The Pub

The Pub

26, Wenlock Road London N1 7TA

Phone 020 7608 3406

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Open from 12 noon every day

Built 1835

Online since 27 July 1997

The Wenlock Arms was built in 1835, and opened as a pub in January 1836. It survived the wartime bombing of the district but still retains much of its original characteristics.

Located half way between Old Street and Angel tube
stations. Walk along the City Road, just West of Shepherdess Walk turn into Windsor Terrace (by the former NatWest Bank Building and opposite “BSG”). Walk North and The Wenlock Arms is at the
corner of Sturt Street and Wenlock Road.

Note – don’t be confused by WenlockStreet┬ánearby.

North London CAMRA pub of the Year for the years 1995, 1996, 2000 and 2004 (joint).
Society for the Preservation of Beers from the Wood (SPBW) Greater London Pub of the Year 2003
Featured pub on BBC Radio London (November 2001)
“Top Lager Pub” in London by the Evening Standard
Time Out: Best Twenty Pubs 1998 and 1999
Featured in Camra’s Good Beer Guide every year from 1995

The Wenlock Arms has been awarded the Cask Marque “for excellence in the serving of cask ales”.

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