Timber beams and Tudor fireplaces meet every modern convenience imaginable, in a charming Uxbridge pub that brings past and present together seamlessly.
Dating back to the 16th Century, The Red Lion is steeped in history and once played host to a most royal guest. In 1646, King Charles I - his hair cut short and disguised as a servant - fled from Oxford to join the Scot's at Southwell.
The bright, air-conditioned restaurant is renowned as one of the best places to eat in Uxbridge and beyond. Whether it's light lunch or a hearty supper, you're guaranteed outstanding, fresh produce and service that's second to none. For guests of the hotel, breakfast brings a selection of fresh fruits, cereals, cold meats & cheeses as well at the traditional English breakfast with eggs served fried, poached or scrambled.
Fuller’s pubs are renowned for outstanding cask conditioned ale, but the drinks range extends far beyond beer. With a constantly changing range, you’ll always be able to sample something new and interesting whether it’s a craft lager, seasonal ale, cider, spirit, artisan soft drink, or one of their exclusive wines.
Accommodation in Uxbridge does not get any better than this. Set against a backdrop of history and tradition, the stunning rooms feature modern comforts like sumptuous duvets, feather pillows, tea & coffee trays with fresh milk and complimentary Cole & Lewis of London toiletries. They have stunning four poster bedrooms and family rooms as well as beautifully presented double & twin bedded rooms.
While the bar and restaurant is perfect for getting together with friends and family, sometimes it's nice to have a little extra privacy. Book out the Oak Room, one of the most intimate and stylish function rooms in Uxbridge.