The Holly Bush is located in Hampstead which has developed and grown to become one of the most fashionable areas in London. This building was originally a stable block and became a tavern in the early 1800s. It has managed to retain its old fashioned qualities, worn oak flooring, wood panelling and original gas lamps hanging from the ceiling. The poetry society meet here once a week. Private parties of up to 50 guests can be catered for upon request.
Venue Details & Map
The Holly Bush
22 Holly MountHampsteadLondonNW3 6SG
- +44 (0)20 7435 2892
- Public transport:
- Finchley Road, Underground
The Holly Bush is an adorable, traditional pub worth the uphill walk in Hampstead Village. It is tucked in a bit of a corner away from the main hustle of Hampstead but once you arrive you will realize it is quite a popular place. There are a handful of different rooms, some for pub dining and some for sit down. We decided to stick with pub good and took a seat in the side room off the main...more
Walked in at 17:30 on Saturday. It was bustling with people in the front bar area despite a bad weather. The back dining rooms starts at 18:00 but we asked them to let us have a seat despite having a booked table at 19:00. They willingly made a adjustment to accommodate us.
There was also a dining room upstairs. More spacious and lighter!! clean and nicely decorated.
Artichoke&onion soup was...more
Well what can I say about the holly bush that hasn't already been said. This place holds a lot of memories of Sunday roasts with my family after a long walk on the Heath. It must be listed in some London guide now as its packed with tourists with backpacks ordering coffee.
You can't help but love this place. GreAt for the ale drinks and very cosy on a winters day.more
This place is quintessential Hampstead gastropub with all the old trimmings. It's so authentic you can practically feel the souls of Londoners sitting by the fire and discussing local goings on. The menu consists of pheasant, sausage, đer, beef cheek, mussels, fish and chips, thrice baked potatoes... And beautiful draught ale and cider.
Make the short steep walk to experience the 1807...more