117 Rotherhithe Street,
SE16 4NF

Although this pub is not a listed building, it does get a mention as a “try also” ,on CAMRA’s London Regional Inventory of Pub Interiors of Special Historic Interest and the brief description is as follows: “you may care to drop in at the Mayflower which fronts onto the Thames – it has some old panelling but most of the woodwork is of no great age. It is right by Brunels’ Thames Tunnel (the first underwater thoroughfare in the world) and museum.” This famous riverside pub was named after the ship that carried the Pilgrim Fathers to Massachusetts.

The Mayflower Featured on the Down River: Daytime Crawl of Rotherhithe, Wapping and Limehouse in June 2013.