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"Dick Turpin's local"
This charming and historic public house was originally built in 1585 and is believed to have hosted the Spanish Ambassador to the court of King James I, hence the name. Dick Turpin, the Highway robber, is one of its former illustrious punters; his famous pistol is even on display here. The Spaniard's Inn is also steeped in literary history; poets like Byron and Keats are said to have downed a pint at the bar. The pub's snug, paneled rooms and open fires make it a welcome retreat, and the real ale is another crowd-pleaser. A stone's throw from Kenwood, it is an ever-popular conclusion to a weekend stroll on Hampstead Heath. The Inn's garden is well cared for and ideal for a summer afternoon brunch or casual drinks with friends.
Spaniard's Road, London, United Kingdom, NW3 7JJ
Today: 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Closed Now
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Monday to Saturday 12:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 PM to 10:30 PM
"Dick Turpin's local"
This charming and historic public house was originally built in 1585 and is believed to have hosted the Spanish Ambassador to the court of King James I, hence the name. Dick Turpin, the Highway robber, is one of its former illustrious punters; his famous pistol is even on display here. The Spaniard's Inn is also steeped in literary history; poets like Byron and Keats are said to have downed a pint at the bar. The pub's snug, paneled rooms and open fires make it a welcome retreat, and the real ale is another crowd-pleaser. A stone's throw from Kenwood, it is an ever-popular conclusion to a weekend stroll on Hampstead Heath. The Inn's garden is well cared for and ideal for a summer afternoon brunch or casual drinks with friends.
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Hampstead Golf Club
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Hampstead Heath
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Kenwood House
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Hampstead Antique & Craft Market
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Iveagh Gallery
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Spaniard's Road
London, United Kingdom, NW3 7JJ
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