Today we’ve listed a few of Londons Coziest pubs for you to visit before the sun comes out and Spring is finally here. Many of these pubs have been around for ages and if you’re looking for a traditional English pub these are the ones!
Built in 1712 The Angelsea Arms is a beautiful pub and yet another staple in among London professionals. Its homely interior combined with its gorgeous front terrace makes it a top choice no matter season. In the warm summer evenings the terrace is jam packed with stylish people that eventually overflows in to the street. The pub is renowned for its great food but we love it for the friendly and buzzing atmosphere.
Hollywood Arms in one of those slightly fancier pubs that oozes “posh” and money but that’s still kept it homely feel and atmosphere. This is long time favourite for the Chelsea crowd and counts former Chelsea player Frank Lampard as one of its regulars. So if you want the british pub experience but in a really well looked after and nice pub this is the place to go. They also do a brilliant cheeseboard if you fancy that with a glass of wine instead of a beer.
Situated on the corner of Parsons Green this iconic London pub with airy high Victorian ceilings and huge windows make this a beautiful spacious pub. The big tables surrounded by sofas are perfect for a family outing or for a group of friends and whenever there’s a game on this place will be packed. One of the great things about The White Horse is that it has a huge beer garden which is one of the SW go to places on a sunny Friday afternoon.
This beautiful pub is located next door to Battersea park so is perfect for a little pit stop during your Sunday stroll. This place does great food as well as having a lovely atmosphere. Should you not fancy something to eat why not grab a pint or a glass if wine and sit in one of their leather-bound armchairs surrounded by books or in front of a fire place. It’s the perfect pub for a relaxed Sunday afternoon.
Has been voted the best pub in The City of London and is one of London’s oldest pubs and used to have hot shots such as Charles Dickens regularly visiting back in the days. The pub is famous for its unique interior and stretches over four floors which means that you constantly discover new things every time you’re there. Make sure you head down the narrow stairs to the lower vaults as these ate thought to be the original pub before they built the upper-storeys in the 17th century.
That’s it for today but do make sure to try out these various pubs, we promise you won’t be disappointed!