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Pubs with gardens in West London

There are many excellent pubs with gardens in West London. We’re spoilt for choice with pubs on the river that have seating allowing punters to enjoy views of the Thames to those with cosy courtyard gardens perfect for the cooler evenings.

In this blog, we highlight several pubs with gardens in West London that you might want to stop in for a drink or meal. Whilst we naturally think of pubs with gardens in the summer months, many of these pubs have courtyard gardens complete with heaters, perfect for the cooler times of year.  


Pubs with beer gardens in Hammersmith

There are a variety of pubs with beer gardens in Hammersmith from The Hampshire which has a large, pretty garden to the rear to The Anglesea, in the heart of Brackenbury Village which has a small beer garden at the front.

The Cross Keys, Black Lion Lane

A cosy and atmospheric ‘old-school’ pub that serves real ales and British pub food, and there’s even a darts board and board games. In the summer months, you can enjoy your food and drink in the tucked-away beer garden to the rear of the pub.

The Hampshire, King Street

The Hampshire is a modern pub on King Street that has an impressive garden to the rear. They serve authentic Indian food with a modern twist, there’s also an open grill and sharing menus to be enjoyed. They also offer a selection of shisha.

The Hampshire pub garden Hammersmith

The Anglesea Arms, Wingate Road

Tucked away on a side street on the Brackenbury Village side of Ravenscourt Park is The Anglesea, a brilliant gastropub that’s favoured by local residents that offers a seasonal Mediterranean-inspired menu. To the front of the pub, there is a small outside terrace.   

The Raven, Goldhawk Road

Tucked away near the arches by Stamford Brook tube station, The Raven is within walking distance of Hammersmith, Shepherd’s Bush and Chiswick. The pub is particularly well known for serving popular Thai dishes from its kitchen and has a cosy courtyard beer garden to the side.

The Duchess, Goldhawk Road

A charming pub near Stamford Brook, The Duchess has become a popular local hang out since its refurbishment in 2018. The calendar is full of events from comedy to live music and big-screen sport. The Duchess has a great outside space with ample seating and a covered area.

The Queens Head, Brook Green

Within a short walk of Hammersmith Broadway, technically The Queen’s Head is in Brook Green but its beer garden is too wonderful not to be included here. The pub boasts one of the largest gardens in West London, it’s a popular spot to spend a sunny day and is also known for its traditional Sunday roast dinners.


Pubs with beer gardens in Shepherd’s Bush

There are several pubs with beer gardens in Shepherd’s Bush worth visiting, whether you’re stopping in for a drink after work or looking to enjoy a well-cooked meal, there’s a choice of places to visit.

The Princess Victoria, Uxbridge Road

Its interior may be recognisable from its feature in the film ‘The Gentlemen’, but the outdoor area at The Princess Victoria is just as impressive. There’s a newly paved front terrace and picturesque rear courtyard where you can enjoy their extensive menu sourced from British producers. 

Princess Victoria pub garden Shepherds Bush

The Eagle, Askew Road

A firm Askew Village favourite, The Eagle is another traditional pub with a great outdoor area, one of the biggest gardens in this blog, and offers an exceptional menu, special mention should be given to their Veggie Sunday roast. 

The Askew, Uxbridge Road

The large beer garden to the rear of this bustling pub has ample seating, this coupled with the recently refurbished front garden, makes The Askew an easy option for a quick evening pie and pint.


Pubs with beer gardens in Chiswick

There are a number of pubs with beer gardens in Chiswick, W4 has a considerable number of pubs within its bounds and most of them have an outside space of some description.  

The Lamb, Chiswick High Road

The Lamb has a wonderful beer garden to the front with ample seating. A traditional pub with quirky charm, the Lamb serves a selection of beers and wine together with seasonal British dishes.

The Roebuck, Chiswick High Road

A long-established Chiswick public house, The Roebuck is a bright and modern gastropub with a large pub garden to the rear. Serving exceptional food and a broad selection of beers and spirits it’s the perfect place to visit with friends or family.

The George IV, Chiswick High Road

The George IV is comfortably one of the most popular pubs in Chiswick, known for its live music and comedy nights, they run varied events throughout the year from Jazz in the courtyard to The Kid’s Table Brunch. The courtyard beer garden tucked to the rear is the perfect place to spend an afternoon or evening or even brunch!

The George IV, Chiswick High Road

The Pilot, Wellesley Road

Described as ‘small but perfectly formed’, The Pilot is a traditional pub known for its good food and choice of drinks. There’s a patio area to the rear and a garden room that’s used for small events.

The Tabard, Bath Road

Just around the corner from Turnham Green underground station, The Tabard is a popular place to stop for a drink after you’ve completed your commute before you head home, you’re also likely to see teams stop in for a refreshment after 5-a-side football over at Rock’s Lane. The terraced courtyard has heaters perfect for the cooler months.


Riverside pubs London

The pubs positioned along the river in West London largely all have outdoor seating, making them the perfect place to stop for a drink or meal when walking along the river.

The Black Lion, South Black Lion Lane, Hammersmith

The Black Lion has a large patio garden, one of the largest pub gardens in West London just a few steps away from the River Thames. Steeped in history, The Black Lion is bursting with character and offers traditional pub food, together with a selection of drinks including ales and fabulous wines.

The Black Lion pub garden Hammersmith

The Blue Anchor, Lower Mall, Hammersmith

The Blue Anchor is one of the most popular and most photographed of the riverside pubs in Hammersmith given that from the outside area to the front you can enjoy far-reaching views along the River Thames.

The Dove, Upper Mall, Hammersmith

A Grade II listed pub, The Dove is one of the most charming establishments in the area. Cosy and small, this old-worldly pub gets filled up very quickly – it has the smallest bar room in the world! There’s a wonderful terrace to the rear of the pub that looks out over the river.

The Old Ship, Hammersmith

The Old Ship is positioned right on the banks of the River Thames and has outdoor seating on the ground floor and upstairs on the first floor allowing for beautiful views up and down the river. They have an extensive food and bar menu and have three cask beers in constant rotation.

The Old Ship, Hammersmith

The Bell and Crown, Thames Road, Chiswick

The Bell and Crown is a 18th century pub with a conservatory and outdoor seating on the river. One of the most popular places to stop for a Sunday roast on the River Thames, you usually need to book ahead if you’re planning to eat here on the weekend.

The City Barge, Strand-on-the-Green, Chiswick

The City Barge is a historic riverside pub that has outdoor seating and serves a modern British menu. The seating along the river is limited and becomes busy very quickly on warmer days. The pub also has an excellent events space upstairs.  

Pubs in West London

We’ve included a selection of pubs in West London here but there are many, many more to be enjoyed in this part of London. You might also wish to read our recent blog highlighting outdoor dining venues in West London.

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