Red Hart

Nottinghamshire - Blyth

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Listed Status: II

Bawtry Road
Blyth
S81 8HG

OS ref: SK624871

Tel: (01909) 591221

Email: gillredhart@gmail.com

Website http://www.redhart.co.uk

Real Ale: Yes

Lunchtime Meals: Yes

Evening Meals: Yes

Public Transport: Near Bus Stop

Bus: Yes

View on: Whatpub

18th century coaching inn still retaining the layout and fittings from a c.1960 refurbishment. The left hand public bar has a counter with an usual frontage of late 1950s design and a top with brown Formica. The bar back fitting with mirror glass panels looks to date from c.1960 and is centrally placed between the bar and lounge. The fixed seating in bays was removed in recent years. The lounge bar on the right has another counter front of late 1950s style but of a different design to the bar one and with a black Formica top. This room has a panelled dado with an unusual carved wooden finish at the top, fixed seating that might date back to the 60s but re-upholstered, and a back-to-back brick fireplace that might also be 1960s work. The far right part of the room is for diners. A separate dining room on the rear left has a panelled dado painted cream which is difficult to date. The former off-sales area is still there but now used for glass washing. 1950s tiled floors in lobby and toilets.

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