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The George Inn

77 Borough High Street, LONDON, SE1 1NH

The coming of the nearby railway meant demolition of part of what is now London's sole surviving example of a 17th-century, galleried coaching inn, but what's left is impressive. National Trust-owned, it still features some very old woodwork, like the simple wall seats. Serving thirsty Londoners for centuries, the pub is mentioned in Dickens's Little Dorrit. As well as Greene King ales and rotating guests, George Inn Ale is the house beer. Classic pub grub is the order of the day.

Further information

Tel: 020 7407 2056
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

IPA, George Inn Ale, guest ales


All day all week
11-11 (Sun 12-10.30)


25-26 Dec


Children welcome.
Coach parties catered.



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From London Bridge tube station, take Borough High St exit, left. Pub 200yds on left

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