Prince William Henry

217 Blackfriars Road, Southwark, London. SE1 8NL
T: 020 7928 2474   E:

The Prince William Henry was originally built before 1830, but the present building was only built in 1974 and opened in 1975.

The pub takes its name from the man who became William IV in 1830, the third son of George III, although he didn't come to the throne until he was 64 when he reigned for only seven years before his death in 1837. It is not known whether or not the original Prince William Henry pub was built before 1830 while William was still a prince.

Today the Prince William Henry is a really popular spot, perfect for a quick pint or a long lazy lunch. Situated opposite Southwark tube station, and right on the route from the tube to the Tate Modern, the pub is popular with locals, business people and tourists alike.

The food is excellent and offers a fantastic range to suit all appetites, from great pub grub such as sausages and pies, up to twelve home made specials which change daily.

On a sunny say, the Prince William Henry is the best place to be with a very large patio area to the front and brand new heated smoking areas coming soon.

We don't have a separate function room but we're always happy to reserve an area for your get togethers and parties. Although we are closed at weekends, we are happy to open if you require a private party.

Opening Times:
Mon to Fri - 11:00 'til 23:00

Food Times:
Mon to Fri - 11:00 'til 20:00