The Masons Arms, Teddington

CAMRA Richmond & Hounslow Pub of the Year

2015/16, 2016/17, 2018/19 & 2019/20

London Pub of the Year, runner-up 2017/18

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I’ve been doing some serious thinking
a thought has just come into my head
if you dont have a drink when you’re living
you’ll have a hell of a job when you’re dead

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Find us

By foot (the best way)

The Masons Arms is set back just off Broad Street, a short walk (about 60 yards) from the junction with Stanley Road. There is a path down the side of The Fabric House leading directly to us - route marked in blue on the map.

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By bus

Broad Street in Teddington is well served by the 281, R68, 285 and 33 bus routes.

Transport for London - buses

By train

We are a short seven minute (0.4 mile) walk from Teddington station on the Waterloo loop line.

South West Trains

By bike

We recommend you use any of the routes above for walking or by car. If using the path from Broad Street to The Masons, please dismount for this short stretch.

By car

From the Teddington Memorial Hospital junction, take the first right off Stanley Road down Sutherland Grove. After about 100 yards turn right at the T-junction to stay on Sutherland Grove. Keep going for about 200 yards until reaching the cross-road with Walpole Road. Turn right here and then The Masons Arms is about 70 yards on your left - route marked in red on the map.

From The Broad Street junction with Church Road/The Causeway travel North along Church Road for about 200 yards before turning left onto Walpole Road. The Masons Arms is then about 170 yards on your left - route marked in green on the map.

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The Masons Arms

Proprietor: Rae Williams

41 Walpole Road
TW11 8PJ

Telephone: 020 8977 6521



A liquid measure of one fifth of a pint. It originated during the 19th century when landlords served saloon bar customers with five measures to the pint, and four measures to public bar customers, charging each the same price.

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