THE STORY OF The Prince of Wales Feathers

Dating back to the 1800s, The Prince of Wales Feathers is one of Warren Street’s oldest established watering holes.  Enduringly popular with local residents and workers, as well as visitors to the capital, the pub benefits from its from its close proximity to numerous stations including Euston and Tottenham Court Road.  

Steeped in history, its most recent credential allegedly involves a talent contest to which a dad from Woking took his son, who went by the name of Rick Parfitt... Spotted that evening, Rick’s journey to becoming one half of the famous guitar pop duo that rocked all over the world – Status Quo – is said to have begun at the Prince of Wales Feathers.  

Mixing a traditional interior with contemporary touches whilst boasting a unique roof terrace and function room for private hire, the pub more than ticks all the boxes of a great London local. Its delightful roof terrace is its best-kept secret – a rare treat for London pub-goers and an ideal spot to relax with a glass of something refreshing during those warmer months.  

Attracting a diverse clientele, The Prince of Wales Feathers reflects the relaxed vibe of its Fitzrovia neighbourhood and keeps the authenticity of a true British local at its heart.