71 Pubs and Bars found in or around South Acton (Train Station)

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Swan

The Swan is good an example of how to do a gastropub properly - that is, they don't shout about it. No tablecloths, eating only areas, or reserved signs here - just a pleasant, wood-panelled pub which happens to make a deal...

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0.31mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 4 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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St. George & The Dragon

The Remarkable Restaurants group run pubs that usually get a good reception here at Fancyapint, so we're happy to report their newest effort tops them all, in looks at least. After being closed for a while, in 2006 they were...

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0.55mi
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Pickwick's Wine Bar

Sometimes, just sometimes, a place comes along which restores your faith in the art of running a pub. Pickwick's - one of Chiswick's last independent bars - was apparently saved some years ago from being turned into a...

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0.82mi
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Duke of Sussex

When the Duke of Sussex revamped itself in the latter half of 2007 from a yoof-oriented and rather raucous place, it signalled the almost complete blanketing of Chiswick in upmarket gastropubs. Of course, like anything else, no...

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0.35mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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The Six Bells

Traditional pub in the heart of Acton, shock. It had a bit of a makeover in the not too distant past, but we wouldn't go so far as to say it's changed much. The Six Bells does a lot of things right and provides a good welcome...

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0.52mi
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The Old Pack Horse

The Old Pack Horse is a good, solid pub. It has a sleepy feel out of hours, but picks up in the evening when a mixed bunch of locals fill the place up. It's a Fuller's pub and the beer's brewed just down the road so a decent...

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0.56mi
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The King's Head

When it comes to pubs, Acton is quite unusual. Firstly, there are a surprisingly large amount of them, and secondly a lot of them are still unreconstructed pubs with older fellas propping up the bar. The King's Head - an...

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0.57mi
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Barley Mow

The old Barley Mow was a rather edgy boozer, full of flashy one-armed bandits and sullen drinkers. Out of kilter with the genteel surroundings of Turnham Green, it was no surprise that it would eventually succumb to a...

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0.61mi
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The Rocket

The Rocket has settled down to become a popular spot in these parts. With deep red walls, a large bar, a separate dining area and the usual (nowadays) mishmash of unmatched furniture - in styles ranging from student bedsit, to...

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0.69mi
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The Tabard

The London pub with the closest links to the Arts & Crafts movement of the 19th century is, of course, the glorious Blackfriar. And whilst the Tabard's not quite as spectacular, it does deserve a mention alongside that home...

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0.72mi
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