Established in 1868.
Josephine and Peter McFarlane bought The Park Tavern from Bass Charrington thirty year ago, and it remains a family-run pub to this day.
It was first licensed in March 1868, whilst Queen Victoria and Benjamin Disraeli were having tea.
The President of the USA was being impeached.
When circumstances allow, we will be having a small celebration to mark the occasion.
Plus ça change . . .
Come for the beer.
. . . plus c'est la même.
We have 6 ales on the bar. Young's ordinary and Fuller's London Pride are residents.
There are a few regular visitors, and many surprises. Our beautiful little cellar (and very experienced staff) keep them all in prime condition.
Guinness, lager, cider - well, naturally.
Our wines and spirits might well surprise you in their quality and variety, if you are easily surprised of course.
Come for the sport.
Just for now we are not showing every game, as we need to keep activity in the bar to a minimum.
When things normalise a bit, we love a game. Rugby - fab. Soccer, D'oh! Cricket - batty. Gee-gees - giddy up!
We subscribe to Sky and BT Sports. We can show two games at once on the big screens, and smaller ones around the bar.
We are not a big pub, so the bigger the event, the earlier you should get a wiggle on
Did we mention rugby?
Come for a chat.
As a family owned and run pub, we have family values - don't come for a drink, have a drink while you're here.
Dr. Samuel Johnson said;
"There is nothing which has yet been contrived by man, by which so much happiness is produced as by a good tavern or inn." Clever chap.
He would have moaned about the face covering rule of course, but it wouldn't get him anywhere
Well-behaved children, with their well-behaved grownups are welcome until 6.00pm.
Good dogs, on a lead of course, get a pat and a biscuit.