THE STORY OF The Gipsy Moth

Immersed in maritime tradition and overlooking the landmark Cutty Sark, The Gipsy Moth is a truly unique Greenwich watering hole that simply oozes history; the pub was named after the small boat in which Sir Francis Chichester sailed single-handedly around the world and was formerly moored nearby.

Situated close to the Royal Observatory and National Maritime Museum, The Gipsy Moth offers the prefect spot for relaxation and refreshment whilst sight-seeing or strolling around Greenwich. Well-connected to the rest of London via public transport, The Gipsy Moth is easy to find but perhaps a little harder to leave!

Mixing a traditional wood-panelled interior, period features and contemporary touches, The Gipsy Moth also boasts a delightful courtyard beer garden – the perfect spot for lazy afternoons, al-fresco dining or a glass of something special on a sunny day.

Exuding the relaxed village vibe of its Greenwich neighbourhood, the Gipsy Moth holds the authenticity of a true British local close to its heart.