349 - results found

Salisbury 5.29 miles (8.52 km)

London, Harringay, N4 1JX

A historic pub interior of national importance

This glorious landmark pub was built in 1898–9 by John Cathles Hill, who laid out much of the surrounding area and desig...

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Anchor & Hope 5.29 miles (8.52 km)

Clapton, E5 9HG

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Two-storey pub built 1851 with a brown brick ground floor (dado is glazed brick) and rendered first floor. Canted bar lo...

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Horns Tavern 5.29 miles (8.52 km)

West Norwood, SE27 0HY

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Ex-Courage 1930s pub. The original layout still exists to a large extent, with both the saloon and public bars having th...

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King's Head 5.3 miles (8.53 km)

Tooting, SW17 7PB

A historic pub interior of national importance

Rebuilt in 1896 to designs by prolific pub architect W.M. Brutton, this is a riotous architectural extravaganza on the m...

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Tabard 5.52 miles (8.88 km)

Chiswick, W4 1LW

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Designed by Richard Norman Shaw and built in 1880 as part of the Bedford Park estate. This pub retains two separate bars...

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Chandos 5.55 miles (8.93 km)

Forest Hill, Honor Oak, SE23 1LN

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Three-storey building of yellow London brick built in the early 1900s. The left hand room (originally two rooms) has a b...

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Great Northern Railway Tavern 5.6 miles (9.01 km)

Hornsey, N8 7QB

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Designed by the architects Shoebridge & Rising and built in 1897, the interior of the pub was remodelled in the late 20t...

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Green Gate 5.7 miles (9.17 km)

South Tottenham, N15 3DA

This pub is currently closed (since 01/03/2021)

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

A former Mann Crossman Reid inter-war pub with three storeys of mainly brick. The main space has dado fielded panelling...

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Plume of Feathers 5.72 miles (9.21 km)

Greenwich, SE10 9LZ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Two-storey pub that claims to date from 1691 and is of brick with green glazed tiles on the ground floor and render abov...

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Antelope 5.87 miles (9.44 km)

Tooting, SW17 9NG

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A large Victorian building of brick (red at the front and brown at the rear) and stone with claret tiling on the Bickley...

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Duke of Sussex 5.92 miles (9.52 km)

Acton Green, W4 5LF

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Built in 1898 (date on the exterior) by specialist pub architects Shoebridge and Rising. The right-hand side of the pub...

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Swan 5.95 miles (9.58 km)

Acton Green, W4 5HH

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Ex-Charrington’s two-storey pub of late Victorian London brick with a single-storey part rendered, flat roofed extension...

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Blythe Hill Tavern 6.03 miles (9.71 km)

Forest Hill, SE23 1JB

A historic pub interior of national importance

An appealing Victorian corner local, given a makeover probably in the 1920s and still with three separate rooms. There w...

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Old Pack Horse 6.07 miles (9.76 km)

Chiswick, W4 5TF

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Designed by Thomas Nowell Parr and built in 1910 for Fuller, Smith & Turner. Three original rooms are still clearly disc...

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King Edward VII 6.08 miles (9.79 km)

Stratford, E15 4BQ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Early 18th century two storey building with a number of Victorian/Edwardian fittings. On the front right a disused door...

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Six Bells 6.25 miles (10.05 km)

Acton, W3 9DD

This pub is currently closed (since 11/09/2020)

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Late Victorian pub built by Isleworth Brewery Ltd. in 1887 and in the inter-war period a building was erected to the lef...

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Starting Gate 6.3 miles (10.13 km)

Wood Green, N22 7SS

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Considerable vestiges of this pub’s rich, late-Victorian furnishings remain, having been refitted by Richard Dickenson o...

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Beehive 6.39 miles (10.28 km)

Tottenham, N17 9BQ

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A fine example of an unspoilt “Brewer’s Tudor” pub, dating from 1927. The public bar has fielded panelling to picture-fr...

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Ship 6.41 miles (10.31 km)

Tottenham, N17 6QA

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Late Victorian pub built of brick over three storeys. The entranceway on the right has a richly tiled dado, where there...

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Princess of Wales 6.49 miles (10.45 km)

Blackheath, SE3 0RL

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Three-storey stone-built pub was rebuilt in c.1865 by the Cator Blackheath Estates. This pub boasts a magnificent bar ba...

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Northcote Arms 6.54 miles (10.52 km)

Leyton, E11 4EL

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Two-storey late Victorian building probably built by Saville Brothers brewery of Stratford, who were taken over by Charr...

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Hare & Hounds 6.57 miles (10.58 km)

East Sheen, SW14 8AH

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A plain, buff brick, three-storeyed Georgian inn standing proudly on the road leading from London out to Richmond and th...

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Sultan 6.61 miles (10.65 km)

South Wimbledon, SW19 1BT

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Built in the 1950s to replace the origin Sultan destroyed by bombs in 1944. The public bar on the left retains it...

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Elmhurst Hotel 6.65 miles (10.71 km)

Tottenham, N17 6XE

This pub is currently closed (since 14/06/2019)

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Built in a Queen Anne style for the Cannon Brewery in 1903.The large right hand room is impressive with its moulded ceil...

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Black Lion 6.66 miles (10.71 km)

Plaistow, E13 0AD

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

This long-established pub has grown over the years and now encompasses three once-discrete buildings. The left-hand bar...

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