The Mayflower is one of the oldest pubs on the river Thames and is located in Rotherhithe Village just two minutes from Rotherhithe Station. The bar is classically warm and cosy with French doors opening out onto a deck over the Thames.
The upstairs restaurant and bar are ideal for private parties up to 60 people, with stunning views of the river . The venue serves high quality food along with well kept real ales and an eclectic range of thoughtfully chosen wines, all at sensible prices.
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Venue Details & Map
117 Rotherhithe StreetRotherhitheLondonSE16 4NF
- +44 (0)20 7237 4088
- Public transport:
- Rotherhithe, Underground
After a particularly disappointing attempt at dinner over at The Old Salt Quay, my friends and I came to the nearby The Mayflower in Rotherhithe. Home of where the pilgrims gathered before heading down to Southampton to board the Mayflower ship to America.
Being a Saturday night, the pub was busy but not cramped - we found a table in the tented outdoor area. I like the rustic, traditional...more
Love this little pub, stumbled across this as the evening we had planned didn't turn out as hoped but we were saved by the Mayflower.
We sat in the outside area which is like a jetty in the summer but at Christmas it is covered by a marquee like a little grotto with heaters and decorations. The mulled cider was absolutely lovely, so lovely you could easily overindulge without realising. The...more
This is a great all year round pub. I went in the summer one day after work and sat outside on their lovely terrace over looking the Thames which was fab. Then went again yesterday on a rainy, cold, November evening and it was equally brilliant as the pub is very cosy and warm inside.
The pub is ridiculously old and obviously has loads of history. It has querky nic nacs dotted all over the...more
Great atmosphere, lovely views, and good deals on food - e.g. 2x fish and chips for £10 on a Friday.
I don't really ever drink alcohol, so the prices of drinks don't offend me that much, but I'm sure they're more expensive than most, especially as this place is a bit out of the way...
All in all though, the decking at the back is a lovely place to be on a warm summer evening!more
Such a wonderful old little pub that you'll like immediately upon entering. A friend and I went here for lunch on a Sunday, not thinking it would be too crowded, and we were very wrong. However, the lovely staff upstairs found a place for us and were really welcoming and friendly.
Everything on the menu looked delicious and was all pretty reasonably priced, the most expensive probably being...more