Cosy pubs to snuggle and settle down: Top 5 this winter

Cosy pubs, wooly jumpers and mulled wine – just a snippet of the winter festivities we all love. Here at Pearl & Pear we’ve found you the top 5 cosiest spots for you to explore!

1. Duke of Clarence, South Kensington

Nestled in the heart of South Kensington, following an extensive refurbishment The Duke of Clarence has re-opened. With a stunning new bar, dining room and a focus on small and large plates, this cosy spot offers an impressive setting for a winter night.

Address: 148 Old Brompton Road, South Kensington, London, SW5 0BE

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2. Sorrel, Surrey Hills

Sorrel, chef Steve Drake’s modern fine dining restaurant nestled in the Surrey Hills has recently opened this October. Combining the stunning features of a Grade II listed property with a new, modern kitchen in the heart of the restaurant, guests will be fully immersed in all aspects of traditional creativity.

Address: 77 South Street, Dorking, Surrey, RH4 2JU

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3. The Dickens Inn, St. Katherine’s Docks

The Dickens Inn is now one of the most famous and most successful pubs on The River Thames. Complete with the charm and rustic features of an original warehouse building near Tower Bridge, Tower of London and the Shard. The restaurant includes British classics alongside its own Pizzeria.

Address: Marble Quay, St Katherine’s Way, London, E1W 1UH

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4. The Prince Albert, Battersea

This beautiful pub is one of the oldest buildings on Albert Bridge Road with a view that is absolutely beautiful. You’ll receive a royal welcome each time we step inside The Prince Albert, tasting the best in seasonal British food and an amazing traditional atmosphere.

Address: 85 Albert Bridge Road, Battersea SW11 4PF

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5. The Narrowboat, Islington

The Narrowboat is a hidden gem and the one and only cosy pub situated directly on Regent’s Canal in Islington. A beautiful pub tucked away from the hustle and bustle for those who enjoy relaxing with friends and family, with a stunning view of the canal.

Address: The Narrowboat, 119 St Peter’s Street, London, N1 8PZ

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