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About Sherlock Holmes


Iconic Victorian-style pub with beer garden in St James’s, both named after and themed around Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s world-famous detective. Serving cask ales and classic British comfort food in a family-friendly and dog-friendly environment. A long-standing Northumberland Street landmark, The Sherlock Holmes pub is a must-see for fans of the classic fictional character. Its interior is loaded with references to the many books and films he has featured in, and upstairs you will find a detailed recreation of Holmes’ famous Baker Street flat, including rare memorabilia. In its previous life as a small hotel, the pub made an appearance in at least one Sherlock Holmes tale, the 1892 story ‘The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor’. Situated between Embankment and Charing Cross tube stations and close to numerous London landmarks, patrons are within easy reach of Trafalgar Square, The Palace of Westminster and the London Eye, making The Sherlock Holmes the perfect place to enjoy a leisurely lunch or a relaxing dinner after a busy day in the capital.

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