Auldhouse Arms

Greater Glasgow & Clyde Valley - Auldhouse

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: C

12 Langlands Road
Auldhouse
G75 9DW

Tel: (01355) 263242

Lunchtime Meals: Yes

Evening Meals: Yes

Public Transport: Near Bus Stop

Bus: Yes

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A 200-year-old single storey village pub that has expanded in recent years but retains, little changed, its original public bar and two-sitting-room core. The public bar has a splendid quarter-circle gantry, with four upright spirit barrels, that probably dates from the 1920s. The curved bar counter, with a noticeable slope on the left side, and the floor-to-ceiling match-board panelling are also from the 1920s, but the quarry tiled floor is new. A tiny shop to the right was absorbed into the pub in the 1970s and is now a snug with the pub entrance moved from the centre of the public bar to the right. The panelled rear snug has old mirrors and basic bench seating.

A 200-year-old single storey village pub that has expanded in recent years but retains, little changed, its original public bar and two-sitting-room core. The public bar has a splendid quarter-circle gantry, with four upright spirit barrels, that probably dates from the 1920s. The curved bar counter, with a noticeable slope on the left side, and the floor-to-ceiling match-board panelling are also from the 1920s, but the quarry tiled floor is new. A tiny shop to the right was absorbed into the pub in the 1970s and is now a snug with the pub entrance moved from the centre of the public bar to the right. The panelled rear snug has old mirrors and basic bench seating.

Sadly, the front snug with its 1920s tiled and wood surround fireplace was opened-up by the removal of the wall in Feb 2006 following a customer consultation which resulted in a 58% vote in favour of the alteration. There are a number of old brewery, whisky and soft drinks mirrors. The premises to the left of the pub were purchased in the early 1990s and contain a new lounge bar, dining room and function room.

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