A historic pub interior of regional importance
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This is a good example of how to expand a pub (a rear extension for a restaurant in this case) whilst leaving the old layout mostly intact (here, three small rooms at the front). The snug on the left is full of character with its tiled floor, range-style fireplace and fixed seating against panelled walls.
The Bull & Butcher is an example of the correct way to expand a pub to offer a restaurant by adding an extension to the rear but leaving the three small front rooms little-altered. The snug on the left is full of character with its red tiled floor, range-style fireplace with log fire, fitted seating attached to black painted mainly dado panelling with that on one wall more like a high backed settle. The right-hand room is opened up to the quarry-tiled area in front of the bar, which has modern fittings.Full Description