THE STORY OF The Bridge House

Thought to have been named ‘Little Venice’ by the poet, Robert Browning, this charming area forms an oasis of tranquillity in central London, whilst also benefiting from transport links of nearby Paddington station. 

Sharing its location with the Canal Café Theatre, it’s an ideal spot to indulge your thespian side, or to simply relax and unwind in the delightful, flower-clad beer garden - and during those chillier months there’s a roaring open fire to keep you cosy.

The Bridge House reflects the calm, peaceful vibe of the local neighbourhood and holds the authenticity of a true British local at heart.  Dog-friendly, with traditional wood-panelling, period features and sumptuous furnishings, it’s an ideal spot for relaxation and refreshment whilst taking a stroll along London’s waterways or catching a show or comedy act at the upstairs Canal Café Theatre.