349 - results found

Prince Frederick 8.96 miles (14.42 km)

Bromley, BR1 4DE

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

There was a pub here called the Prince Frederick’s Head in 1761, just ten years after the death of the eponymous prince....

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Kings Arms 9.02 miles (14.51 km)

Hanwell, W7 3SU

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Rebuilt in 1930. Despite alterations in 2017, much of the original layout and fittings survives. Each external door led...

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Alma Tavern 9.08 miles (14.61 km)

Croydon, CR0 6PU

This pub is currently closed (since 20/03/2020)

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Substantial corner pub with three-storeys of London brick built in 1864 and was owned by Nalder & Collyer. It retains an...

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Star 9.08 miles (14.61 km)

Plumstead, Plumstead Common, SE18 2UL

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Substantially remodelled and refitted in the inter-war years, this once multi-roomed pub has been opened out but retains...

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Turks Head 9.1 miles (14.65 km)

St. Margarets, TW1 1LF

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Imposing corner pub built in 1902 (by TH Nowell Parr for Fullers Brewery?). It retains the original panelled bar counter...

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Victoria 9.11 miles (14.67 km)

Barking, IG11 7LZ

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Re-built c.1961 in red brick to replace a Victorian building nearby. The public bar on the right has a lino floor, a bar...

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Red Lion 9.15 miles (14.72 km)

Isleworth, TW7 6QJ

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Believed to have been built by T H Nowell Parr in the early 1900s it retains many original fittings in three rooms. The...

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Park Tavern 9.18 miles (14.78 km)

Kingston, KT2 6AP

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Probably late-Victorian two-storey pub converted from two cottages. The counter is of an inter-war style and the mirrore...

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Fox 9.28 miles (14.94 km)

Hanwell, W7 2PJ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Built by Royal Brewery of Brentford in 1909, and probably designed by prolific architect T.H. Nowell Parr. Sadly the par...

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Freelands Tavern 9.37 miles (15.08 km)

Bromley, BR1 3HZ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

One storey street corner local dating from the 1870s. Now a single space, wherein the central servery is almost certainl...

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Rising Sun 9.63 miles (15.5 km)

Mill Hill, NW7 4EY

A historic pub interior of regional importance

On high ground just on the edge of London, this feels more like a country pub than an urban one. It has been a pub since...

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Farmhouse 9.77 miles (15.72 km)

New Eltham, SE9 3DQ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

The Coldharbour Estate was built just after WWII to house people made homeless by the Blitz and includes the Farmhouse p...

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Beehive 9.8 miles (15.76 km)

New Eltham, SE9 2DR

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Built 1897 ) by Reffell’s Bexley Brewery Ltd. Although now opened-up there are many original fittings remaining. The rig...

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Prince Of Wales 9.85 miles (15.85 km)

Ilford, IG1 1XJ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

An 1880 building of London brick converted into a pub around 1930. The public bar retains the 1930 bar counter facing tw...

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Green Man 9.86 miles (15.86 km)

Welling, East Wickham, DA16 3NL

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Built in the late 1930s for Beasleys of Plumstead, the pub now comprises two rooms. The room at the front would original...

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Black Boy 10.08 miles (16.22 km)

Sidcup, Avery Hill, DA15 8EA

A historic pub interior of national importance

Built 1961/2 by Ind Coope, it is a remarkably little-altered and therefore rare post-war pub. The walls in the public ba...

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Greenwood Hotel 10.12 miles (16.29 km)

Northolt, Wood End, UB5 4LA

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A large and little-altered 'improved public house' built in the late 1930s in the Neo-Georgian style for Courage & Co. I...

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Cocoanut 10.14 miles (16.32 km)

Kingston, KT1 2RF

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Early 1950s two storey-building constructed of brick. There is a single U-shaped bar counter in the centre of the pub, w...

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Cauliflower 10.15 miles (16.33 km)

Ilford, IG1 1TZ

This pub is currently closed (since 01/07/2018)

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Dating from the great pub boom around 1900 and still has the vestiges of a truly wonderful interior. Immediately...

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Castle 10.16 miles (16.36 km)

Harrow, HA1 3EF

A historic pub interior of national importance

The Castle was rebuilt by Fuller, Smith & Turner in 1901 but may have originated in the early 18th century. It consists...

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Duke of Buckingham 10.18 miles (16.39 km)

Kingston, KT1 3BB

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Red-brick pub built in the 1930s by Hodgsons’ Kingston Brewery. As you enter you can’t miss the attractive and most unus...

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King's Head 10.2 miles (16.42 km)

Enfield, EN2 6LL

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Built 1899 by Cannon Brewery. Appears to have the original island bar back, as well as some very good original deep cut...

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Old Wheatsheaf 10.25 miles (16.49 km)

Enfield, EN2 6SE

A historic pub interior of regional importance

The bar on the right was originally a small public bar and tap room behind (and off sales on the left) but the partition...

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Sussex Arms 10.37 miles (16.68 km)

Twickenham, TW2 5BG

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Rebuilt in the inter-war period this brick and rendered two-storey pub remains a number of its original fittings. The m...

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Builders Arms 10.37 miles (16.69 km)

Teddington, TW11 9AS

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Built in Edwardian times, the pub consists of two rooms. The public bar, entered off Field Lane, is by far the smaller o...

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