The Princess of Wales
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Just a short walk from Greenwich Park and the Royal Observatory, The Princess of Wales is a popular local pub in Blackheath.
The perfect balance of traditional and contemporary interiors, the bar is bursting with character and charm.
Walk through the airy conservatory room and you’ll be treated to a spacious beer garden with plenty of seating, sheltered areas, and even a BBQ area for alfresco cooking in the summer months.
Behind the bar, you’ll find a great range of craft beers, wines, and artisan spirits, while the food menu offers classic British dishes. There’s something for everyone.
Rugby fans – in 1871, the pub was used as the changing rooms for the first ever international match between England and Wales.
Sunday evenings you can come and relax and listen to our live jazz band.
Monday nights come and win a prize at our pub quiz.
- After work drinks , Chatting and Drinking , Watching Sport
- Blackheath, Greenwich
- Live Music
- Happily Affordable ££
- Taking Bookings
- Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
- No Door Charge
- Background Music , Jazz
- Patio, Heated Outdoor Space
- No queues normally
The Princess of Wales, 1a, Montpellier Row, SE3 0RL
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|The Conservatory||Private Room||30||40||-||-||-|
The conservatory is a bright and open space, overlooking the beautiful beer garden. With a range of comfy sofa-style seating, this area is perfect for private parties, drinks receptions or sit-down events.
|The Snug||Private Room||18||30||-||-||-|
This intimate and cosy area of the pub features a large fireplace, comfy armchair seating and a warm atmosphere. This space is ideal for smaller get-togethers and drinks receptions.
* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.