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Welcome to The Alfred Tennyson

A premium gastropub in the heart of the Knightsbridge community. Positioned at the end of the cobbled Motcomb Street and just around the corner from Belgravia’s Embassies, The Alfred Tennyson is set over four beautiful floors which each maintain their own intimate and cosy ambience. The pub is steeped in British history, named and inspired by the famous poet laureate himself who was ‘always roaming with a hungry heart’.  

CUBITT HOUSE AT HOME

Times have changed (for a little while anyway) and we have been busy brainstorming ways in which we can still provide what we do best to you at home. As a small, local business we pride ourselves on being at the heart of our local communities and are committed to finding new ways to help in whatever ways we can using the support of our local suppliers to bring it to life. As we hunker down at home we are giving you the opportunity to order the same products and local produce we use across our Cubitt House pubs, available for local delivery or collection from The Orange, Belgravia. We are also now delivering to selected areas in Marylebone.

GIFT CARDS

Give the gift of good times! Treat your loved ones to the ultimate pub dining experience in some of the most unique gastropubs in London. Buy one of our brand new e-gift cards now and use it when you want in any of our beautiful Cubitt House pubs. The perfect gift for any occasion.

ONE BEAUTIFUL BUILDING, SO MANY REASONS TO VISIT

Discover the spirit of The Alfred Tennyson across each floor. Catch up with friends over breakfast, lunch or dinner in our relaxed and buzzy ground floor pub, treat your family and dine in our more formal, grand and airy Dining Room. Celebrate your special occasion with an intimate private dinner in The Boardroom or jig the night away to live music upstairs in The Ruby Rogue. Whatever the occasion, explore our unique spaces for private hire hidden around the building.

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