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George and Devonshire Chiswick.

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Standing proud against the ugliness and incessant noise of the Chiswick roundabout is the pretty public house of the George and Devonshire. The pub is just a few minutes walk away from the Griffin Brewery, the home of Fuller’s beer.

A pub on the site dates back to the mid-seventeenth century. Originally known as just the George, by the early nineteenth century Devonshire Arms had been added to the name in honour of the Duke of Devonshire who took ownership of nearby Burlington Villa (now known as Chiswick House) in 1758.

George and Devonshire Chiswick.
The George and Devonshire public house in Chiswick, pictured September 2020.

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