A historic pub interior of regional importance
Listed Status: IIThurgarton Street
Originally farm cottages, this delightful building long predates the surrounding development. A passage from the garden leads to the main bar, small and square, with servery behind. Through an arch on the left is a snug whilst at the rear left is a snug bar with a small counter and separate street entrance. Finally comes a plain room on the right. Most fittings are from a refurbishment in the 1950s.
Delightful cottage pub in the back-streets, originally farm cottages and pre-dating the surrounding development. An old building with genuine beams inside, and four small separate rooms, all about the same size. A passage from the garden leads to a main small square bar with the servery behind; on the left is a snug through an arch opening; rear-left through a doorway is a snug-bar with a small counter and entrance from Lord Nelson street; on the right is a plain food and family room. The pub seems to have been refurbished in the 1950s, and most fittings appear to be from this period: bar counters and shelving; two brick fireplaces (and the one in an inglenook is more likely to be inter-war); benches and panelled dados. The bar back is modern.Read More