Opposite Wandsworth Town station, the Alma Tavern is a striking corner pub decorated in vivid green ceramic tiles with honey coloured bricks above and topped off with an attractive cupola. The Alma takes its name from a famous battle in during the Crimean War in 1854.
Much of the Alma's original Victorian decoration survives; not least a superb solid mahogany staircase and carved fireplace. A late 19th century make-over saw the addition of delicately painted mirrors. In 1987, during restoration work, a frieze was discovered in the large and airy dining room at the rear.
It's a busy pub, popular for its good food, wines and ales. Originally built as a hotel it again has 23 individually designed letting rooms. A long association with Rugby, both local and international, the Alma is a well known venue on match days.
The Alma -
Book a Room
Find Accommodation Nearby
There is currently no publican's review for this pub
User reviews for The Alma, Wandsworth
There are currently no user reviews for this pub