349 - results found

Midland Hotel 6.92 miles (11.14 km)

Hendon, NW4 4PN

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

This is an old railway hotel, built in 1889-90 to serve the nearby Midland Railway station. Some older wooden panelling...

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Fellowship & Star 6.93 miles (11.16 km)

Catford, Bellingham, SE6 3BT

This pub is currently closed (since 19/12/2020)

A historic pub interior of national importance

The Fellowship Inn is an ‘improved’ public house built in 1923-4 by F.G. Newnham, the house architect of the brew...

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British Oak 6.96 miles (11.19 km)

Kidbrooke, SE3 8SU

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Three-storey of London brick with a glazed brown brick dado on the ground floor, built about 1850. It has two large publ...

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Express Tavern 7.01 miles (11.28 km)

Brentford, TW8 0EW

A historic pub interior of regional importance

The Express dates from about 1870 and much of the original layout and fittings survive. There are two bars at the front,...

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Lord Palmerston 7.02 miles (11.3 km)

Walthamstow, Highham Hill, E17 6JG

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Large Edwardian corner-site ex-Charrington pub of two floors, constructed of red brick with some glazed tiling on the gr...

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Queens 7.25 miles (11.67 km)

Plaistow, E13 9JJ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Built around 1968-70, with a largely open plan interior which became the norm from the 1960s. On the north-west corner t...

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Boleyn Tavern 7.3 miles (11.75 km)

East Ham, E6 1PW

A historic pub interior of national importance

Built by Cannon Brewery in 1899, architects Shoebridge and Rising, it is a thoroughly exuberant piece of French-style Re...

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North Star 7.51 miles (12.09 km)

Leytonstone, E11 3AR

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

In old Leytonstone village and formed of two Victorian cottages, the current layout dates from a Charrington’s refurbish...

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Elephant Inn 7.53 miles (12.11 km)

North Finchley, N12 8NR

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Rebuilt in the interwar years and still with a good sense of the original arrangements. It occupies a corner position, a...

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Forest Gate Hotel 7.65 miles (12.31 km)

Forest Gate, E7 0LW

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Late Victorian pub of two-storeys. The star feature is the counter with its bold, wide bays, each decorated with four lo...

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Ealing Park Tavern 7.71 miles (12.41 km)

South Ealing, W5 4RL

This pub is currently closed (since 04/01/2020)

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

An epic pub the main body of which is as published in a design of 1885 by architect Frederick William Lacey of Brentford...

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Red Cow 7.94 miles (12.79 km)

Richmond, TW9 1YJ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

There is one really stand-out feature in this otherwise modernised pub. This is the remarkable mid-Victorian bar-back. I...

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Denmark Arms 7.96 miles (12.81 km)

East Ham, E6 1LA

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Over the crossroads from the stunning town hall, this is a pub in two parts – a late 19th-century building on the corner...

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Earl Of Essex 8.02 miles (12.9 km)

Manor Park, E12 5AF

This pub is currently closed (since 26/01/2012)

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Edwardian corner pub of 1902 by architects W E Trent and Henry Poston, retaining three distinct areas gathered round a c...

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Blakesley Arms 8.1 miles (13.04 km)

Manor Park, E12 5BP

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Three-storey pub with three prominent gables, and tiled frontage unfortunately painted grey. The pub has two main inter-...

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Dukes Head 8.12 miles (13.07 km)

Richmond, TW10 6AZ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Built about 1868 as Richmond was spreading up Richmond Hill, this three-storey pub (with two-storey block on the right),...

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Forester 8.29 miles (13.34 km)

West Ealing, W13 9EP

A historic pub interior of national importance

One of England’s finest Edwardian pubs, built in 1909 for the Royal Brewery, Brentford, and designed by well-known pub a...

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Duke Of Kent 8.37 miles (13.47 km)

West Ealing, W13 8DL

A historic pub interior of regional importance

An imposing suburban Fuller’s house rebuilt in 1929 to designs by the excellent pub architect T H Nowell Parr and domina...

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Jolly Woodman 8.4 miles (13.52 km)

Beckenham, BR3 6NR

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

A delightful pub in a quiet lane off the main road. It retains the look and feel of a rural pub, reminiscent of when it...

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White Cross 8.46 miles (13.61 km)

Richmond, TW9 1TH

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Dating from 1845 this pub retains a coherent C19 interior with many original features. There's a glazed central servery,...

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Red Lion 8.47 miles (13.63 km)

Woolwich, Shooters Hill, SE18 3RN

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Rebuilt in c1880 in a red brick Queen Anne style with prominent half timbered gables. There is an L-shaped servery, and...

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Grosvenor 8.6 miles (13.84 km)

Hanwell, W7 2DT

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A fine pub of 1904 for the Royal Brewery of Brentford, probably by famous architect T.H. Nowell Parr. Originally at leas...

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Griffin 8.72 miles (14.04 km)

Whetstone, N20 9HH

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Subject to a quality refit in the inter-war period. The doors to the original coaching arch on the right look older but...

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Bull 8.76 miles (14.1 km)

Woolwich, Shooters Hill, SE18 3HP

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Two-storey pub rebuilt 1881 of red brick and retains two rooms. The semi circular bar counter in the lounge bar at the r...

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Windermere 8.89 miles (14.31 km)

South Kenton, HA9 8QT

A historic pub interior of national importance

This is a largely intact example of a big inter-war suburban pub, built in 1938 or 1939 by the Courage Brewery for a new...

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