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About Us

Almost 200 years old and founded by the son of an East End barrow boy, the Hand & Flower is a stunning, traditional London pub. We benefit from being nestled in the hustle and bustle of Hammersmith, west London, while still maintaining our Victorian heart and charm.

Located close to the Olympia London exhibition venue, with excellent transport links by bus, railway and London Underground to the rest of the capital, our eight fabulous guest rooms make the Hand & Flower a superb spot to stay and play. And whether you’re popping in or staying the night, our delicious food menu and real ale will top off your visit a treat.

Eating and drinking

With an ever-evolving menu, The Hand & Flower delivers delicious, traditional pub food in comfy surroundings. Whether you’re looking to fill up on bar snacks, enjoy our great-value three-course set menu, or tuck into a bountiful Sunday roast, we have dishes for everyone. Plus our freshly made specials ensure there’s always something new to try when you visit.

Of course, we’ve also got a wide range of drinks at the bar, which are sure to tantalise your tastebuds. Fuller’s is well known for its award-winning cask-conditioned ales and beers, but has so much more to offer. We also stock ciders, spirits and artisan soft drinks, plus sippable wines and sparkling treats for special occasions.

Stay at The Hand & Flower

Looking for a boutique hotel in Hammersmith? Then book your stay in one of our eight Beautiful Bedrooms by Fuller’s. Whether you’re enjoying a mini break, hitting an exhibition at Olympia London, or catching a show at the Hammersmith Apollo, The Hand & Flower is the ideal place to lodge.

All our rooms offer little luxuries for you to enjoy – elegant Egyptian cotton sheets on our luxurious 1600 spring mattresses, bathtubs, soft fluffy towels and Cole and Lewis toiletries are all at your disposal. From our Luxury Double Suite to our Luxury Twin Rooms, accommodation in Hammersmith doesn’t get much better than this.

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