Real Ale Pubs With Accomodations in London

I am planning my annual trip to the UK this fall and was wondering if there were any decent real ale pubs with b&b in London? The closest I found in the 2003 GBG was a Youngs pub in Hammersmith. I was hoping to find something closer to Central London.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Cheers, Bruce CAMRA member from New Jersey
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In article , Bruce writes >I am planning my annual trip to the UK this fall and was wondering if >there were any decent real ale pubs with b&b in London? The closest I >found in the 2003 GBG was a Youngs pub in Hammersmith. I was hoping to >find something closer to Central London. > If by this you mean the Brook Green Hotel, I can assure you that the ordinary bitter there recently was quite superb. I believe that Youngs have spent a lot of money refurbishing this place, and Hammersmith is only a few stops on the Underground from the centre. -- Roy Bailey West Berkshire.
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On Thu, 17 Jul 2003 00:07:13 GMT, Bruce 's owl flew in through the window and dropped a message on which was scribed: >I am planning my annual trip to the UK this fall and was wondering if >there were any decent real ale pubs with b&b in London? The closest I >found in the 2003 GBG was a Youngs pub in Hammersmith. I was hoping to >find something closer to Central London.
Hammersmith isn't *that* far away. And there are a few very fine pubs there (the Dove is lovely on a hot summers afternoon). The bus service is good and it's served by (at least) 2 tube lines.
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On Thu, 17 Jul 2003 1:07:13 +0100, Bruce wrote (in message ): > I am planning my annual trip to the UK this fall and was wondering if > there were any decent real ale pubs with b&b in London? The closest I > found in the 2003 GBG was a Youngs pub in Hammersmith. I was hoping to > find something closer to Central London. > > Any help would be greatly appreciated. > > Cheers, > Bruce > CAMRA member from New Jersey
The Windmill on Clapham Common (also Youngs so don't expect top notch beer all the time).
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>The Windmill on Clapham Common (also Youngs so don't expect top notch beer >all the time).
Although things like Waggledance are YUMMY! I love the Windmill. Just my 2d.
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