Situated in the heart of Hampstead, The Freemason’s Arms is a stylish pub, bar, and restaurant that will allow you to relax, unwind, and indulge in truly special surroundings.
Our selection of seasonal menus and cask conditioned ales and fine wines will introduce your taste buds to a catalogue of unique flavours and tastes inspired by a whole host of British classics and Mediterranean dishes.
We even have a dedicated children’s menu to ensure that little rumbling tummies are satisfied.
With an outdoor dining space, a chic bar and restaurant area, as well as plenty of car parking space, you’re sure to leave The Freemason’s Arms with a smile on your face.
Located in Hampstead Heath, The Freemason’s Arms is easily accessible from around the Capital and beyond.
If you’re travelling by tube, take the Northern Line to Golders Green, Hampstead, or Kentish Town, or the Jubilee Line to Finchley Road, Swiss Cottage, or West Hampstead. Alternatively, you can reach us via the Overground, alighting at Hampstead Heath, Gospel Oak, Finchley Road, or West Hampstead.
There are also plenty of buses serving the area, including the C2, H3, C11, 24, 46, 168, 210, 214, and 268.
Located in Hampstead, close to one of London’s most popular open spaces, The Freemason’s Arms is perfectly positioned in an area of peaceful greenery, yet only a stone’s throw from the sights and sounds of central London.
Hampstead Heath is an inner-city oasis that’s rich in wildlife and offers a whole host of sports and leisure opportunities all year round. The Heath is home to an array of amenities, including a zoo, cafes, athletics tracks, an education centre, three swimming ponds, and a lido. Once you’ve worked up a healthy appetite exploring the great outdoors and enjoyed the spectacular views of the capital’s iconic skyline, the extensive menu at The Freemason’s Arms is sure to hit the spot.
Surrounding Hampstead Heath, Hampstead retains much of its original village character, with 18 grade II listed buildings on the High Street alone. Kenwood House, one of the most accessible of London’s great Regency homes, Keats’ House, the Freud Museum, and the charming Flask Walk are also close by.
Just 6km away from Trafalgar Square, The Freemason’s Arms is also perfectly placed to act as a pit stop if you’re exploring the bustling streets of central London.