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Title: A stroll around the heritage interiors of W9
Creator: Steve of N21

The Maida Vale area of London covered by the W9 post code boast no fewer than four establishments which feature in the CAMRA list of Heritage interiors in London and these are easily accesible from either Maida Vale or Warwick Avenue Tube stations.
These four all have real ale available , but as the offerings tend to be from the mainstream brewers I have added an additional nearby pub that now provides an interesting range of London brewery Cask and Craft brews

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The Warrington (1)
A pub / restaurant formerly owned by Gordon Ramsey which boasts an oppulent interior and exterior
Prince Alfred (2)
A classic example of a late Victorian pub featuring an abundance of beautifully carved mahogany & sparkling etched & cut glass, and some superb original Victorian snugs.
Warwick Castle (3)
Another Grade II listed London CAMRA listed Heritage Pub in Maida Vale, which may not have the internal opulence of some of its near neighbours but still retains some nice period features.
The Truscott Arms (4)
The Truscott Arms now functions a Cask & Craft beer Gastro pub and is worth a visit for the available beer range.
The Chippenham Hotel (5)
Yet another London CAMRA listed Heritage Pub in Maida Vale, albeit a shadow of its former glorious Victorian self but some interesting features do remain.