The London Storyteller’s Historic Pubs & Food
The London Storyteller invites you to visit favourite pubs in historic Hampstead and Highgate to discover some of the finest examples in the Kingdom.
Rich in history, these places and pubs have stories to tell from Karl Marx to rock legends and royal mistresses to Monty Python in two of the most picturesque locations in London.
This is an informal experience with storytelling optional for those who want to discover more about the history of pubs, places and the personalities of London both local and beyond.
As well as a great choice of English beer and spirits; our guests also enjoy discovering some of the best pub pub food that the nation has to offer.
Choose The London Storyteller’s Favourite Historic pubs for a real English pub experience.
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The London Storyteller will meet you at Archway tube station with a walk up to Highgate Village past where Dick Whittington met his cat and the former home of the famed lover of Charles II, actress Nell Gwyne.
Highgate is a charming historic place rich in personalities. From Georgian and Victorian town houses to pubs with history stretching back hundreds of years. Located in one of the highest points in London, its pubs are patronised by stars of songwriting, stage and screen.
Either a short bus ride or a relaxing walk away from Highgate, as we travel to nearby Hampstead guests can choose to make a stop at a five hundred year old pub near the most expensive residential road in the world. Across the road from the stately home of Kenwood House with some of the finest view of the city; guests can enjoy expertly kept beer, fine wine and a superb menu either inside the historic pub itself or in its beautiful heated beer garden.
First recorded in the reign of King Ethelred The Unready in 968, Hampstead has a selection of wonderful pubs that are full of character.Boasting Georgian and Victorian architecture as well as being home to many famous personalities from the past to the present. It is also conveniently equipped with an Underground station making a return into central London less than fifteen minutes away.