If you're remotely superstitious, you might want to think twice before stepping inside The Coach and Horses pub in Isleworth - as some of the locals reckon it's haunted!
Managed by Sharon Clement for just the last 10 weeks, this three-storey, ivy-clad pub is thought to date back to the early 17th Century when it was a coaching inn on a once-busy route to the West Country.
It was built within Syon Park Estate by the Percy family and was also given a mention in Dickens' Oliver Twist.
Today, it retains much of its old world character with wooden floors and open fires, but with a few modern twists.
The pub has live jazz sessions every Monday from 8.30pm and a variety of live music on Friday and Saturday nights.
It serves sandwiches and pub snacks, as well as traditional pub grub such as bangers and mash and beer-battered fish and chips.
The pub also boasts a function room and a large beer garden (English summer permitting).
Opening Times: Daily, midday until 11pm, except on live music nights when it stays open 'til 1am.
Drinks: Young's cask ales, range of lagers, bottled beers, ciders and Guinness. Wide selection of wines.
Food: Bar snacks and sandwiches and traditional pub grub grub.
Entertainment: Live jazz every monday night. Variety of live music Friday and Saturday.
Kids: Welcome until 9pm.
Tel: 020 8560 1447