Public houses, Inns & Hotels

A listing of pubs and eating places in the Staines area giving ratings of the eatary

Anne Boleyn Hotel
29 The Hythe,
Staines, Middlesex,
TW18 3JA,
01784 455930

Originally from the 16th Century, now modernised
The Thames Lodge
Thames Street,
Staines, Middlesex,
TW18 4SJ,
01784 464433

This used to be called the Packhorse.

Taken over by Murcure along with the name change.

Main building is from 1800's

The Swan
The Hythe
Staines, Middlesex,
TW18 3JB
01784 452494

The Bells
124, Church Street

Opposite Saint Mary's Church

Great cuisine

The George
2-8 High St,
Staines, Middlesex
TW18 4EE
01784 462181
The 'George', on the east side of Church Street, ceased to be an inn during the 18th century and was later pulled down
.One of the newer pubs, this pub is situated close to where the original George was located.
The Star
formally the North Star
52 Kingston Rd,
Staines, Middlesex
TW18 4LN
01784 450736

Closest to the train station

Two Rivers Pub
(was the Phoenix)
43 Church St,
Staines, Middlesex
TW18 4EN
01784 452384

Another old pub. This was an Ashton owned premises. Ashton's was the brewery just across the street, located behind the Cock Inn.

The Slug & Lettuce
Units 3–4, Thames Edge, 15–18 Clarence St,
Staines TW18 4SU
A new pub/eatery located by Staines Bridge
The Retreat
formerly Anglers Retreat
Laleham Road

Was the Lucan Arms
on the corner of Worple Rd and Laleham Rd

The Wheatsheaf and Pigeon
Penton Road, Staines on Thames, TW18 2LL


The Robin Hood
142 Thorpe Lea Rd, Egham TW20 8HA

Just over the bridge at Pooley Green

The London Stone
formally The Hob Goblin
(Formerly The Clarence Inn)
4, Church Street
The 'Bush' was referred to in 1601. The 'Bush', at the foot of the old bridge, was also the meeting-place of the justices of the Staines division and other local bodies. It was rebuilt as the 'Clarence' at the same time as the new bridge. The Clarence became the Hob Goblin in 1993

Jolly Butcher
174 Kingston Rd,
Staines, Middlesex
TW18 1PE
01784 453281

Three Tuns
63 London Rd,
Staines, Middlesex
TW18 4BN
01784 453743

Old Red Lion
Leacroft, Staines
TW18 4PB

The Beehive Inn
35 Edgell Rd, Staines TW18 2EP



The Compasses
158 Thorpe Lea Rd, Egham TW20 8HA

At Pooley Green
The Angel Hotel
24 High St,
Staines, Middlesex
TW18 4EE
01784 452509

Was originally called the Angel and Crown, established in 1309

Now also a restaurant,

The Blue Anchor
13-15 High St,
Staines, Middlesex
TW18 4QY
01784 469426
This old pub has some false windows from when windows were taxed, They are still there even though it is no longer a pub. Now a kids playground inside
Cock Inn
46 Church St,
Staines, Middlesex
TW18 4XR

Run a hundred years ago by Mrs Mary Key.

2013 - This is now offices, I am leaving it on here for historic purposes.

High Street
(by the Iron Bridge)

Now an Indian restaurant
The Litten Tree
141-147 High St,
Staines, Middlesex
TW18 4PA
01784 495690

One of the newest pubs in town, frequented by the younger crowd

Now a buffet oriental restaurant
The restaurant is now closed 2018

The Swan Inn
Moor Lane,
Staines, Middlesex
TW19 6EB
01784 465106
This has now closed 2018
The Farmers
The Hythe,
Now closed

Old Public Houses now Demolished - On here for Historic Reasons

White Lion
High St

This pub once stood where the one way system goes into South Street, was demolished in 1956, to make way for the road. It had been used as a court house and has a couple of cells in it. It was a very attractive pub and I believe most Staines natives were very upset to see it go.

London Road

Closed and pulled down in the 1980's
Crooked Billet
163 London Road
Dates back to the 1880's
Closed and pulled down in the early 2000's


Guest Houses

Albany House
2 Glebe Rd,
Staines, Middlesex
TW18 1BX
01784 441223

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Copyright Gloria Hazell-Derby

All information on this site was researched using the following sources:
Borough of Spelthorne Council, Spelthorne Museum, 'Up Pontes' by Christine Lake, 'Staines an Illustrated Record' by M.M. Smithers, 'Snapshots of Staines' by J.L. & D.M. Barker, 'Middlesex within Living Memory' by the Middlesex Federation of Women's Institutes, 'The Commons of Staines, The Facts' by the Assn for the Preservation of Staines Moor, 'Staines in Old Picture Postcards' by Barry Dix, 'Doomsday Book - (Midelsexe) Middlesex' translated by John Morris and Sara Wood. Memories and experiences of Gloria Hazell.