Pubs With Open Fires

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London in the winter can sometimes leave you craving crisp countryside air and timbered pubs with open fires. Whilst we wouldn't advise relocating, we can guide you in the direction of the best pubs with open fires. Cocoon yourself from the cold at one of the best pubs with an open fire in the capital.
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77 Kings Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 4NX
(020) 7376 7799

Benihana on the King's Road is a Japanese teppanyaki restaurant where dishes are cooked in front of you on a teppan grill. Benihana Chelsea is ideal for birthdays and celebrations with a private chef at every table, dazzling guests with their showmanship and culinary skills.

  • Unforgettable dining experience where chefs entertain
  • Fresh ingredients prepared in front of your eyes
  • Delicious food and mouth-watering cocktails
  • Lively atmosphere with friendly and welcoming staff
  • A unique experience at every table!

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Adam and Eve


The Adam and Eve is a charming gastropub in Mill Hill Village, with open fire places that come in handy during the colder months.

The Ridgeway, Mill Hill Village, London, NW7 1RL
(020) 8959 1553

The Albion


Several fireplaces can be found at this popular pub in the residential back streets of N1.

10 Thornhill Road, Barnsbury, London, N1 1HW
(020) 7607 7450

The Angel


The coal fire in the corner of the bar is a good touch for winter months.

61 St Giles High Street, London, WC2H 8LE
(020) 7240 2876

Anglesea Arms


Anglesea Arms are proud of their traditions, including the beautiful open fire. Ash wood logs are used specifically to keep the fire burning longer. That's love for you.

35 Wingate Road, Ravenscourt Park, London, W6 0UR
(020) 8749 1291

Blue Lion


Independently run pub The Blue Lion offers a weekly-changing seasonal food menu alongside a variety of cask ales, ciders and wines.

133 Grays Inn Road, Bloomsbury, London, WC1X 8TU
(020) 7405 4422

Bulls Head


Open fireplaces, beamed low ceilings, walls lined with empty wine bottles and dim lighting all make for a comforting aesthetic.

15 Strand on the Green, Chiswick, London, W4 3PQ
(020) 3603 5155

The Crooked Billet


Once the weather turns bad (that will be in mid-July then!) and you can't make the most of the Crooked Billet's beautiful outdoor area, the real log fires spring to life to keep out the chill.

14 Crooked Billet, Wimbledon Village, London, SW19 4RQ
(020) 8946 4942

Defectors Weld


Shift up to the log fire here at the cosy yet contemporary Defectors Weld.

170 Uxbridge Road, Shepherds Bush, London, W12 8AA
(020) 8749 0008

Drayton Court


Drayton Court is a large and traditional Fuller's pub in Ealing converted from a 19th century hotel with open fires and possibly the largest beer garden in London.

2 The Avenue, West Ealing, London, W13 8PH
(020) 8997 1019

The Duchess of Cambridge


This ale-focused pub has a lovely open fire keeping punters warm at one end of the venue.

320 Goldhawk Road, Stamford Brook, London, W6 0XF
(020) 8834 7336

The Duchess of Kent


One of the two fireplaces here at the Duchess on Liverpool Road is situated in a space of the pub that is decked out like a cosy living room. Marvellous.

441 Liverpool Road, Islington, London, N7 8PR
(020) 7609 7104

Freemasons Arms


Two snuggly fires available at this excellent venue in Hampstead.

32 Downshire Hill, Hampstead, London, NW3 1NT
(020) 7433 6811

The Grafton


Cosy up at this Kentish Town pub, which following a recent refurb has gained a lovely fireplace ideal for the winter months.

20 Prince of Wales Road, Kentish Town, London, NW5 3LG
(020) 7482 4466

Havelock Tavern


The Havelock Tavern is an intimate, cosy venue with a warm fire to snuggle up to in the winter.

57 Masbro Road, Brook Green, London, W14 0LS
(020) 7603 5374

The Haven Arms

The Haven Arms has all of the hallmarks of a successful neighbourhood boozer – ales, good food, and a roaring fire.

33 Haven Lane, Ealing, London, W5 2HZ
(020) 8997 0378

King Edward VII


Open fires roar in the colder months at King Edward V11's in Stratford.

47 Broadway, Stratford, London, E15 4BQ
(020) 8534 2313

Ladywell Tavern


With an original brick fireplace, the Ladywell Tavern is well suited for the colder months of the year.

80 Ladywell Road, Lewisham, London, SE13 1DS
(020) 8690 7184
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The New York Bar

Rubens at The Palace Hotel, 39 Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria, London, SW1W 0PS
(020) 7834 6600

The New York Bar, located in the Rubens at the Palace Hotel in Victoria, provides a welcoming atmosphere in which to relax or socialise with friends, family and colleagues.

Renowned for its striking red décor, original artwork and friendly ambience, The New York Bar blends traditional hospitality with innovative cocktails, gin tasting experiences and live music.

There is a delicious bar menu and Express Lunch menu available. Resident singer Sourya provides the perfect live soundtrack Monday to Saturday from 7.30pm – 11.30pm.

Old Station House


The Old Station House is a stylish pub housed in one of Grove Park's oldest buildings. They offer a wide range of beers, wines and premium spirits and a food menu of classic dishes made with fresh seasonal produce. The Old Station House also has a lovely fireplace burning brightly on colder evenings

2 Grove Park Road, Grove Park, London, W4 3SG
(020) 8742 2555

Pride of Spitalfields


Warm your cockles in east London courtesy of this attractive boozer.

3 Heneage Street, Spitalfields, London, E1 5LJ
(020) 7247 8933

Red Lion


Inside this rather quirky pub is a collection of styles, all of which are piled up to make a neat sort of furniture installation centred on a roaring open-fire.

41 Hoxton Street, Hoxton, London, N1 6NH
(0207) 729 7920

St John's Tavern


This lovely pub close to Archway tube station has a fireplace that burns brightly during the winter months.

91 Junction Road, Holloway, London, N19 5QU
(020) 7272 1587

Star Tavern


Enjoy two open coal fires at the Star to keep you cosy in the winter.

6 Belgrave Mews West, Belgravia, London, SW1X 8HT
(020) 7235 3019

The Three Tuns


With all of the leather of the bottle green and burgundy buttoned benches and the multiple original fireplaces, The Three Tuns is definitely best appreciated when the cold starts to settle.

1 Portman Mews South, Regents Park, London, W1H 6HP
(020) 7408 0330

The Victoria

Open fires help to keep you warm in this cosy, traditional and charming pub in Highgate.

28 North Hill, Highgate, London, N6 4QA
(020) 8340 6091