The pubs below you find the along the walks listed on this website and they are all worth a visit. They are all special and very nice in their own way. Enjoy them all!

1. The Dove by the River in Hammersmith

The Dove is located along the Thames promenade. In summer you can sit outside on a terrace and in winter the cozy fire is lit inside the pub. It is the perfect resting point when you are out on your river walk in Hammersmith.

2. The Warwick Castle, Little Venice in Maida Vale

The pub is situated in Maida Vale. When you are strolling around in picturesque neighbourhood called Little Venice with all its waterways, boats and green spots you will find the Warwick Castle.

3. The Holly Bush in Hampstead

It is a good choice to go to Hampstead and wander around in the neighbourhood. You get a real village feeling and it’s a lovely atmosphere. In a small side street not so far from the Hampstead underground station you will find the Holly Bush.

4. The Horse of Belgravia

London’s pubs are sometimes located in strange places, hidden away to be discovered. Horse & Groom welcomes you at 7 Grooms Place.

5. Balham’s Nightingale

When you walking the calm valley streets of Balham the Nightingale pub is a perfect place to rest your legs and have some refreshments.

6. Balham Bowls Club

Another great public house in the Balham area is Balham Bowls Club.

7. The Latchmere in Battersea

The pub is situated not far from the southwest corner of Battersea Park. Above the pub you find Theatre503.

8. The Crabtree in Fulham

The Crabtree is situated on the riverside of the Thames, between Putney Bridge and Hammersmith Bridge. Craven Cottage the home of Fulham Football Club is just a few blocks from the pub.

9. The Red Lion in Mayfair

The Red Lion is a true historic pub dating all the way back to 1788. The pub survived the blitz during WW2 so the decorations and interior is very special.