Combining the best in British pub hospitality with individuality, character and quirky charm, The Mitre’s is perched on a street corner in the heart of Greenwich.
A well-established Greenwich watering hole, perched on a street corner near St Alfege’s Church, The Mitre was built over 300 years ago and originally traded as café. Suffering some damage during WW2 and having since been lovingly restored, the building is now a UNESCO heritage site with listed status.
A dog-friendly pub with traditional bar area and wood-panelled interior, The Mitre’s best kept secret is its two inviting beer gardens - hard to resist on a sunny day, they offer a spot of urban tranquillity in which to take time out and enjoy a glass of something special.
They carefully source the freshest seasonal produce, packing flavour and variety into the mouth-watering menu that offers tasty British mains, succulent burgers, sharing platters and daily specials, all rounded off with a selection of deliciously indulgent desserts. The super-talented kitchen team are experts in perfectly combining quality and comfort in every single dish they prepare.
The pub boasts 24 elegantly furnished en-suite bedrooms, including three family suites, as well as a residents' lounge, secret garden and conservatory – and let's not forget the historic pub, The Mitre, downstairs. The rooms offer a world of little extras, including free WiFi, so you'll find everything you need whether indulging in a short break, unwinding after business or simply treating yourself to a special dinner and stopover.