Prince Arthur238 Fleet Road
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Reopened 4 July, normal hours but with a reduced footfall and revised menu and serving times. Customers are asked to use the Wetherspoon app to order if possible. Perspex screens have been erected in front of the tills to enable safe ordering at the bar for those who want to, and screens have been put up between tables around the pub to enable social distancing Booking will not be available and JD Wetherspoon advise their pubs may be full on a Friday and Saturday night. Entry will be managed if the pub is busy.more information...
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A former plumber’s merchants in a two storey building which first began life as a grocery shop over 100 years ago. A large long extension to the side of the building was added when JD Wetherspoon first converted the property into the Prince Arthur pub in 1998. In July 2019 the Prince Arthur celebrated 21 years since first opening as a pub. The pub is named after Prince Arthur, the Duke of Connaught and Queen Victoria’s third son who lived in Fleet for five years in the 1890s when he was Commander of the Army Garrison at Aldershot. Local brewed cask ales supplied direct from 12 breweries in Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey including many of their specials and seasonal ales feature regularly. Dark beers and the Mild Month of May are actively supported. Food is available every day from 8am till 11pm and breakfast till 12 (midday), children accompanied by an adult are allowed in the pub until 9pm. There is an extended floodlit garden at the rear of the pub which can accommodate 100 people and a separate covered smoking area.