The Mayflower pub sits right on the river with its own jetty, where drinkers can sit in on warmer days. Inside is a cosy decor with black wood panelling, large oak beams, brick fireplace and display of nautical items.
117 Rotherhithe Street, Rotherhithe, London, SE16 4NF
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+44 (0)20 7237 4088
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117 Rotherhithe StreetRotherhitheLondonSE16 4NF
- +44 (0)20 7237 4088
- Public transport:
- Rotherhithe, Underground
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I REALLY wanted to like this pub more than I did. The bartenders were non-friendly (that's not quite unfriendly, but pretty close), the food wasn't very good and the service was bumpy.
A group of five of us came on 4th of July due to its rumored history, and I will say this pub is indeed very charming. Honestly, after seeing this place and how freaking authentic and rustic and British it is,...more
Discovered this place after living in the neighborhood for well over 3 years. And wow! Am I finally beginning to appreciate old rickety pubs or what!
The pub is christened after the Mayflower, the vessel that transported the pilgrims from Plymouth, England to Plymouth, Massachusetts. Once you're in the pub, you'll learn more. There is plenty of history in the form of sketches, drawings and...more
The Mayflower is an old pub with old world feel. And that's just how I like it.
It's dark, it's wooden, there are nooks and crannies everywhere to find seating and it's right on the water. Sitting outside is beautiful when it's warm enough, or you can stay on the patio but under there heated tent.
The decorations are great - candles everywhere with old paintings and statues. We were at a...more
My friends in London have been raving about this place to me for a year, and as I finally had the opportunity to visit, we made sure it was on the list of places to go. I can see why they love it so! Really charming, cosy place, loaded with history. Can't speak to the food, as we only stayed for a pint or two, but the deck overlooking the Thames was particularly lovely at sunset. And I...more