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Top 10 Best Cosy Pubs In London For Cold Wintery Days

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With the London weather turning to it's seasonal damp, dark and cold conditions what better way to spend you day than snuggled up in one of the fantastic cosy pubs and bars that our London town has to offer. Place yourself in close proximity to a traditional open fire, relax and drink yourself into such a stupper you'll forget all about the journey home facing you. Fluid London's top 10 guide to the best cosy pubs in London for Sunday roasts, quiet beer, board games and open fires.

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The Bull's Head
Barnes & Sheen / Bar / Cuisine: Pub

The chaotic beats of old-school jazz waft across the heads packed into the bar at The Bull's Head. In a side room groups cosy up to a fire, a crooner melting from the speakers above. Even in the loos, jazz jostles with the hand dryer's roar. But the jewel is the Jazz Room, which hosts live music every day. For non-enthusiasts it's simply a great boozer with seasonal food. But it's world-renowned for its jazz - even if Barnes Bridge seems incongruously buttoned up. Contact The Bull's Head directly

Queens Head
Hammersmith / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: British

This fanatastic quiet pub is much overlooked, tucked just off the Shepherds Bush road on Brook Green, this is a great place to hide away night or day. Contact Queens Head directly

The Flask
Hampstead / Bar / Cuisine: Pub

Built in 1874 this Victorian ale house carries its authenticity well with its dark wooden floor, roaring fire, wooden velvet upholstered chairs and wooden tables. Contact The Flask directly

Prince Alfred
Notting Hill / Bar /

The downstairs fireplace is probably the only reason not to head upstairs to the sofa bar, arguably, the defining feature of the pub. Contact Prince Alfred directly

The Dove
Hammersmith / Bar / Cuisine: Pub

The Dove is perfect for those winter evenings. Whilst overlooking the Thames you can snuggle up with your pint under the low ceilings in front of the open fire. Contact The Dove directly

Fox & Anchor
Clerkenwell / Bar / Cuisine: Gastro

The Fox & Anchor originates from the late Victorian era and has been serving the traders of Smithfields Market for years. Now lovingly restored with mahogany doors, etched glass and heavy brass, the pub serves great food and a range of real ales. Contact Fox & Anchor directly

The Pear Tree
Hammersmith / Bar / Cuisine: Pub

The Pear Tree isn't going to change to the world or set gastronomic circles alight with excitement. What it is going to do is to make people reconsider their first impressions when they walk past a quaint little boozer they hadn?t noticed before. Next time you are passing by what may seem to be just another pub, I urge you to walk in and sample it's delights - including an open fire! If The Pear Tree is anything to go by, I'd be happy to wager that you'll be pleasantly surprised. Contact The Pear Tree directly

The Lemon Tree
West End / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: Thai

The Lemon Tree beckons you in from the street, the glow from the windows hanging lamps acting like a beacon, guiding you to this pubs cosy warmth. Once inside there is a large selection of beer and wine which you can steadily make your way through while waiting for those winter chills dissipate. Soak up the booze with this pubs great Thai menu. Contact The Lemon Tree directly

The Pride of Spitalfields
Brick Lane / Bar / Cuisine: Eclectic

The Pride of Spitalfields is a traditional boozer - small, friendly and cozy, with good beer and an unpretentious, sound clientel bass. Contact The Pride of Spitalfields directly

Camden Head
Angel & Islington / Bar /

What looks like a simple old man pub, located just off Essex Road and through Camden Passage, has more in store than you'd think, with a cosy fire and a nice varied menu. Contact Camden Head directly

The Abbeville
Clapham / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: British

Contact The Abbeville directly

The Tommyfield
Vauxhall & Oval / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: Gastro

Contact The Tommyfield directly

The Phoenix
Victoria / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: Gastro

Contact The Phoenix directly

The Stonhouse
Clapham / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: Gastro

Contact The Stonhouse directly

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