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London Pubs with Rooms

Submitted by on April 22, 2011 – 5:28 pmNo Comment

Sophie Lam, writing in The Independent (a United Kingdom publication) points out six London pubs that also offer rooms to visitors.

The Fox & Anchor, Smithfield: At this Victorian pub (next to the Smithfield meat market) real ales are served on tap, while hearty food (pies, steak, fish and chips) dominates the menu. The bedrooms are more contemporary, with striking photography of the London landmarks after which each of them is named.

The Alma, Wandsworth: The Alma has been a favored local for years, but has just bolstered its appeal to visitors with 23 stylish bedrooms. The three highest suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows. In the pub and dining room there’s an extensive wine list and a modern British menu.

The Rose & Crown, Stoke Newington (pictured): This family-run pub sits in the midst of Stoke Newington Church Street’s independent shops and eateries and is adjacent to St Mary’s Church and Clissold Park. The bar serves snacks and meals throughout the week and a traditional roast on Sundays. There are six bedrooms available.

The Grazing Goat, Marylebone: This pub takes its name from the first Lady Portman, who was allergic to cow’s milk and so kept goats on the land on which the pub now stands. There’s a sleek gastropub plus eight bedrooms.

York & Albany, Camden: This is Gordon Ramsay’s foray into the hotel business — a restored coaching inn overlooking Regent’s Park. The 10 Regency-styled bedrooms sit above a restaurant, bar and deli.

The Orange, Pimlico: This mid-19th century Belgravia pub was restored from its stucco-embellished exterior to the elegant Victorian interior. The designers have gone for a “shabby château” look in the four en suite bedrooms. Downstairs, the gastropub serves a rustic, seasonal menu that includes wood-fired pizzas.

(Photo courtesy the Rose & Crown)

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