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One of London's Oldest Pubs, The Beehive Marylebone, Comes to Market

First licenced in 1793, The Beehive has operated in its present location on 126 Crawford Street in Marylebone since 1884.

Having recently non-confidentially come to market, this represents a distinguished opportunity to secure a slice of historic Marylebone in the West End of London.

The 1,700 sq ft establishment has been a grade II listed public house since 1987, and regularly features amongst guides pointing thirsty Londoner’s towards characterful pubs to grab a pint and a bite to eat. The history of the innkeepers and residents of the pub are well documented and have been traced back to John Dunnell in 1829.

Alongside the great selection of craft beers, ales and well assembled wine list is a rustic yet decidedly modern menu that “still exudes old-world charm”. The contemporary pub prides itself on being much the same as it would have been back in 1884. A roaring fire accompanies the handsome, traditional and minimalist decor. 

The Beehive is just a short walk away from both Baker Street and Marylebone Station, and is nearby to operators including Franco Manca, Zizzis, Rosa’s Thai & Joe and the Juice.

126 Crawford Street, Marylebone, W1H 5BF offers Sui Generis usage with a rent of £100,000 per annum, with the premium available upon request. For all interest in this new instruction, please visit the listing here or contact one of the Restaurant Property team.

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