Fuller’s-owned the Churchill Arms in Kensington, west London, has become the talk of the town after embellishing itself with more than 21,000 lights and almost 100 Christmas trees.
On Instagram, pub staff wrote: “Christmas has arrived here with all our Christmas trees and Christmas lights lit up, join us for the most amazing festive scene, looking forward to seeing you all soon.”
It's also proved a real hit with customers on social media too.
“What an absolutely stunning pub – it's put me in such a warm festive spirit,” one person commented.
Another wrote: “It really is beginning to look a lot like Christmas.”
Proud manager James Keogh said this year’s display featured more tree and lights than ever before and spent almost three weeks creating the spectacle.
“It just grew and grew,” Keogh exclaimed.
“We love it so much, it was hard to stop.”
The London pub, built in 1750, is known around the world for its beautifully crafted floral displays and hanging baskets in the summer months, which sees 42 hanging baskets, 48 window boxes and 100 tubs outside its walls.
Its much-loved decorations have even earned it an award at The Chelsea Flower Show.
The beautifully decorated pub will keep its lights up until January.