A historic pub interior of some regional importance
Listed Status: II17 Bishopgate
An old (17th century) but much altered pub, the small snug in the 1930s extension being the most historically intact part with its parquet floor, period brick fireplace and fixed seating. The top bar has two ancient settles fixed to the ceiling. The lower bar was converted from a cellar in 1973.
S17th century brick and flint building which has been a pub for some time. The front door leads into the top bar with two low ancient settle attached to the ceiling. This small quarry tiled room has some old dado panelling, but has a new bar counter and bar back. It looks like it was subdivided as the floor markings indicate the position of more partitions in the past. The most intact part of the pub is the small snug situated in an 1930s extension. It retains its parquet floor, period brick fireplace and fixed seating but the dado panelling is new. The lower bar was created in 1973 from the former cellar and also has modern fittings.Read More