Circa 1585 and steeped in English history,The Spaniards Inn is one of the oldest and most infamous pubs in London.
As one of London's oldest pubs, The Spaniards has earned itself a place in the history books, quite literally. Dickens immortalised it in The Pickwick Papers, and it's said that Keats wrote Ode to a Nightingale here over a claret or two. Indeed, our characterful 16th century inn is a romantic idyll in itself, with a few tales of its own to tell (Dick Turpin was apparently born here, need we say more?). A country pub in the city, we boast a garden grand enough to rival the great Heath itself, roaring fires in the winter and plenty of intriguing nooks in which to muse over our superlative drinks menu.
The Spaniards Inn in Hampstead is a pub with vibrant atmosphere and vintage character in equal measure. The building may be trad, but our top-drawer drinks range is light-years ahead of the average alehouse offering. What's more, our satisfying pub food is available all day, whether you're settling in for an after-work session or a weekend well spent in our buzzing beer garden.
The Spaniards Inn is within easy reach of Golders Green, Kentish Town and Highgate. It's also a great place to eat, drink and take the weight of your feet while visiting Hampstead Heath and Kenwood House.