We’re sad to close our doors once again as London enters Tier 3 to help reduce the continued growth in coronavirus cases.
Thank you to our amazing team members and guests who have been doing a great job to keep everyone safe.
We look forward to reopening our doors and welcoming you back as soon as we can. In the meantime, keep in touch with us on our social channels. Look after yourselves and each other. Stay safe.
Welcome to The Victoria Inn, a boutique hotel and pub right in the heart of Peckham; a creatively cool, diverse and vibrant South London district. In the past 50 years Peckham has shed its cockney, wide-boy reputation and created a more colourful demographic and cultural “selfie”. With local attractions such as Franks Bar, Bussey Building, Horniman Museum and Gardens, Peckham Rye Park and Dulwich Picture Gallery bringing in footfall from at home as well as abroad.
The hotel has 15 rooms with 4 different room types; standard double, twin, superior double and feature double; which has a sofa bed suitable for children, allowing families of up to four to stay together. All rooms are en-suite and come with a Nespresso machine, plasma TV and Bose Bluetooth sound system, to ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible.
The Pub itself has been standing since 1878 and its Victorian features have been restored and retouched to preserve its lengthy heritage. It features 10 draught lines of nationally, internationally and locally sourced beers and ciders, an extensive selection of wines and spirits and 5 hand pulls of gravity fed, cask ales. A classic, British, seasonal pub menu is available all day from a hearty breakfast of creamy, free-range Eggs Benedict to a robust dinner of succulent, Scottish rib eye steak with herb crusted bone marrow and mushroom Duxelles.
Our closest station is Peckham Rye which features excellent connections to main line stations such as London Bridge, Victoria, Blackfriars and Kings Cross St Pancras plus links to Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston, Clapham, Whitechapel, Brick Lane and Islington via the newly extended London Overground.