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Welcome to the Ashburnham Arms

A great Greenwich local, serving up homely hospitality

Nestled in a quiet residential street away from Greenwich's tourist centre, the Ashburnham Arms provides a comfy, cosy retreat from the crowds. 

Found in the famous Ashburnham triangle, off Greenwich High Road, it’s been serving the local community since 1850 - warmly welcoming visitors who seek a proper pub experience off the beaten track.

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Traditional local

Guests here are greeted with a traditional pub, serving hearty home-cooked food, wines and award-winning real ales from Britain’s oldest brewery. 

The perfect place for a memorable meal or a refreshing drink with friends in summer, there’s a lovely patio to the front and a large garden to the back - while a charming conservatory area floods the pub with light all year round.

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Birthplace of Edgar Wallace

This area of Greenwich has long been known as the birthplace of famous English journalist and novelist Edgar Wallace, famed as the creator of King Kong. As one of the best local pubs in Greenwich, the Ashburnham Arms is a place worth writing home about.