A typical London pub the Pride of Paddington has 12 newly refurbished en suite cosy bedrooms and it is featured on the Stay in a Pub website
Stay in a Pub
Stay in a Pub is a carefully curated collection of boutique pubs, traditional coaching inns and affordable accommodation in pubs across the United Kingdom. Some of the pubs featured offer function rooms as well. The Bow Street Tavern is a quirky pub with rooms ideal for small meetings, the Inspector’s Room is ideal for meetings involving up to 10 people. Pub food available and can be served in the function rooms. Or participants may prefer to take a break and enjoy a drink in one of several small bars here.
Pride of Paddington
A pub with rooms, the Pride of Paddington is conveniently situated in the London district of Paddington and very close to Paddington station. This traditional English hostelry has been welcoming guests since 1920. But, it has not always been a pub. Originally it was the Westbourne Hotel named after one of London’s lost rivers, the Westbourne River. This small river or brook runs under Kilburn, Paddington and Bayswater on its way to Serpentine.
Guests here can enjoy the sounds and ambience that is typical of an independent London pub – and the convenience of being in the centre of the city. In the evenings the bar ata the Pride of Paddington throbs with chat and music but the rooms are in a separate area and have a separate entrance.
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