Duke Of York (Acton)

Duke of York

Photo by Ivor Williams, 2005

Locals pub away from the high street. The pub is on the corner of Horn Lane and Steyne Road - a junction that used to be more important before the Horn Lane traffic was re-routed in the 1990s.

The pub is used sometimes by West Middlesex Camra for meetings.


London Pride, Courage Best.

Layout and ambience

All the public parts of the pub are on one floor, apart from a bookable upstairs function room. Main bar has television screens - these will be on if there is an important football match, especially a local derby. You can escape the television if you go to the dining area at the back, though the staff like to close this earlier than the main pub.

Although some friends have found the locals intimidating, you will be left alone if you just want a quiet pint, and to be ignored.

Thursday and Saturday are karaoke nights.


  • Food, served lunch times and evenings (basic pub food)
  • Pool room with a single pool table.
  • Juke box
  • Dart board
  • Beer Garden

Function rooms

  • One large room upstairs, with its own bar.
  • Dining area is bookable.

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(Latitude: 51.508649 Longitude: -0.270913)
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