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The Blackbird, Earl's Court
With an outstanding reputation for great beer and delicious homemade food, The Blackbird is featured in the Good Beer Guide and its Beautiful Bedrooms are a great base for exploring London.
The Black Horse, Greenford
A spacious, traditional pub split over two levels, The Black Horse occupies an idyllic spot on the Grand Union Canal. Enjoy an al fresco pint in our beer garden, as well as live music and pub quizzes.
The Blue Boat, Hammersmith
The Blue Boat in Hammersmith is all about life on the river. Enjoy fabulous, refined food and a premium collection of drinks - and catch stunning sunsets from the spacious patio next to the water.
The Butchers Hook & Cleaver, Farringdon
Located next door to the famous Smithfield Market in London, The Butchers Hook and Cleaver is a lively, spacious pub that serves up fantastic food and award-winning ales in traditional surroundings.
The Cabbage Patch, Twickenham
This excellent local pub is just a stone's throw from Twickenham Stadium, earning itself something of a reputation among rugby fans. A delightful venue in its own right.
The Castle, Harrow
The Castle, Harrow
The Chamberlain Hotel, Tower Hill
The Chamberlain, near Tower Bridge, is an exceptional hotel with a stylish bar & restaurant downstairs. Just a stones throw from the Tower of London and the capital's main sites.
The Churchill Arms, Kensington
The Churchill Arms lays claim to being London's most famous pub. Built in 1750, this Kensington pub was once frequented by Winston Churchill's grandparents and now many a modern day celebrity
The Coach & Horses, Soho
The Coach and Horses Soho is a deeply loved London institution with a rich history and bright future. Homely and humble, it's a welcome retreat for a pint and chit-chat in the bustling area of Soho.
The Conductor, Farringdon
The Conductor is a stylish pub and kitchen in Fleet Place, Farringdon, serving up indulgent, healthy dishes, along with craft beer, cocktails, mocktails and non-alcoholic tipples in Central London.
The Counting House, Cornhill
Built in 1893 as a magnificent banking hall, the aptly named Counting House oozes 19th Century grandeur. A simply stunning pub with some of the city's finest bedrooms and wonderful homemade pies.