The Lord Napier is a great local pub with a secluded garden, and has been one of London’s best known jazz venues since the late 1960s. It stands in Beulah Road, so called after Beulah Spa which was founded in 1831 over a natural spring famous for its magnesia impregnated water. The Lord Napier was built after the pump room of the spa collapsed in 1868 and became a Young’s pub in 1884. The pub itself is named after the first Baron Napier who is associated with the Siege of Lucknow.
The Lord Napier now is a lovely cosy pub with huge fireplaces for the winter evenings, and a garden for the summer…
Thursday nights and Sunday afternoons are famous for jazz, plus coming soon our open mike nights
Mon to Sun – 12:00 ’til 24:00
Closest Train Station(s):
Function/Private Dining capacity: 200
Meeting/Private Hire: 200