THE STORY OF The Walmer Castle

Dating back to 1845 and with many of its original features intact, The Walmer Castle is one of Notting Hill’s most established watering holes, enduringly popular with local residents, workers and visitors alike.

Boasting its original tiled frontage and a sense of Georgian grandeur, The Walmer Castle’s interior stylishly blends period features with sumptuous furnishings and contemporary touches. As well as a function room for hire, there’s outdoor seating for those milder days – the perfect spot from which to watch the world go by as you sip a glass of something special.

Classic with a bohemian edge, The Walmer Castle reflects the laid-back vibe of its Notting Hill neighbourhood and holds the authenticity of a true British local close to its heart.

Just a short stroll from the world’s most famous antique market, The Walmer Castle is an ideal spot for relaxation and refreshment after a spot of bargain hunting at Portobello’s stalls, a wander around Notting Hill’s boutique shops or a visit to nearby Hyde Park.

Well-connected to the rest of the capital by bus and tube, The Walmer Castle attracts a diverse clientele and expertly mixes a traditional feel with a touch of urban refinement.