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Courtfield Pub in Earls Court London


187 Earls Court Road, Earls Court, SW5 9AN
Call: 02073 702626


The Courtfield pub is a traditional British London pub in Earls Court. Old Brompton road in which the beautiful Courtfield resides was the former residence of Princess Diana before her engagement to Prince Charles. Built in 1876, around the same time as Earls Court station, the Courtfield has recently been sympathetically restored to reflect its magnificent Victorian roots.

The pub boasts a simply beautiful interior, designed to please any discerning London pub lovers taste palate. Built in 1876 around the same time as Earls Court station, the Courtfield has recently been restored to reflect its Victorian roots. Very much a traditional English pub on the ground floor, we also have a Victorian dining room on the first floor. In addition to being open for diners every day of the week, this is an ideal location for special occasions and business or conference meetings. The abundance of local hotels and easy public transport access makes Earls Court an ideal location for tourist and business guests alike. Many of our guests take breakfast with us in the mornings and are back for dinner or bar snacks and drinks in the evening.

The Courtfield has an attractive Victorian function room which can be booked for all kinds of celebrations and events. We pride ourselves on excellent service and warm hospitality and offer a menu of delicious food and drinks that can be adapted to perfectly suit the need of your guests. Your celebration will be in good hands, with our friendly & experienced team here to ensure every aspect of your function goes smoothly.



Courtfield Pub Function Room