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We are closed for a makeover!

Good Drinks. Good Music. Good People.


About Us


The Manor today. 


The Manor as it now is,  was Born in April 2018. 


As the area has been developed, we have remained steadfast and are proud to be the go-to Pub in the area, adding history to a new and exciting part of a developing London.


We are a drinking house built on the foundations of a traditional pub and what a GRAND Building we remain too! Steps up to our door make you feel a million miles away from the busy roads that lead to central London. 


We have a newly renovated Beer Garden with lots of tables outside; big spaces for parties and events indoors and cosy corners to kick-back in and enjoy an evening with us 7 days a week. Our London brewed Beers and exciting Filipino menu make it well worth a visit.


Elephant and Castle is an exciting place and The Manor is proud to be a part of its  new History. The area has grown and changed over 100s of years to now be one of the most up to date and welcoming areas in London… with us right in the centre of it.


We are within walking distance of Elephant Park and 5 minutes from the Tube.


We look forward to welcoming you and making you feel a part of our Manor Family.



Our drink list features a selection inspired by everyday freshness meeting deliciousness. Our liquid concoctions have been inspired by classic cocktails, showcasing seasonal ingredients and trendy flavors.


The Walworth area is mentioned in the Doomsday book and has been a rich part of London's history for hundreds of years. 


During the late 18th century, maps of Walworth,  which is close to the heart of Elephant and Castle as it stands now, describe it as a 'pleasant countryside neighbourhood with a few roads stretching across the gardens and fields'. 


It's hard to imagine this today as it is major artery joining the city to Peckham and beyond. Building in the area however was limited,  in part due to the ongoing wars with France in the 1700 and 1800's - and it wasn't until 1808  that Walworth Road was described as being “lined by elegant mansions”. 


The Mansions must have seemed so outstanding to local people and it is wonderful that some still survive today as grade II listed buildings. 

The Manor originally formed the central part of a traditional Georgian terrace that was a part of a row designed and built by Francis Hurlblatt a local architect. 

The expansion of the railways saw further development in the area right up to the second World War where huge damage from the German Luftwaffe's Blitzkrieg was inflicted upon london.

The area, then went through some major transformations. Elephant and Castle became a suburb of London that represented both the wealth and the poverty of living in a big city. 


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We are currently closed for Building Works - The New Manor Club will be coming in the autumn.

Available for private events and special occasions.

* Bookings subject to Terms and Conditions

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