The Daily Telegraph - Saturday

THE PRINCE OF WALES, LONDON SE11 Tom Ough, commission­ing editor


Brewery will help lubricate a long sunny afternoon in the extensive beer garden (or, rather, beer beach), which overlooks the famous oyster beds. thepubonth­

Whereas beer gardens – pah! – are for sunburnt rosbifs, sophistica­ted drinkers may prefer to wash down their pint with some pétanque at a convenient boozer-cumboulodr­ome. Cleaver Square, cleverly hidden away from the A2 in south London, is dusty, shady and (largely) Georgian, which, as the mercury tentativel­y rises, makes it an idyllic place to toss a boule or two. The Prince of Wales, a charming pub in the square’s corner, will let you borrow a set for £1. princeofwa­leskenning­ton.

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