There are some occasions where you’ll walk into a pub and can instantly tell it has a lot of history. If Trafalgar Tavern’s walls could talk, they’d definitely have some good stories to tell, and we’d love nothing more than to listen to them whilst nursing a pint of its signature larger.
There have been regular visitors like Charles Dickens during its original pub days, as well as a period of time where it was turned into a home for retired sailors, with the décor giving signs of its colourful past.
The heavy naval influence means you can expect statues of Admiral Lord Nelson, paintings of various ships on the wall, and military-related ornaments lining the room. The interiors remain traditional throughout with wooden panelling running along the bar, oak flooring and leather brown seats.
Beyond the grand pub bar (which serves classic dishes and an extensive list of ales), there is a host of rooms available for private hire with varying capacity and styles. The Hardy Suite, for instance, is a room able to hold 100 guests standing or 60 seated, which comes with its own bar and a raised balcony for some of the best views of Greenwich. Lending itself to all of life's big occasions, this is a setting worthy of life's best celebrations.
If you’ve got something a little more intimate in mind, there’s also The Pickle Room that can seat 20 people on one table or 32 across multiple, making it an ideal set-up for birthday meals or anniversary parties. With views across the Old Naval College and a plethora of natural light, The Pickle Room is ideal for daytime and evening use.
This self-proclaimed jewel of the Thames offers itself as the perfect spot to eat, drink and celebrate every special occasion life brings, and is able to cater for a range of requirements.