QA
The Kings Arms is a charming Grade II listed Victorian pub, located in Shepherd Market, a tranquil village square in the heart of Mayfair. Tucked away between Piccadilly and Curzon Street and nestled amongst amongst the impressive architecture of this exclusive district, you’ll find the perfect location...
2 Greencoat Place, Victoria, London, SW1P 1PJ
Built in 1851, The Greencoat Boy is a historic Victorian pub located on a quiet mews in one of London’s most popular areas. Over the years, our location has been renamed many times as the city has evolved, but our passion for warm hospitality, refreshing cask ales and tremendous pub…
20 Devereux Court, Temple, London, WC2R 3JJ
The Devereux is a handsome and popular Victorian pub located in a quiet courtyard close to Temple, in one of the most historic areas of Central London. This Grade II listed tavern was originally an 18th century coffee house, a popular venue where many of the city’s prominent thinkers gathered...