The Ship & Whale, Gulliver Street

Location and opening hours

The Ship & Whale
Address:
The Ship & Whale, 2 Gulliver Street,
London  SE16 7LT
Telephone:
+44 (0) 20 7237 7072
Opening hours:
Sunday 10.30 AM–23:59   Monday 5.30 PM–23:59   Tuesday 5.30 PM–23:59   Wednesday 5.30 PM–23:59   Thursday 5.30 PM–23:59   Friday 5.30 PM–23:59   Saturday 10.30 AM–23:59

More pubs nearby

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Aardvark is in Rotherhithe Street, less than ¼ mile from The Ship & Whale, and provides wireless internet access, sports events on the TV, dart board, a food menu, cocktails

The Ship York is at 375 Rotherhithe Street, less than ¼ mile away. It provides food, serves real ale, outside seating, pool tables

Moby Dick is in Russell Place, less than ¼ mile from The Ship & Whale, and provides function room, river views, a food menu and serves real ale

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