A great destination for a memorable lunch, dinner, or drink, The Harts Boatyard is perfectly equipped to accommodate all of your dining requirements, no matter what the occasion.
Set on the banks of the River Thames, this stylish pub offers an excellent choice of menus, a great selection of real ales, lagers and wines, and stunning views of the river!
We are also a child friendly establishment, so please feel free to bring your little ones along – they’ll love tucking into our dedicated children’s menu and you’ll have no problem getting them to clear their plates.
If you’re driving, you will also be pleased to hear that there’s plenty of car parking available on site.
Situated in the suburb of Surbiton in south-west London, The Harts Boatyard lies on the River Thames, 11 miles outside central London.
If you’re travelling by public transport, Surbiton is served by a number of regular bus services, including London Buses routes 71, 281, 406, and 418. Surbiton train station also provides rail link with London, Surrey, and Hampshire.
Located in the suburb of Surbiton, The Harts Boatyard offers easy access to the bright lights of London, as well as plenty of open spaces and natural attractions.
Situated in the heart of the village, Claremont Gardens provide a great spot to explore the great outdoors, whilst the Coronation Clock Tower is a Grade I Listed monument and ones of the area’s most important landmarks.
Just a stone’s throw away in the vibrant market town of Kingston Upon Thames, you’ll find a whole host of attractions, including Clattern Bridge, the oldest surviving bridge in London, Coombe Conduit, Dorich House Museum, Kingston Museum, and the Stanley Picker Gallery.
And, if you’re looking for a retail fix, Kingston also boasts an array of high street stores as well as a vibrant independent shopping scene. Once you’ve finished shopping, head to The Harts Boatyard for a well-earned bite to eat.