London, Maida Vale and Little Venice
The southern part of Maida Vale at the junction of Paddington Basin with Regent's Canal, with many houseboats, is known as Little Venice. A regular waterbus service operates from Little Venice eastwards around Regent's Park, calling at London Zoo and on towards Camden Town.Click the pictures for more views.

The Warrington, Maida Vale
Start
at the Warrington pub. Exit Maida Vale station and without crossing any roads, turn left down Randolf Avenue. You will see the Warrington at the junction.
93 Warington Crescent  W9 1EH  Open all day from noon.
This pub was once owned by Gordon Ramsay but he has moved on. Beautiful entrance doorway and an amazing circular bar. A good range of ales and food is available. Free wifi. Click the picture for the gallery and to comment.

http://www.faucetinn.com/warrington/

From the Warrington, turn right and continue along Randolf Avenue until you reach Clifton Road on your left. The Eagle is at the end of the shops on your right.

The Eagle

The Eagle, Maida Vale

15 Clifton Road. W9 1SY
A traditional Sam Smiths pub that also sells good value pub grub. Open all day from noon.
If you fancy something a little different, try one of Sam Smiths organic fruit beers, a speciality of the house. Free wifi. Unusually the pub has a bar billiards table.
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Turn left out of the pub to walk back to Randolf Avenue and turn left. At the very end turn right into Blomfield Road alongside the canal. Keep on past the crossroads at Warwick Avenue to reach Westbourne Terrace road bridge on your left. Cross the bridge to find the Bridge House.

Bridge House

Bridge House Maida Vale

13 Westbourne Terrace Road W2 6NG
Open all day from noon, with good ales and expensive but good food, however no-one seems able to make a HOT cup of coffee. Food served until 5pm, free wifi.
The building is shared with the Canal CafĂ© Theatre. 

http://www.thebridgehouselittlevenice.co.uk/

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Retrace your steps across the bridge and turn left to continue along Blomfield Road. Take the first right into Warwick Place to find the Warwick Castle,


Warwick Castle

Warwick Castle Maida Vale

The Warwick Castle.
6 Warwick Place W9 2PX  Open all day from noon.
A good range of ales and food served all day, slightly pricey and very ordinary.
Free wifi and happy friendly staff. Click the picture for the gallery and to comment.

http://www.capitalpubcompany.com/our-pubs/the-warwick-castle/

Rejoin Blomfield road and continue, following the road into Formosa Street. Almost at the end of Formosa street you will see the Prince Alfred.

The Prince Alfred Maida Vale

Prince Alfred
5a Formosa Street W9 1EE

Open all day from noon, this is a traditional victorian pub that still retains its snob screen dividers. The pub is divided into five sections each with an outer door and small low doors between each room. Free wifi. Click the picture for the gallery and to comment.

http://www.theprincealfred.com/pub

It is a short walk from here round the back of the pub and right to the Warwick Avenue tube station.

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