21 Pubs and Bars found in or around Bayswater (London Underground)

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Prince Edward

A decent, no-nonsense boozer with none of the pretensions of some of the places not so far away from here. It's a big, well-looked after place, with good, Hall & Woodhouse ales (eg Badger, Tanglefoot and Fursty Ferret) and...

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0.18mi
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The Champion

Walk the Bayswater Road from Marble Arch to Notting Hill and the pubs you pass (unsurprisingly) fit the image of the olde worlde London pubs that the majority of the area's hotel guests expect to find. It's a different story at...

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0.23mi
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Leinster Arms

Leinster Terrace has a group of independent shops and restaurants, so it's perhaps not too much of a surprise that the local pub has a similar, free-spirited air. We don't often come across pubs like the Leinster Arms in such...

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0.30mi
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King's Head

Quoting Flann O'Brien on a chalkboard is a good start for any boozer, and this place didn't do much wrong after that. Bombardier and Greene King IPA were available on tap, and the pub had a local feel that was pleasant, added...

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0.03mi
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The Prince Alfred

Rather like the part of London in which this pub sits, the Prince Alfred is difficult to categorise satisfactorily. Both have the feel of being a place through which people pass, with the nagging sensation that there is more to...

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0.10mi
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Leinster

Still behind hoardings, but there are signs that somethings happening - and as the sign's still up, you never know. We'll keep you posted.

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0.20mi
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Black Lion

Apparently built in 1720, the Black Lion retains some attractive features today. Its ornate original brickwork, and later Victorian ceiling and columns, are lovely. However, the elegant surroundings are somewhat compromised by...

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0.21mi
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The Chesterfield (ex-The Chepstow)

The Chepstow has been refurbished and renamed the Chesterfield and is now under the management of the company responsible for <a href="http://www.fancyapint.com/pubs/pub1105.php">The Ebury</a> and <a...

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0.26mi
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Westbourne House (ex The Shakespeare)

Formerly a rather unspectacular pub, it has now been refurbished and relaunched as the Westbourne House. They describe their interior as being "a sophisticated mix of Parisian boutique and Manhattan loft", while the...

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0.26mi
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