Click here to make an online booking or call us on 01702 475666 – we can’t wait to welcome you!
We are open seven days a week. Please see our opening times below.
Monday: 11am - 11pm
Tuesday: 11am - 11pm
Wednesday: 11am - 11pm
Thursday: 11am - 11pm
Friday: 11am - 11pm
Saturday: 11am - 11pm
Sunday: 11am - 10:30m
There’s nothing better than sitting on our patio and listening to the sound of the lapping sea! Tide times can be found on our home page or by clicking here
Yes of course. All of our menus include vegetarian options and we’re very happy to cater for gluten-free and other dietary needs. A full list of allergens is available on request.
Yes we do, however our toilets are not wheelchair friendly. We have attempted to make alterations in the past but been denied planning permission – we shall continue to try and improve the facilities. Please view our accessibility information here.
Dogs on leads are welcome in our patio area, plus there are two designated tables by the bar where you can dine inside with your dog. We’ll also happily provide drinking bowls for your four legged companion!
Children with accompanying adults are welcome until 9pm.
Yes, we have an ATM just by our front door. However, please note there is a usage fee of £1.85 per transaction.
In the winter we have several car parking spaces available, just outside our heated patio area. However, in summer this area transforms into a larger outdoor seating area.
We have live acoustic music every Tuesday evening between 7 and 9pm in our Live Lounge. We will also be hosting two music festivals this summer.
If you are would like to perform at The Peterboat, simply drop us an email with a few details about you to email@example.com, don’t forget to include a video of you in action!
Of course! To access this, select ‘The Peterboat’ from the available network list on your device and follow the instructions.
We do! We would ask that you pre book if possible and a deposit may be required.
Anything is possible, however it does depend heavily on the time of year as to what options are available. Please call us on 01702 475666 to discuss particular requirements.
You are welcome to join us for just a drink! Our bar area is available during the winter, and our extensive patio with estuary views is available in the warmer months.
We do not permit the use of electronic cigarettes or vaporisers outside of the designated smoking areas.
We do not permit the purchase or consumption of alcohol by under 21s.
If you are asked to provide valid ID to show that you are over the age of 21 and we do not feel that the ID is valid/genuine, then we will not allow you to purchase or consume alcohol or use the gaming machines.
We have adopted the Challenge 25 policy in all of our pubs. If a member of staff believes that you look under 25 years, you will be asked to prove that you are aged over 18 years.
Acceptable documents to prove your age are a valid passport, UK or Ireland photo card driving licence, UK military ID or any PASS-accredited proof-of-age card. All ID must have a photograph of you, include your date of birth and outline the validity period for the document.
The family's pub-owning history dates back three generations when Hilda and Andrew Barthaud ran several venues around Southend and the East End, including the Railway in East Street, Prittlewell. During our most recent restoration, Andrew, Hilda’s son and the owner of the East Anglia Pub Company wanted to create a lasting legacy for his mother and so the legendary ‘Hilda B’ beer was born!
A peter boat or peterboat was a type of fishing boat, found on the Thames Estuary and the adjacent coasts of eastern England. In legend, the peter boat's origins lie with the boats used to ferry passengers to and from St. Peter's Abbey, the Saxon predecessor to Westminster Abbey in London.
We’re really proud of our part in Old Leigh’s rich history, which is why we are proud sponsors of The Endeavour. The Endeavour was built in Leigh-on-sea in 1926 and spent most of her working life as a cockle fishing vessel. In 1940 she was one of six Leigh "Little Ships" which rescued troops from the beaches at Dunkirk and is the only ship that now survives. The Trust has restored her for community and educational use. The Endeavour took part in the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Pageant in 2012, as one of fifty ships forming an "Avenue of Sails" along the Thames.