The Story Of The Devonshire Arms

Built in 1851, The Devonshire Arms is a cornerstone of local history and one of the most established watering holes in the area.  Dog-friendly and enduring popular with local residents, workers and visitors alike, the pub is both classic and elegant, reflecting the vibe of its Kensington neighbourhood.    

A hidden gem, tucked away down Kensington’s leafy back streets, The Devonshire Arms is bright and airy, combining traditional wood-panelling, exposed brick and statement chandeliers. The pub also boasts an inviting front beer garden – perfect for al-fresco dining or a glass of something special whilst watching the world go by.

Within easy reach of Earls Court, Brompton and Hammersmith, the location offers an ideal spot for relaxation and refreshment after a day out at one of the area’s prestigious museums, an event at Kensington Olympia, or a walk around one of its many green spaces.    

Well-connected to the rest of the capital via multiple tube and bus routes, The Devonshire Arms attracts a diverse clientele and expertly mixes a traditional local feel with a touch of urban refinement.