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The Prince of Wales is a traditional English pub and one of the oldest in Wimbledon. Standing majestically across the road from Wimbledon train and tube station, we have a rich history, once providing refuge for the infamous highway man Dick Turpin.

The Prince of Wales was formerly a 17th century coaching inn, frequently visited by Dick Turpin during his highway man years. The old cellar in the pub, now known as Bertie’s Bar, Kitchen and Courtyard was previously built to shelter travellers’ horses. Opening Berties in 1971 involved demolishing much of the original stonework and now only the cobbles beneath the flagstones remain as a reminder of the past. Built in 1870, the house only became known as the Prince of Wales after 1891 when 20,000 British soldiers were paraded before the Kaiser on Wimbledon Common

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We are happy to offer function facilities at The Prince of Wales and can cater for parties as we as having a first floor completely dedicated to training and business meetings.

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Prince Of Wales

2 Hartfield Road, London, SW19 3TA

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  • Historic Pub
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  • Offers Functions

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