Young’s pubs and hotels are at the heart of our local communities in London and the South of England. With more than 200 establishments, our award-winning design approach means excellence in ambience as well as service and location. From poetic pubs steeped in history to secret underground cocktail bars, the character and individuality of each of our premises give them a unique feel. Our pubs have style and soul, and the people who work with us have pride in our culture and passion for the work they do.
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Alban’s Well, St.Albans
Nestled in the heart of St Albans, you can find the pub a short 10 minute walk from The Cathedral & Abbey of Saint Albans and a 5 minute walk from the St. Albans Clock Tower. The pub boasts an open kitchen, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner 7 days a week and succulent roasts on Sundays. The ultimate destination for all your drinking and dining needs. The team are delighted to join the community and look forward to welcoming you.
The Duke of Wellington consists of a beautiful lounge filled with cosy seating and a stunning Dining room on the first floor. Situated just a short walk from both Notting Hill Gate and Ladbroke Grove stations, with easy connections to various parts of London. Serving freshly made British classics everyday, using the very best ingredients sourced from local and sustainable suppliers. They are a colourful home to great antique dealers, musicians and artists alike. Their legacy boasts a cameo in the film Notting Hill and where songstress Adele signed her first recording contract.
Nestled in Enderby’s Wharf, Greenwich Peninsula. In the historic building of Enderby House, home of Samuel Enderby. Moments away from The O2 London and an 8 minute walk from the infamous Cutty Sark. Boasting an array of floors and feature rooms. Open from breakfast through to dinner and serving your favourite pub classics with contemporary twists. Let’s not forget to mention the stunning terrace where you can pop open a bottle of bubbles alongside our delectable dining menu.
The Duke of Cambridge re-opened its doors on following an extensive refurbishment. This neighbourhood gem, a stone’s throw from Battersea Park, has had its dining space, bar and private dining room transformed. Add to this a whole host of new menus from Head Chef Lorenzo including brunch and a Sunday roast for your pooch and it’s the perfect pub for locals, dog-owners and foodies alike. Providing the perfect community hub, the light and spacious pub has kept its original features such as its striking Victorian bar, while adding in plush furnishings, tub chairs around the open fireplace and cosy corners, ideal for the winter months. The outdoor terrace has also been completely refreshed, with new plants and greenery, as well as an expanded seating area.