The King's Head and Eight Bells

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Henry James died at Carlyle Mansions after spending a night drinking here.

The King's Head and Eight Bells
Cheyne Walk Brasserie, Chelsea, SW3 (2681311973).jpg
Now the Cheyne Walk Brasserie
The King's Head and Eight Bells is located in Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
The King's Head and Eight Bells
The King's Head and Eight Bells
The King's Head and Eight Bells is located in Greater London
The King's Head and Eight Bells
The King's Head and Eight Bells
General information
Address50 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, London SW3
Town or cityLondon
CountryEngland
Coordinates51°29′01″N 0°10′10″W / 51.483527°N 0.16954820°W / 51.483527; -0.16954820Coordinates: 51°29′01″N 0°10′10″W / 51.483527°N 0.16954820°W / 51.483527; -0.16954820
Designations
Listed Building – Grade II
Official nameThe King's Head and Eight Bells Public House
Designated15 April 1969
Reference no.1358127

The King's Head and Eight Bells is a Grade II listed former public house at 50 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, London SW3.[1]

It was built in the early 19th century.[1]

It is now a restaurant, the Cheyne Walk Brasserie.[2]

Notable patrons[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Historic England, "The King's Head and Eight Bells (1358127)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 5 September 2014
  2. ^ Telegraph: Can Bob Marley's local pub be saved? – Telegraph, accessdate: 11/12/2016
  3. ^ Daily Mail: – Daily Mail, accessdate 11/12/2016