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The Royal Standard
The Royal Standard is a first-rate pub only a short walk from the Blackheath Royal Standard Public Transport Station. The Royal Standard offers not only a hip but wholesome and vibrant atmosphere. One of not only Blackheath but London’s favourite and family and dog-friendly pubs, it offers “hospitality with individuality, charm, and quirky character. Whether you pop in for a quick drink or want to say a bit longer and have a delicious meal outside on a warm summer evening in the rear beer garden.
Hare & Billet
The Hare and Billet is a hearty and warm typical British pub that serves top-quality food and drink. Rated to be one of Blackheath favourite pubs, The Hare and Billet focuses not only on the alcohol and food but also on the people and atmosphere. Welcoming friends, families, and even canine companions, there is a place for everyone in The Hare and Billet. Winning the Time Out Love London Award in 2016, no wonder this pub comes which such high reviews and recommendations. Leaving the Hare & Billet pub at 1a Hare and Billet Rd, Blackheath, London SE3 0QJ Head east on Hare and Billet Rd towards Grote’s Place. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Tranquil Vale. Turn left onto Royal Parade/B212, go through one small roundabout, across the A2, along Stratheden road and The Royal Standard pub is on the left.
The Hare & Billet is a well-known traditional and rustic English pub located right in the heart of Blackheath, on the very edge of the heath. The Blackheath Tea Hut is only a short minute up the road. In the opposite direction, you find the Le Bar a Vin – Greenwich Wine Bar and The Crown – a “smart update of a 16th century inn”.
Zerodegrees – Bar, Restaurant & Microbrewery
The Zerodegrees Microbrewery is a small, yet contemporary bar and restaurant located in Blackheath. Surrounded by Buenos Aires Café, which overlooks the heath, and O’Neill’s Blackheath. Just a five-minute walk down the road and you come to GAIL’s Bakery Blackheath and BIANCO 43 BLACKHEATH, which is a Pizza Specialist Italian Restaurant.
Zerodegrees invites everyone to come and taste their home-brewed fresh, tasty beer. You can watch a very clever and well-designed animation on their website on how they make their famous beer using hoppers and filters, mash tuns and lauter tuns. Brew kettles, whirlpools, heat exchangers, fermentation tanks, maturation and serving tanks and then finally out of the brewery pipes that connect to the bar and into your glass!
Their main ingredients, malt, yeast, and hops, and their top-of-the-range brewing equipment’s and techniques create the perfect blend and flavour of beer. Zero Degrees Microbrewery is based at 29-31 Montpelier Vale, Blackheath, London SE3 0TJ, leaving to go to the Hare and Billet Pub head south-east on Montpelier Vale towards Montpelier Row then turn right onto Tranquil Vale/B212 and continue along the B212, then take a slight left onto Tranquil Vale. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Hare and Billet Rd The Hare & Billet 1a Hare and Billet Rd, Blackheath, London SE3 0QJ is on the left.
Blackheath Train Station
Blackheath Railway Station, located in the south centre of Blackheath, near BMI Blackheath Hospital Outpatients Centre, The Conservatoire, Blackheath Halls, Zerodegrees Microbrewery and The Clarendon Hotel, so there is plenty to do and see around Blackheath Railway Station.
Being a Grade II-Listed building, the Blackheath Railway Station holds much history. Although many use this station and rails as commuting transport, it is a good time to site-see and experience the natural and historic beauty of Blackheath Village.
Blackheath Railway Station dates all the way back to 1849, and the ticket office, which is still there to this day, was built 30 years after, in 1879. Built using all original London bricks and designed by the same man who designed and built Greenwich Station, George Smith. Blackheath train station is based at Lee Road Kidbrooke, London SE3 9LE. Exiting the station and Head north on Blackheath Village/B212 towards Blackheath Grove, the take a slight right onto Royal Parade/B212, turn right onto Montpelier Vale and Zerodegrees Microbrewery is on the right.
As gardeners in Blackheath and tree surgeons w carry out some fairly heavy work, and guess what? we get thirsty so its kind of nice to be spoil for choice as there are some really nice pubs in and around Blackheath and Greenwich, so a quick half in the Hare and Billet or the Royal Standard is very nice. And back to work often just around the corner.
BMI The Blackheath Hospital is located on 40 – 42 Lee Terrace in Blackheath London SE3. Opened as a hospital by a Sir Reginald Murley in 1984, the BMI Blackheath Hospital was converted to an independent hospital in response to local and further-a-field needs in central London.
The actual building of Blackheath Hospital is Victorian, served as a building for both the community and homes for those who could afford the private residency. Back in the 1830s, the Victorian structure which is now home to the BMI Blackheath hospital was used as The Blackheath New Proprietary School and boarding homes for resident pupils. The hospital still maintains its classic style and atmosphere even though undergoing multiple renovations.
The school closed down in 1867 and the Victorian building was greatly revamped and used as a private home called Belmont. In later years the soon to be hospital was used as a private school for boys, a fire station during WWII and then an old people’s home after the war had finished. Now it has been converted into the BMI Blackheath Private Hospital we all know and love today. BMI Blackheath Hospital is based at 40-42 Lee Terrace, Blackheath, London SE3 9UD. As you exit the hospital Walk east on Lee Terrace/B220 towards Hatcliffe Cl, At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Lee Rd/B212 Continue until you see Blackheath train station on the left.
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