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Hidden London – Visit The George Inn

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The only remaining galleried coaching inn in London, The George now belongs to the National Trust. This London pub can be traced back to 1542, although an inn probably stood on the spot even earlier. Shakespeare lived and worked nearby, so it’s likely that he’d have been one of its patrons; he may even have played there.

There are several bars on the ground floor. The restaurant, which used to be the bedchambers in the old coaching days, offers an a la carte menu of traditional British cuisine.
Last remaining galleried inn in LondonDid you know?

The galleries which front the building were once common on inns
Many other surviving examples were lost during the Second World War

The original George Inn was destroyed by fire in 1676

Charles Dickens visited the site when it was a coffee house……and it’s mentioned in Little Dorrit

77 Borough High Street, SE1 1NH (London Bridge/Borough underground)Contact number: 020 7407 2056

More details here: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/george-inn/