The Plume of Feathers

  • Tel: 020 8858 1661

19 Park Vista, London, SE10 9LZ

Now closed
Open today
11:00 - 23:00

Ratings and Reviews

3 4 reviews
1 quick rate

Opening hours

Monday 11:00 - 23:00
Tuesday 11:00 - 23:00
Wednesday 11:00 - 23:00
Thursday 11:00 - 23:00
Friday 11:00 - 00:00
Saturday 11:00 - 00:00
Sunday 12:00 - 22:30

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Business Overview

The Plume of Feathers, a quaint old English pub just outside Greenwich Park dates from 1691. A short walk from Maze Hill station just 100m from the National Maritime museum, and literally opposite Greenwich Park. The pub is on the Meridian Line. The pub is cosy in the winter months and fresh in the summer. The Plume of Feathers offers a country-in-the-city feel.

The single room wraps itself around a central bar and is decked with maritime pictures and insignia on the walls and within the windows. The restaurant area in the back has wooden panels, an open fire, thick curtains and candlelight. The eye is drawn to the rear of the pub, to a beautiful garden that is a suntrap and uniquely blessed at night with the laser of the Greenwich Meridian Beam passing directly overhead.

The road outside The Plume of Feathers was once the main road passing through Greenwich. It divided the park from the Tudor Palace, which stood by the river. There are a number of attractive houses in this street.


Services and Products

  • gastro pubs
  • real ales
  • bars & wine bars
  • beers
  • bottled beers
  • cask ales
  • child friendly
  • dog friendly
  • draught beer
  • family pubs
  • free houses
  • function rooms & banqueting
  • home cooked food
  • internet access
  • live entertainment
  • non alcoholic beer
  • pub restaurants
  • sunday lunches
  • traditional lunches
  • wifi
  • garden area
  • childrens playroom
  • quiz nights


Great place.
We came here last Friday, and I can honestly say we were really impressed with every aspect of the service. The smiling waitresses were all polite and attentive. If you are looking for a cosy and friendly pub - this is the right place.
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Established in 1691, the Plume of Feathers has a lovely tiled exterior and outdoor seating to the front and rear. Inside, the walls are packed with pictures and nautical ephemera, and the fireplace adds to the cosy atmosphere. Attracting locals, walkers and some tourists, the place gets packed and buzzes with a lively, congenial atmosphere. The Plume serves good pub grub, with a decent Sunday roast, which you can have in the restaurant area at the back or in the bar area. Adnam's' and Fuller's ales are amongst the beers behind the bar and the service is excellent. Turnover is pretty brisk at lunchtimes, so if you can't get a table immediately, wait a short while, it's worth it.
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This place is as dead as a dodo, I think the smoking ban hit a lot of pubs hard, but this one was a sinking ship long before the ban came into force. You get the odd bit of passing trade but nothing to even call a crowd, its a shame really as the bones are there to make it into a decent pub, what it needs is a makeover and some PR spin with the younger crowd, but it seems the owners have just roles over and accepted their fate.I had a decent enough pint in there but one is all i could stand, a smile from the bar staff would have gone a long way to welcome me, but when you ship is sinking what is there to smile about.
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Plume Of Feathers
Lovely boozer, very quiet and relaxed of an evening. Good real ales, appalling wine (surprising given that it seems to be run by a French woman). Welcoming and low key, perfect for a pint and a chat.
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