The Colton Arms, The Racquet Room
187 Greyhound Road, London, W14 9SD -
£500 min spend
A pint-sized pub in Barons Court, which has just undergone a major refurbishment. There is a private room with seating for up to 20 guests and a lovely beer garden, which is also available for private hire. The spaces are both very flexible with seating easily removable if necessary.
Area suitable for private dining/party with private access to our garden. Suitable for sit down meals or furniture can be easily removed for a standing party.
Capacity & layout
up to 50
Catering & drinks
100% refundable 5 days before the event
Great local pub next to the Queen's Club Tennis ground, 10mins from Barons Court tube and Charing Cross Hospital. Great food, and with an outdoor courtyard.
Hidden Gem 💎: This place isn’t on the main drag, and that’s its magic. You get a nice mix of locals and regulars, without random chaos from passerby. The Vibe’s Just Right 🎵: Sure, the front bar is narrow and seating might make you cosy up faster than planned. But whether it’s a sunny day or a winter’s evening, it feels just like where you’re supposed to be. It’s About More Than Food 🍽: Don’t get me wrong, the food’s brilliant. But add in that smell of a coal fire, and suddenly you’re not just eating; you’re having an experience. Flexible Space 🔄: Past the bar, there’s a dining area that’s big yet feels intimate. It’s as good for lovey-dovey date nights as it is for work chats. Energetic Garden 🌱: The garden at the back has a bit too much pep for my liking, but hey, it’s there if you want a change of scene. Not Just a Pub, It’s a Lifeline 🚀: This place has seen me scribble down thoughts and talk life’s highs and lows with my now-wife. It’s my comfort zone, my thinking space, and sometimes, my therapy couch. This pub’s been my local for five years, and it feels like an old friend. Whether you’re going in for a quiet pint or a night to remember, you’re in for a good time. I’m proper lucky to have this place in my life.
Highly recommend The Colton Arms. Enjoyed a brilliant night at this iconic old pub. Peter the manager went above and beyond to fit us in for dinner on a very busy, fun filled Trivia night. The fish and chips was simply the best I had during my London stay and the drinks flowed freely!!This old establishment has a cosy atmosphere lots of character, in a great location and I can’t thank Peter and his staff enough for their warmth and friendly approach. ♥️
We went there to try the Sunday roast, as it is known to be very good. The beef roast was better than the pork one. I was expecting the YP to be softer than it was, but my son has just loved it the way it was.
I had roast beef for Sunday lunch. The beef was tough probably because it too well done. Very disappointing. On plus side service was welcoming.