Traditional, charming and dripping in British flair, The Hat & Tun is perfect for winter warming; not only down to their charming fireplace, but more than thanks to their roster of high-end gastro plates, international wines and cosy finesse.
Cosy Pubs With Fireplaces in London
If you're feeling the winter chill and are looking for a cosy bar in London with a roaring fireplace to snuggle up next to, then we have the best places to go. From toasty boozers with the best in British bites to unique bars and hidden gems, check out our recommended winter bars in London with open fire places to warm you up good and proper.
Another one of London's best fireplace pubs, The Cross Keys is a charming haunt in the heart of Chiswick. From snuggling up against to the heat to the deep wood and the international red wines, The Cross Keys have all bases covered.
Many flock to Hampstead when the winter bites thanks to its charming suburban feel and greenery, so what if you're looking to warm a little more? Join The Roebuck for classic pub vibes alongside an open fireplace, British pints and plenty more.
The White Cross may be tucked away in the heart of Richmond, but when it comes to a pub with a fireplace in London, this is more than ideal. From their tasty British beers down to warming your cocktails with gastro food by the river, this is the perfect winter treat.
The leafy suburb of Parsons Green is noted to get chilly come the winter months, but there's one pub that's coming up trumps in the open fire department. Spoil yourself around the flame and hunker down for cosy nights and pints aplenty.
Powder Keg Diplomacy is a fun bar in Clapham Junction where you're guaranteed to have a banging time! And of course, it's fantastic in the winter because of its roaring fireplace! But that's not all, they have some truly spectacular cocktails on offer so you just can't miss out!
Full of charming historical features, The Warrington is the perfect hideaway from a cold winter's day. From stained glass windows through to marble fire places, the pub is a local gem, along with having a mouth-watering homecooked menu.
The Red Lion in Stoke Newington is a cosy haunt in the winter with a roaring fire, plenty of booze and all the pizza you could need. Once it starts to heat up, this classic boozer becomes a hub for drinkers relaxing in the beautiful beer garden.
Boasting a large fireplace, perfect for warming up next to in those winter months, this charming Tufnell Park pub is the place to be when the chill hits thanks partly to its roaring fire, and partly to its great food and big tunes.
Get cosy as this west London watering hole; where you'll find a heartwarming menu featuring beef casseroles and loaded burgers alongside real ales and thirst-quenching wines.
One of the top spots to hole up when the weather takes a turn, London House offers a sumptuous lounge area complete with a working fireplace. Grab yourself a nice bottle of wine or a couple of their hand-crafted cocktails, and settle in for a relaxing evening in front of the fire.
Head to this Hampstead cutie for the ultimate cosy pub experience this winter as The Holly Bush churns out pints and proper British plates alongside a roaring open fire in the colder months.
When it comes to a traditional pub experience in the depths of winter, the Ealing Park Tavern can provide. From hearty roasts brimming with beef to a roaring fireplace, it's authentic and it's charming.
Tucked away in Tufnell Park, Bull & Gate is one of the cosiest places to hunker down this winter. From its spot just shy of Kentish Town and its high ceilings to its roaring fireplace on the second floor, it's prime for a visit once the temperatures start to drop.
A South London favourite, this warm and welcoming pub between Catford and Catford Bridge Station is a spot for all the family. Boasting 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.
Located in the heart of Angel, The Old Queen's Head is a pub by day and party bar by night. Whether you're tucking into burgers or came to guzzle real ales and cocktails, make sure you get a seat on the chesterfield that sits next to the open fire.
A staple of Marylebone's drinking scene, The Grazing Goat is a charming pub that boasts multiple rooms, private dining and a traditional menu of gastro classics. Pair that with a seat by the warming fire and you're in for a treat.
The Ladywell Tavern ticks all our British boozer boxes. Complete with 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 curl up in front of the fire before diving into a roast to end all roasts.