Pubs now open
Pubs Now Open and Reopening in May
We are delighted to be welcoming customers back to join us in our pub gardens which are now open.
Our open pubs now have table bookings for our outside spaces open and we will be operating with all the relevant coronavirus measures.
We are also excited to announce more pubs reopening on Monday 17 May, we are looking forward to having you back inside our wonderful pubs. Bookings for inside are now open, so book ahead to avoid disappointment!
It’s been a long time coming and we can’t wait to see you. Check out our FAQs for further information.
Find your favourite local below, visit their website for further info on their reopening, and book ahead!
The Great Northern Railway Tavern, Hornsey
Built in 1897, The Great Northern Railway Tavern is a Grade II listed pub in Hornsey. Enjoy modern British pub food and craft inspired drinks in a stylish contemporary interior with original features.
The Grove Lock, Leighton Buzzard
This canalside pub serves up hearty food, traditional ales and wonderful views over the water. Located beside Lock 28 of the Grand Union Canal, it's a shining example of a great English waterside pub.
The Gun, Docklands
A special dining experience awaits at The Gun, a Grade II listed pub in Docklands. With idyllic Thames views, you can relax by the water, enjoy fine fresh food, stunning wines and a secret gin garden.
The Half Moon, Herne Hill
Built in 1896, The Half Moon is the oldest pub in Herne Hill. An iconic pub with a wonderful restaurant and some of the most beautiful bedrooms you'll ever see.
The Hampshire Hog, Clanfield
The Hampshire Hog, Clanfield, is complete with great food, roaring fires in the winter months and a lovely garden for warm sunny days this Hampshire hotel really does have it all.
The Hare & Hounds, Osterley
Surrounded by lush green fields, you'd never suspect that this traditional pub in Osterley is just minutes from the hustle and bustle of Hammersmith and Ealing.
The Harp, Covent Garden
Located in London's famous Covent Garden, The Harp is a blissfully traditional place with great beer, ciders, perries and hearty conversation, it's a great example of a traditional British ale house.
The Head of the River, Oxford
The Head of the River is widely acknowledged as one of the best pubs and places to stay in Oxford. With our very large outside terrace overlooking the river, and a short walk from the city centre.
The Hercules, Lambeth
Named after the circus strongman Hercules, the pub brings the history surrounding the creation of the modern circus and Lambeth's entertainment rich past back into the spotlight.
The Hereford Arms, Kensington
The Hereford Arms has developed a reputation for delicious fresh food, fine wines, craft beer & award winning cask ales all served in a warm, relaxed atmosphere.
The Heroes, Waterlooville
A traditional local pub, The Heroes is an important part of Waterlooville life - offering a warm, friendly atmosphere and somewhere to relax and unwind with fine food and drink.