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Rule Brittania in The Dove



Rule Brittania in The Dove

Boasts a record-breaking bar - the smallest - at 4 feet by 7.

Location: 19 Upper Mall, W6, London, W6 9TA

Description: This 400-year old pub has a great reputation as being a splendid watering hole. Dangerously low-beamed inside, dark panelled walls, rickety funiture, and overlooking to the Thames...it even boasts a record-breaking bar - the smallest - at four feet by seven!

Former regulars include the poet James Thomson who lived upstairs and wrote 'Rule, Brittania!' in the bar.


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Rule Brittania in The Dove

Boasts a record-breaking bar - the smallest - at 4 feet by 7.


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