2 Hartfield Road, Wimbledon, SW19 3TA
0208 946 5369
The Prince of Wales is a traditional English pub and one of the oldest in Wimbledon. Standing across the road from Wimbledon Train and Tube Station, The Prince of Wales has more to offer than meets the eye. Originally a coaching inn from the 17th Century, the house often served as a refuge for the infamous Dick Turpin during the notorious highwaymen years.
The old cellar, now Berties Bar, Kitchen and Courtyard was first built to stable horses of travellers staying at the hotel. Berties opened in 1971 and much of the original stonework was demolished with only the cobbles beneath the flagstones remaining as a reminder of the past.
With experienced,friendly staff, whatever your tipple we will serve you in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.
We are happy to offer function facilities at The Prince of Wales and can cater for parties.
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