THE STORY OF The Edinboro Castle

The Edinboro Castle is one of Camden Town’s most established watering holes; according to local history, the pub used to serve Scots ‘navvies’ who were working on the construction of nearby mainline stations of Euston, St Pancras and King’s Cross, hence the patriotic name. An ideal spot for relaxation and refreshment after a day’s shopping at Camden’s markets or a walk round Regent’s Park.

Mixing a traditional wood-panelled interior with contemporary touches, The Edinboro Castle’s most impressive feature is its huge courtyard beer garden, a rare treat for London pub-goers, complete with cosy booths and sheltered benches and tables – a perfect spot for lazy afternoons, al-fresco dining or a glass of something special on a sunny day. The sensational garden offers ample comfy seating, as well as barbecue facilities in the summer and outdoor heating for those days when the weather is a little more Britain than Bahamas.

Dog-friendly and attracting a diverse clientele, The Edinboro Castle reflects the upbeat, alternative vibe of its Camden Town neighbourhood and holds the authenticity of a true British local close to its heart.