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The Ailsa Tavern is a traditional community pub set in the beautiful suburb of St Margarets.
Situated perfectly near Marble Hill House, Twickenham and Ham House, at Alba we serve beautiful Italian food complemented by fine wine, carefully crafted cocktails and a well selected keg and cask offering. Families enjoy our relaxed atmosphere, grown-ups come for the live music and keg and cask beers, ales and lagers, while the terrace is for everyone to enjoy when the sun shines.
Also available for private bookings and functions.
Formerly The Aleksander, The Marble Hill Pub and before that, The Rising Hill Pub, recently under new management.
They also have free wifi for customers.
Built in the 1730s. the Crown Bar and Kitchen is a friendly and inviting family pub offering great food. It is situated next to Marble Hill Park and a short walk from the river Thames and Twickenham stadium.
reopened May 2013
A friendly ambience and warm welcome in this 17th century inn. A dazzling array of real ales and filling home cooked food. Pretty sun trap garden, car park at rear.
Located right in the centre of St Margarets beating heart, The St Margarets pub has been around for over 150 years. The pub has an extensive menu and is both child and dog friendly. The St Margarets has regular pub quizzes and other entertainment throughout the week.
A local landmark, the Turks Head has been a part of St Margarets since Edwardian times.
Today we've Fuller's ales, food both lunchtime and evening, big screen sports coverage and a large sunny garden with children's play area.
Also incorporates the Winchester Hall, home to the Bearcat Comedy Club.
Built in the 17th century the interior remains relatively untouched with lots of wood and open fires. Directly outside the pub there's a small veranda, while directly opposite there is a larger beer garden right on the water with spectacular views of the river and Eel Pie Island. Venture here in the summer months and combine your trip with a walk along the river or a visit to nearby Marble Hill House. Winter months will find you cosied up by the fire inside the small L-shaped bar.