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London Pubs and Bars - Windmill on the Common, Clapham SW4 9DE - Facilities


The Windmill on the Common is a place for every event, perfectly placed on the south side of the common you can easily slip into a relaxed atmosphere.
Enjoy a seat in the sun while taking advantage of our new outside bar and kitchen, or for those colder days, seat your self next to a crackling open fire on our soft leather sofas; the perfect place to relax and enjoy a new level of comfort; while nursing a much deserved beverage.

Proud of our heritage, we present Well's & Young's finest cask conditioned Bitter, Special, Bombardiere and seasonal ales, supported by an exciting range of continental lagers including Peroni and Hoegaarden, on draught and by the bottle.

Windmill Hotel
After a hard day at work or play you can be absolutely sure that your room is an oasis of calm for you to enjoy as you please.

All Rooms are fully refurbished, with Plasmas, Deluxe Amenities, WiFi, snuggly duvets and plump pillows.

We have Ten Premium Rooms; all recently refurbished, much larger in size with new en-suite bathrooms, Wicker Chairs, Complimentary Newspapers, fresh Milk in your Fridge and a Drinks tray with Coffee Machine, serving Fair Trade Coffee
Included in your stay, you'll start the day with our Bespoke Full English Breakfast or healthy lighter options. We also welcome non residents to join us for the best meal of the day.
Room Prices
Standard Double or Twin Room at Single occupancy: £100 a night
Standard Double or Twin Room at double occupancy: £115 a night
Premium Double or Twin Room: £130 a night
2 night weekend special: £190*
3 night weekend special: £270*
*available on standard rooms only

Accommodation Air Conditioning Bed and Breakfast
Beer Garden Disabled Access Disabled Parking
Disabled Toilets Outside Area
Antipodean Children Welcome Female Friendly
Gay Friendly Historic Pub Music Venue
Open Fire Parking Facilities
Hotel Other Pub or Bar Restaurant
Traditional Inns
Webpage last updated on Friday, 8th May 2009