Still

Lincolnshire - Lincoln

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: Not listed

Saltergate
Lincoln
LN2 1DH

Tel: (01522) 262998

Email: thestill.lincolnshire@pheonixpub.co.uk

Website https://www.thestilllincoln.co.uk

Real Ale: Yes

Real Cider: Yes

Lunchtime Meals: Yes

Evening Meals: Yes

Station: Yes

Nearby Station: Lincoln Central

Station Distance: 450m

Public Transport: Near Railway Station (Lincoln Central)

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A rather grand pub, occupying part of a large range of early 20th-century buildings constructed for the Co-operative Provident Society. A small, somewhat altered lobby faces the narrow end of the counter and opens into bars left and right. Both the lobby and splendid turned wood central bar back are surmounted by leaded glass panels to ceiling height. Both bars are panelled but some matchboarding may be later and the bench seating is modern. Two more lounges can be found to the rear on the right, the smaller retaining its old bench seating and Art Nouveau-style glazed panels.

Grand early 20th-century city pub, part of a much bigger range of building for CPS (Co-operative provident society ?) with central U-shaped bar. A small lobby (somewhat altered) faces the narrow end of the counter and opens into bars on the left and right. The lobby and the splendid turned wood, central bar back are surmounted by leaded glass panels to ceiling height. Bench seating throughout the main rooms is modern or modernised. All rooms are panelled, though there is also some matchboarding which may be later. There are two more lounges to the rear on the right, with figured wood panelling and the smaller, right-most lounge retains original bench seating and Art Nouveau-style glazed panels. Some snob screens are said to have been removed as recently as the late 1990s.

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