“Built on the site of the Old George Inn in the year of Victoria’s ascension, 1837, this stunning late Regency building boasts splendid bay windows with elegant balconies and columns. Stepping inside you step back in time, such is the attention to detail shown in the building’s restoration.
The Trafalgar Tavern is quite simply a tribute to Old London, a place were the past can live on in the present. The specially commissioned statue of Lord Nelson outside is testament to this, denoting the respect the owners have for the pub’s unique history while offering the luxury of modern events and dining.
This inspiring venue provides the ideal surroundings for a casual drink, delectable dinner or an unforgettable event.”
“In Victorian London there was one pub that represented the best of Britain’s naval might and cultural standing. A place where William Gladstone and Charles Dickens could be seen dining side-by-side. An oasis away from the industrial sprawls, but yet at the center of an Empire. Exactly 175 years later the Trafalgar Tavern still stands in the Greenwich Maritime World Heritage Site, and it remains one of London’s most essential public houses.
Downstairs, the Collingwood Restaurant and Duncan Bar are open to all, in the most democratic style, for drinks, lunches and dinners. While upstairs, the Nelson Banqueting Rooms provide a fitting home for The Saints and Sinners, an archetypal gentlemen’s dining club who meet each autumn for a sumptuous meal. The first floor can also be hired for a variety of private functions. On the ground floor can also be found the Trafalgar Club, perfect for private parties and dinner."