The recently refurbished Abbeville is something of a local institution, a charming neighbourhood pub with bags of character.
Pull up a stool at the bar for a proper pint or enjoy top notch British fare in the cosy dining room or one of the snugs. Roaring fires in winter, al fresco dining in summer.
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Named after the mythical island in the legend of King Arthur, The Avalon is a majestic pub and dining room.
Serving a bold British menu, fine wines, excellent cocktails and well kept cask ales, The Avalon also boasts one of London’s biggest and most beautiful beer gardens plus a sensational private room.
“The Avalon is the pub to beat in SW12”
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Named after Viscount Bolingbroke (1678-1751), an infamous locally-born politician known for his hard drinking and wild escapades, this rather more refined local is renowned for its excellent British food and great selection of wines.
Enjoy a blazing fire in winter, the terrace in summer and a warm welcome all year round.
“The bar staff mix a gutsy gin and tonic and the wine list is fabulous too. The staff care about the food and the space couldn’t be prettier”
The stuff of South London legend, The Latchmere has recently undergone huge regeneration, restoring one of Battersea’s most beautiful buildings to create a spectacular public house and garden.
A giant gin balloon takes pride of place on our bar which will serve hand-crafted spirits, elegant cocktails, award-winning ales and a bottle of wine to match any kind of day.
“Beer lovers will appreciate the well kept ales… Our smiling waitress was on the ball, the service brisk.”
The much-loved landmark pub, The Princess Victoria has a rich and varied history. It dates back to the early nineteenth century, was originally a gin palace, then owned by Richard Branson and was even where Phil Collins filmed his video for the classic Sussudio.
Three Cheers Pub Co totally rejuvenated the venue, introducing a beautiful new front terrace in addition to the existing courtyard garden, elegant bar and dining room plus a stunning upstairs party room and five beautiful boutique bedrooms.
As befits a historic public house, an impressive list of over forty beers and one hundred gins complement a carefully chosen wine list and seasonal British menus.
“It looks as if the Princess has found her way back into the heart of the locals.”
Originally a Victorian coaching inn, The Rosendale is leafy West Dulwich’s landmark tavern.
Serving delicious British food and drink and boasting three glorious gardens plus two large private rooms, The Rosendale is a must for families with its dedicated play area and kid’s menu.
The pub has its own wedding licence and hosts dozens of weddings plus parties of every size and type every year.
“The menu is one to be savoured… For families it’s an absolute find: parents can enjoy a grown up lunch al fresco while kids roam in the play area.”
Recently refurbished and tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the High Street, The Stonhouse is one of Clapham’s best kept secrets.
Boasting a lovely heated garden and a roaring log fire in winter, foodies will appreciate the modern European menu, in particular the fantastic steaks. Discerning drinkers will enjoy the award-winning wines, well kept cask ales and proper cocktails.
“Excellent cask ales in tip-top condition… fresh and good quality, honest food.”
Named in honour of the first British fish and chip shop, The Tommyfield takes its inspiration from Victorian chop houses.
The daily changing menu’s focus is great cuts of premium beef, sustainable fish and traditional pie and mash whilst upstairs the Master Room has a 1am license and has hosts a kaleidoscope of parties, comedy nights, live music and one-off events.
June 2014 saw the launch of six beautiful bedrooms on our top two floors. Each with their own unique character and charm, they feature either a super king or king-size bed, Egyptian cotton linen, an HD Freeview television, free wireless internet, Nespresso machine, black-out curtains or blinds, mini-fridge and safe as standard.
“With seasonal British food, local ales and cheery staff, The Tommyfield is everything a pub should be.”
First built in 1931, The Bedford has recently undergone a multi-million pound refurbishment to create an unrivalled pub, club, restaurant, live music and entertainment venue plus 15 stunning hotel rooms.
Five beautiful bars offer the finest artisan spirits, craft beers, cocktails, wine and Champagnes. The restaurant focuses on using the best ingredients from the British Isles. The Ballroom and Cocktail Bar provide the ultimate places to party whilst the iconic stage in the Club Room, once home to the likes of Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Eddie Izzard and Michael McIntyre, will present a hot bed of up and coming creative talent. The individually designed hotel rooms add another layer of luxury.
“I loved playing The Bedford in Balham – It holds fond memories for me and I look forward to coming back one day.”