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Bell of Hampstead

(formerly Cork & Bottle Hampstead,White Horse,G.E. Aldwinkle's)

154 Fleet Road

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East London Pub Co

About the Pub

Recently accounced that East London Pub Co are to reopen the pub as The Bell of Hampstead. Exactly when it will reopen to be announced. See

This pub was boarded up shortly after 20th March 2020. As of last night (30 May) it's still closed and boarded up. The /hampstead website gives a 404 error and the only address listed is that of their venerable Covent Garden branch.


After being closed for around a year, now re-opened as Cork & Bottle and a recent visit shows both 2 handpumps and a wall of 8 keg taps so, unlike some of their other operations, this will not be just a a wine bar. (see below). That said the outside signage refers to Wine Bar and Wine Shop so we think that will be a significant focus of its operations. First beer to appear which looks like it will be a regular is St Austell Tribute. Kegs were all standard apart from Neck Oil.

From Propel

The Gresham Collective is to open its third Cork & Bottle wine bar, in Hampstead. The company is opening the venue in Fleet Road after taking over the former The White Horse pub. It will feature more than 300 bottles of wine while there will also be an outside garden. The food will include its usual plates of cheese and charcuterie as well as its signature ham and cheese pie. There will also be a larger menu, which features dishes such as garlic stuffed snails

This pub was rebuilt in its current form in 1904. An a attractive triangular corner pub, with long pedigree, dating back to 1721, and including customers such as George Orwell, who worked at a bookshop opposite, and Joe Orton. Interior decoration is listed by CAMRA as an historic pub interior of regional importance, including fine oak bar panelling, decorative ceiling, stained glass and floor tiles. Decorative fireplaces, sconces, old prints, Victorian-style lampshades, chandeliers and rococo mirrors lend an elegant ambience to the wooden tables and chairs, interspersed with upholstered furniture. There is a small garden (or outside area with tables and chairs), rest rooms in basement. A neighbourhood gem. Nearest Tube station: Belsize Park.

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Bell of Hampstead

154 Fleet Road

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51.554067, -0.164574


  • <Bus Close to Bus Routes
  • <Underground Close to London Underground / Overground / DLR

Nearby Bus Routes (< ½ mile)

C11, 24, 46, 168

Closest Station (1850m)

Kentish Town

Nearby London Underground/Overground/DLR (150m)

Hampstead Heath

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Bell of Hampstead - Hampstead

Temporarily Closed

Bell of Hampstead

154 Fleet Road

Pub Features

  • No Real Ale
  • Historic Pub Interior
  • Garden
  • Close to Bus Routes
  • Close to London Underground / Overground / DLR

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