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London Pubs and Bars - Counting House, Bank EC3V 3PD - Detail

 
 
 

50, Cornhill
Bank
London
EC3V 3PD

 
 
 
Monday: 09.30am -11pm
Tuesday: 09.30am -11pm
Wednesday: 09.30am -11pm
Thursday: 09.30am -11pm
Friday: 09.30am - 11pm
Saturday: closed but can be open for functions
Sunday: closed but can be open for functions
 
 
 
Fuller Smith and Turner
Venue Style : Traditional Pub
Venue Capacity : 450
Nearest Rail : Liverpool St
Nearest Tube : Bank station Exit 5
Local Buses : No 25 bus
Description : The Counting House was built in 1893 as Prescott's Bank and the foundations rest partly on the North sleeper wall of a 2,000 year old Roman basilica. Today, this magnificent building is a Fuller's Ale & Pie pub, with much of the old charm of the banking hall on display.



We are an amazing Traditional Pub. Converted from a bank in 1997. FST spent a lot of money on conserving a lot of the original features like the oak panels and the marbelled walls. The bank managers office is still in place as we use it as a dining area or for small parties.

We also have a Large function room that we hold all different events in. The room itself has its own bar & cloakroom facilities as well as toilets. It can hold up to 100 people.
 
 
 

4 rooms available for hire for parties of 25 to 100.
Weddings catered for.
A fantastic venue for any occasion.
Flexibility to suit all events.
Traditional English Pie menu.
Excellent service.
Areas in the pub can be booked.
Nothing is too much trouble.
Close to the Bank of England Museum.
Near to the Lloyd's Building.
Handy for Tower Bridge.
Very close to the Mansion House.

 
Webpage last updated on Saturday, 21st April 2012