This interwar pub has a variety of bar areas. A Lounge Bar, Sports bar and a Music Bar with each section having its own entrance.
The Roundhouse Pub was built in the 1936 by Architect Alfred W Broomfield and was then the old London Council. It was originally named the ‘Refreshment Houses’.
This location is situated about a 15 minute walk from Becontree station where the district line train is stationed. This has rail links to Barking station where the C2C and other national railway lines can be found.
Parking can be made available upon request.
Good to know
- The period of the building is interwar, the shape follows a similar trend with other buildings built around this time.