Cosy Pubs With Fireplaces in London

If you're feeling the winter chill and are looking for somewhere inviting to curl up by the fire with a pint in hand, then we've got the goods for you. From toasty boozers with the best Sunday roasts in the biz to unique bars and hidden gems, check out our recommendations for cosy pubs in London with open fireplaces to warm you up good and proper.

Last updated on 12th November 2020




The Ladywell Tavern

2 user reviews 3

The Ladywell Tavern ticks all our British boozer boxes. Complete with a roaring fire, board games, tonnes of beers on tap and a heated garden, you'd be hard-push to find a reason not to love this place. Head here on a Sunday to dive into an epic roast dinner.

The Spaniards Inn

15 user reviews 4

Hunker down in this charming British pub for a cosy dining experience quite like no other. Dating back to the 1500s, The Spaniards Inn once played host to highwaymen and rioters, but luckily the pub is a little more subdued now, with a welcoming atmosphere and plenty of historical charm.

Catford Bridge Tavern

53 user reviews 4

A South London favourite, this warm and welcoming pub between Catford and Catford Bridge Station is a spot for all the family. Offering a cosy and inviting seating area, complete with working fireplace and tasty Caribbean eats, it's a must-visit when the weather takes a turn.

The Roebuck Hampstead

407 user reviews 4

Many flock to Hampstead when the winter bites thanks to its charming leafy streets and quaint neighbourhood shops, but if you're looking to warm your cockles? Head to The Roebuck, where the huge sharing boards come piled high with melted camembert, homemade sausage rolls and sourdough toast.

The White Cross

306 user reviews 4

The White Cross may be tucked away in the heart of Richmond, but when it comes to a pub with a fireplace in London, it's one of our top picks. Boasting a prime riverfront location, this quirky boozer has been known to flood when the tide is high, so be sure to bring your wellington boots.

The Heathcote and Star

375 user reviews 5

When it comes to keeping cosy in Leytonstone, there's no better place than The Heathcote and Star. Part of the Electric Star Group, this light and airy haunt is decked out in electric blue hues, with quirky neon signs adorning the walls. As dusk falls though, expect the lights to dim and the fire to roar.

Duke on the Green

404 user reviews 4

Found in the heart of the West London neighbourhood Parsons Green, Duke on the Green is a regularly packed out spot. Screening major sports fixtures and serving up a menu of hearty brunch plates and mega Sunday roasts, it's an ideal spot to while away the hours by the fireside.

Holly Bush

304 user reviews 4

One of Hampstead's most famous spots (and for good reason), the Holly Bush screams quaint country pub vibes. Churning our local ales and offering a menu of hearty British fare, this Hollymount spot is a guaranteed winner for your next winter date night in London.