A historic pub sitting on a beautiful green in the sleepy village of Pratts Bottom. The Bulls Head has stood on its current site for roughly 400 years, so was perfectly placed to take advantage of passing trade.
The stagecoaches were a unique selling point, but also had negative consequences, as the village soon became the haunt of smugglers and highwaymen. It is even rumoured amongst locals that the infamous highwayman Dick Turpin frequented the "Bull’s Head Inn" until he was caught horse stealing in 1739 and hanged for his crime.
Now the highwaymen are gone you can expect a warm, friendly welcome with great beers, wines, spirits & traditional pub food.
Great cask beers, cold refreshing lagers, ciders & perry’s, crisp whites, aromatic reds or maybe an orange gin with Mediterranean tonic? Not sure? Come down & let us help you decide.
As Summer 2019 starts drawing to a close and the children go back to school, it's more important to look out for the good weather days. Cling on to the memories of Sunny afternoons and plan a visit to the Bulls Head. See you there!
Rushmore Hill, Orpington, BR6 7NQ
Monday - Thursday: 12noon - 11pm
Friday - Saturday: 12noon - Late
Sunday: 12noon - 10.30pm
Unfortunately food service has now stopped. The kitchen and the pub are undergoing extensive refurbishment from mid-October 2019 and Food will commence once the refurbishment is complete and the pub is under new owners. Apologies for any inconvenience.