Bar, dining room, private function room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), small beer garden.
In public areas.
All ages welcomed.
Per room B&B from £110. À la carte £35.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Part of the local landscape since 1878, this Victorian public house, newly restored and revamped, is today a smart, welcoming spot, with well-designed rooms, a modern, gastropubby restaurant and a fine selection of cask ales. It is managed by Joe Sheasgreen. Locals and residents congregate over biodynamic wines and locally sourced beers in the handsomely restored bar (wood flooring, dark leather banquettes, mismatched tables and chairs); in the dining room, imaginative seasonal dishes might include flat-iron Suffolk chicken, broccoli and spinach slaw, skin-on fries. Upstairs, bedrooms have a large bed and a mid-century-modern aesthetic; a capsule coffee machine and useful technology (air conditioning, Bluetooth sound system) come as standard. Light bites and big plates at breakfast. The city centre is easily reached. (Rail station: Peckham Rye)