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Plan your trip

Plan your trip

Wimbledon has an array of entertainment and leisure options for you to explore before or after your visit with us in Wimbledon Village which is ideal for those who want to feel like they have escaped the hustle and bustle of London without leaving the city.

Our Bedrooms

Each one of our rooms hints at the heritage of Wimbledon’s oldest public house, now returning to its roots as a coaching inn.

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Places to visit

Wimbledon Village

Not only is Wimbledon home to the Wimbledon Tennis Championships every year but it is also home to Wimbledon Village. The Village has a blend of chic shops, cafes and bars set amongst handsome period buildings and open spaces making Wimbledon Village a unique leafy suburb in London.

New Wimbledon Theatre

The New Wimbledon Theatre, located on The Broadway, has been part of the Wimbledon community for over 100 years. With 1670 seats over three levels, it is the eighth largest theatre in London and has an exciting show calendar throughout the year including musicals, ballets, operas and plays.

Wimbledon Village Stables

A unique experience awaits just next door for budding equestrians at Wimbledon Village Stables, an award-winning riding school and livery stables, which offers private and group horse riding lessons and courses around Wimbledon Common and Richmond Park.

Directions

How to get here

NEAREST STATIONS: Wimbledon (District Line & National Rail)
BUS: You can take the 93 bus (towards Putney Bridge) from outside Wimbledon Station up the hill to Wimbledon Village. The bus stops just outside the Dog & Fox.

Opening Times

Monday – Saturday: 8am – 11pm
Sunday: 12pm – 11pm

Food Service Hours

Breakfast: Monday – Saturday: 8am – 11am
Brunch: (Monday - Saturday): 11:30am – 4pm
Dinner: 4pm - 10pm
Sunday Roasts: 12pm- 4pm (or until they run out)

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