The County Arms is a London pub at 345 Trinity Road in Earlsfield, London.
This pub offers real ale, outside seating, vegetarian meals on the menu, TV for sports events, disabled facilities, a food menu.
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There are lots of other pubs and bars nearby:
The Hope is in Bellevue Road, Tooting. The pub is approximately ½ mile from The County Arms
The Althorp is at 20 Bellevue Road in Tooting, London. The County Arms is approximately half-a-mile away
The Bolingbroke is in Northcote Road, Battersea. The pub is less than ¾ mile away from The County Arms, and offers food, cocktails, outside seating. The Bolingbroke is part of the Renaissance Pubs Empire. The decor is rustic with... more
The Roundhouse is in Wandsworth, London. The County Arms is roughly ¾ miles from the pub
Here are some restaurants close to the pub:
Chez Bruce is an expensive place to eat in Bellevue Road, Tooting. The restaurant is approximately ½ mile from The County Arms pub, and offers bar, vegetarian dishes. Its menu serves French food
The Good Earth is a cheap place to eat at 11 Bellevue Road in Tooting, London. The County Arms pub is approximately half-a-mile away. The restaurant serves a Chinese menu