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Stewart Arms

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Greater London West - Notting Hill

One star - A pub interior of special national historic interest

Listed Status: Not listed

26 Norland Road
Notting Hill
W11 4TR

Tel: (020) 3602 1417

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

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/StewartArmsNottingHill

Lunchtime Meals: Yes

Nearby Station: Shepherd's Bush

Station Distance: 200m

Public Transport: Near Railway Station (Shepherd's Bush) and Bus Stop

Bus: Yes

View on: Whatpub

A 1930s brick pub situated in a pedestrianised street. The pub still retains a three-roomed layout which is rare in London.

On the right is the lounge bar that has a counter that appears to be 1930s but has 1960s button leatherette frontage added while retaining its 1930s tiled trough around the base. Note the tall narrow screen attached to the bar – has this been repositioned? The good tiled and wood-surround fireplace looks 1930s with a bevelled mirror panel in the mantelpiece. The island style ‘gantry’ back-fitting is streamlined in late 1930s style at the top; fridges have replaced lower shelves. The small room, ‘private bar’, in the middle has a doorway in and out and another original bar counter with 1960s button leatherette frontage added. The left-hand public bar has the same original bar counter with 1960s button leatherette frontage and the fixed seating might be old. The intact inter-war fittings include the doors and their beveled handles.