Dating back to the 1500s and one of London's oldest pubs, The Spaniards has been immortalised in various works of literature, and was frequented by historic figures including John Keats.<br/><br/>Indoors, a charming yesteryear vibe sees mismatched furnishings, weathered wood panelling and leather-bound books dotted throughout, while a canopy-sheltered terrace immerses diners in Hampstead's lush, green landscape. Enjoy speciality beers, fine wines and a gourmet twist on pub favourites, all in a relaxed, homely setting.
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The Spaniard's Inn
Spaniards RoadHampsteadLondonNW3 7JJ
- +44 20 8731 8406
Beautiful historic pub, decent selection of ales and other beer, and awesome scotch eggs. Bit pricey, but not so much as to put you off it. Always enjoy it, will be back again soon.
It's too cold right now, but in the summertime the Spaniard has the best outdoor seating of any pub in the area.more
Love this place! Wonderful atmosphere. You can actually feel the history of it. The beer garden is one of the best in North London and the people who work there are lovely and friendly. The food is lovely and I love going there for a Sunday roast. Highly recommended.more
The Spaniards has a very special place in my heart, my late father used to take the family for walls on the Heath followed by lunch here. The food was very simple pub grub back then, and it's great to see they have kept up that tradition. My wife and I now go and I thought it time I write a review.
The welcome is warm and you can smell the history of the place as you walk in. A good mix of...more
Great place to rest after a long walk around Hampstead Heath with the dog.
I came on a friend's recommendation after we'd been walking with our dogs. Thankfully they welcome canine pals so we didn't feel awkward about bringing 3 muddy monsters in. We did opt to sit outside so perhaps they were more understanding as a result :P
There's a great selection of ales on tap and the food menu is...more
Well its a 16th century coaching inn at top of Hampstead Heath right next to the old turnpike house . As you can guess theres lots of dark oak , bare timbers and flagstones . Apparently Dick Turpin was a regular . The food looks excellent and they have a reasonable range if real ales available . What was tasted was well kept . A bit of a hidden gem .more