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The Bridge Inn, Isleworth

The Bridge Inn, Isleworth

The Bridge Inn, 457 London Road, Isleworth, Middlesex TW7 5AA. Telephone: 020 8568 0088. Website: http://www.mclean-inns.com/the-bridge-inn.html
Pig Mark 51. The Bridge Inn was built just before WW1 and features a very well thought of Thai restaurant as well as offering bed & breakfast facilities. There are tables out the front if you want to drink al fresco.

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The Rising Sun, Isleworth

The Rising Sun, Isleworth

The Rising Sun, 407 London Road, Isleworth, Middlesex TW7 5AQ. Telephone: 020 8560 5868. Website: http://www.risingsunisleworth.co.uk/
Pig Mark 56. The Rising Sun was built in the late 1800s then rebuilt in the 1930s. It is a Fuller’s pub with a small outside patio area.

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Coach & Horses, Brentford/Isleworth

Coach & Horses, Brentford/Isleworth

The Coach & Horses, 183 London Rd, Isleworth TW7 5BQ. Telephone: 020 8181 5627. Website: http://www.coachandhorsesisleworth.co.uk
Pig Mark 73. Local legend states that the Coach & Horses lies in both Brentford and Isleworth. The old saloon bar is in Brentford while the old public bar along with the garden (and now the restaurant section) is in Isleworth. Whether this is technically true I know not, but it’s a good tale and I’m sticking to it. It is also mentioned in Charles Dickens’s Oliver Twist as the place Bill Sykes and Oliver were dropped off by the carrier’s cart on their way to commit burglary in Chertsey.
The Coach & Horses was built in the 17th century and would have been on the London to Bath route. It was likely a popular stopping point for those not wishing to meet highwaymen on Hounslow Heath at night. It was refurbished in 2011, and transformed from being a typical boozer with live music every night to a rustic style foodie pub with a decent sized restaurant.