Entertainment in Pinner
The Oddfellows Arms
The Oddfellows Arms is a truly traditional English pub with a contemporary twist. The Pub is located in the heart of Pinner and lays claims to be a firm favourite for the town’s locals and visitors alike.
The Oddfellows frequently hosts live music and quiz nights; there is always a welcoming atmosphere with friendly and attentive staff.
The Oddfellows best kept secret is the large, spacious and beautifully kept secure garden and patio area at the rear of the establishment. In the summer months the entire garden comes to life with locals and visitors alike. If perchance during one of the infamous English summers, it gets chilly or wet, you can always enjoy the covered area with its cosy patio heating system.
The Case Is Altered
The Case is Altered is located in an idyllic setting, just a mere stone's throw from the ever popular Eastcote cricket pitch, The public house is situated at the heart of the community and bestows the perfect locality for meeting family, friends or indeed colleagues. This delightfully restored 17th Century pub and its adjoining barn feature a compassionate refurbishment complemented with a charismatic garden that proves the ideal setting to relax, unwind and partake in a lazy English summer's evening.
The Case is Altered purveys an extensive range of real ales, Continental lagers and a brilliant selection of excellent wines which are the perfect accompaniment to the delicious culinary offerings. All of this combined with the relaxed and friendly atmosphere is sure to encourage the guests to return time and time again.
This beautifully restored pub is a genuine rarity. The Case is Altered has firmly set the standards for the traditional English pub. Offering real ales and hearty food, is certain to encourage customers old and new to visit this magnificent 17th Century pub.
The Olde Northwood
This establishment is a good old fashioned English Pub, serving fine ales and lagers.
The pub itself comprises of two main bars, one is a general bar serving the usual deliverable from a local’s public house. The twist is in the second bar. The guests are greeted by Exotic dancers who are more than happy to perform for the guests on a paying basis. The dancers perform here on a daily basis between 2 and 10 pm making the bar a popular venue for locals and visitors alike.
A fun pub with a very wicked twist, but most enjoyable and interesting, well worth a visit, relax enjoy and have fun.
The RE Bar / Restaurant
The RE bar finally opened its doors on 2nd August 2002. Far-reaching works were carried out to renovate the previously dilapidated building into what is now the beautifully appointed RE bar.
The owners have continued to implement major changes keep enhance and maintain the ambiance and atmosphere of this popular Bar Restaurant. The original concept for the bar did not consider a catering element and requirement demand in the local catchment area for quality dining at reasonable prices was immense.
Further re-development was carried out to enable a catering function, the rest is history. Many of the original dishes have been reinvented over the years, and include Re Bar’s authentic Tapas menu, which has continued to be a huge success.
A garden area was introduced which proved very popular with al fresco diners in the summer months. The garden is also used to produce the Bar’s own vegetables and herbs which are used in the kitchen.
Further refurbishment took place in September 2008 when a D.J. booth was added to provide music which is now used every Friday and Saturday.
Queen's Head Public House
During the 16 and 17th Centuries the original site of the Queens head was recorded as a Tavern and went by the name of The Crown. It was during the 17th Century the Public House was renamed the Queens Head.
Records show that the current Queens Head is most likely to be the oldest Inn, Tavern or Public House in Pinner. It is presumed that in one form or another there has been an Ale House, Inn or Public house on the current site of the Queens Head from around 1540. Although there is a theory that there was a Ale House on the original site as far back as the signing of the Royal Charter, granting Pinner the right to hold an Annual Fair in 1336.
Today, the Queens Head is one of the most popular Public Houses in Pinner. Offering a great selection of good home cooked food and a very good selection of Ales, there are always at least 4 hand pulled ales on offer each week, Lagers and Wine.
A comfortable and welcoming hostelry, complete with its own car park, and small beer garden, all supported by a friendly management team and staff.
Where to Stay in Pinner
Frithwood Guest House
Frithwood House is located in Northwood and set in a former Edwardian property. The guest House is located in peaceful residential surroundings. The panache and atmosphere is very relaxed and extremely informal, with all rooms being very well equipped and most importantly comfortable.
Frithwood House is within walking distance of HMS Warrior on the outskirts of Northwood. The local Underground station Northwood is within easy walking distance offering easy access to Centre of London and its many attractions.
