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.
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The Holly Bush
22 Holly MountHampsteadLondonNW3 6SG
- +44 (0)20 7435 2892
- Public transport:
- Finchley Road, Underground
This traditional pub has it all - wonderful location, cozy pub atmosphere, and an elegant dining room upstairs. I've enjoyed a cheerful dinner downstairs next to the chimney and also a classy Sunday lunch in the dining room. The food was excellent. I'd defenitely be a regular if I was living there.more
Difficult to find, tiny out of the way luscious little old pub chocked fill of aged wood and obligatory snugs and nooks and crannies. Beer is Adnams so no problem there. The reverse of hipster and long may it remain so. Haven't tried the food but assuming I can find it again I'll give it a go.more
Nice pub with a great atmosphere. The staff is friendly and the crowd hip... Very authentic british. The food is good and they have a fair selection of drinks.more
The Holly Bush is a legendary pub in London - that is much revered by locals and visitors alike.
It is admired because it is non-corporate - because of its quirky decoration and feel - and because of the people who run it and go there.
Possibly our experience was atypical - but our experience was awful.
The place is Non-corporate unquestionably - and I hate chain pubs with chain beer just...more
My only regret in London? I did not get the chance to dine at Holly Bush.
We stopped for beers at Holly Bush during our London Walks Hampstead Pub Crawl and loved the cheery, cozy atmosphere in this pub. The pub attracts quite a large crowd of locals and tourists in the evenings. Judging by the delicious smells wafting from the kitchen and the cheap beer prices it was quite obvious why!...more