The Bed and Bottle was a pub and resthouse in London during the nineteenth century. Located in the Strand, and owned by Rose and Argus Bartlett, this establishment could be tied to several unsolved missing persons cases.

The Bartletts, both members of the Templar Order, used their business to lure in unsuspecting clients and eliminate those whose deaths would be beneficial to the Order. In 1868, the Assassins Jacob and Evie Frye assassinated the owners of the Bed and Bottle, presumably ending the business.