The management and staff are more than happy to pass on there knowledge of London and the surrounding area so the guests can get the most of their stay at this brilliantly appointed Guest House.
Heathrow Airport is within 20 minutes by car, and access to the major road network, M25, M1 and A1 could not be easier. This is the ideal location to plan a visit to Central London or explore the magnificent surrounding countryside with its many attractions and peaceful walks.
A full English breakfast is served every morning and there are tea, coffee and snack facilities available.
Grange Guest House
Situated mid-way between Heathrow and Central London, Grange Guest House is a friendly, small family run concern, located in a 16th century grade II listed farmhouse with a private car park. The guest House has the added benefit of being set in a secluded setting, sited in a conservation area close to Pinner, North West London.
On arriving, the management and staff will welcome you with refreshments and ensure you relax and settle in to the peaceful atmosphere after a long day of driving or site seeing. Prior to pre-arrangement, a freshly prepared and home cooked evening meal is offered and includes a complimentary drink. All of the meals are prepared to meet your dietary requirements.
The Guest house, which appeared in the Ideal Home magazine 1925, is bustling with original features and old world charm, which includes oak panelled walls, oak beams, large inglenook fireplaces, a 17th century four-poster bed and many other original architectural remnants.
After a busy day guests can partake of afternoon tea in the beautifully manicured and secluded garden during those heady summer days, during the colder months by a cosy warm log fire.
The Grange is conveniently located for central London and other parts of the country with easy access to the motorways: M1, M25 and M40.
Debden Guest House
Debden Guest House is a family business which extends a warm and friendly welcome. The guest House provides a friendly and relaxing atmosphere, whilst imparting excellent value for money, superb facilities and a very central location, in a quite and secluded location.
Being conveniently situated and close to Uxbridge, Pinner, Stockley Park, Brunel University and of course Central London the benefits are obvious, shopping, eating out or site seeing are a breeze. Situated within close proximity to all local public transport facilities, including Heathrow Airport, Uxbridge, Pinner and Hillingdon stations and the local bus routes, travel could not be any easier.
Whether you are looking for a short break, looking for overnight accommodation prior to a flight or in the area on business the Debden will endeavour to make your stay as pleasurable, relaxed and comfortable as possible.
West London Bed and Breakfast
If you are looking for a pleasant and comfortable place to stay whilst in the London area, whether its for a business trip or pleasure, why not consider the comfort of the West London Bed and Breakfast, where the proprietors strive to provide peace and tranquillity to all visitors.
A warm and friendly welcome awaits all Guests at the West London Bed and Breakfast, located in a pleasant and quiet residential part of Harrow, a suburb of North West London.
The proprietors strive to achieve a friendly and informal atmosphere and very much enjoy meeting and greeting the guests. all are welcome where the staff aim to provide a real home-from-home experience, somewhere to rest after a hard day's sightseeing or business.
If you are travelling by car, there is some off-street parking available on the driveway as well as free unrestricted street parking. Access to the centre of London could not be any easier, using the London Underground Metropolitan Line. West Harrow underground Station is 4 minutes walk away and North Harrow Station is 8 minutes, both are on the Metropolitan Line, which will convey you directly into the centre of the Capital.
There are several eateries in the area including a very good fish and chip shop and restaurants offering a variety of cuisines including Cypriot, Indian, Chinese, Malaysian, Sri Lankan & Nepalese.
Brunel Lodge Guest House
Brunel Lodge Guest House offers exceptional value and marvellous comfortable accommodation in the town centre of Uxbridge, close to Pinner. The guest house is not far from the busy and famous shopping centres, numerous good restaurants, theatres and places of entertainment, and of course the city of London with its bright light and lively entertainment venues.
Brunel Lodge offers all the amenities you would expect of a basic lodge. With Breakfast included in the price, the Brunel Lodge offers a wide selection of delectable dishes from the breakfast menu. The team are sure you will enjoy everything they have to offer you here at the Brunel Lodge.
The Lodge has a total of 14 rooms, 8 of which are en-suite. All rooms are located on the ground and first floors. All of the rooms are decorated and finished off with high class furnishings, to an exceptional standard, and the rooms are all centrally heated.