The Blythe Hill Tavern is a CAMRA award-winning, traditional Victorian corner pub where you will always find a warm welcome and a great selection of real ales on tap.
There is something so familiar and comforting about the Blythe Hill Tavern, one of London’s Real Heritage Pubs, located in Forest Hill, south east London. In this friendly local, with the three room interior and 1930’s panelling, the landlord and staff, uphold the tradition of being smartly dressed, attentive and incredibly welcoming.
It is the relaxed atmosphere, with the child-friendly garden, the sports screens (never too loud), the roaring fires in the autumn and winter months, the quiz nights on Monday Nights (September to April), the traditional Irish music on a Thursday evening (all year round), that makes it such a special place to meet, enjoy real ales and relax with friends.
It’s are located along the A205 South Circular between Catford and Forest Hill, and have been the recipient of numerous awards, mostly recently CAMRA South East London Pub of the year 2012. It’s listed in the 2013 Good Beer Guide and prides itself on the best drop of Guinness this side of Dublin.
So come and taste any number of the fantastic real ales the Tavern has to offer and you’ll discover one of the hidden gems of South East London.
In March 2015, we were award the Best Pub and Cider Pub in the South East of London by CAMRA. Award ceremony to come in May.
In January 2015, the Blythe Hill Tavern was named the “the best in London” by the Society for the Preservation of Beers from the Wood. Read more about the award here.
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