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Public Houses, Inns & Taverns of Belvedere, Kent

A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Belvedere, Kent.

Belvedere or Lessness Heath and Abbey Wood is formed from the parish of Erith in 1861. Erith 1911 pub history census summary

Premises Pic? Text?
Abbey Arms, 31 Wilton Road, Abbey Wood SE2 9RH No Yes
Belvedere Hotel, 2 Picardy Road, Belvedere DA17 5QH No Yes
Belvoir Tavern, 38 Station road, Belvedere DA17 6JJ No Yes
Builders Arms, 27 Victoria street, Belvedere No Yes
Chequers, 51 Picardy Road, Belvedere DA17 5QH No Yes
Crabtree Tavern, Crabtree Manor Way, Belvedere Marshes, Belvedere No Yes
Fox, 79 Nuxley Road, Belvedere, Kent DA17 No Yes
Halfway House, 165 Lower road, Belvedere DA17 6DQ No Yes
Harrow Inn, 500 Abbey road, Abbey Wood SE2 Yes Yes
Leather Bottle, 1 Heron Hill, Belvedere DA17 5HJ No Yes
Lord Eardley Arms, 44 Woolwich Road, Belvedere DA17 5EN Yes Yes
New Marsh Tavern, Belvedere Marshes, Belvedere No Yes
Old Fox, Bexley Road, Belvedere No Yes
Prince Alfred, 40 Upper Abbey road, Belvedere DA17 5AQ No Yes
Prince of Wales, 13A Woolwich Road, Belvedere DA17 5EE Yes Yes
Queen Elizabeth, Lower Road, Belvedere No Yes
Queens Head / Village Inn, 104 Nuxley road, Belvedere DA17 5LD No Yes
Royal Standard, 39 Nuxley Road, Belvedere DA17 5JN No Yes
Victoria Inn, 2 Victoria street, Belvedere DA17 5LN Yes Yes
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