A historic pub interior of regional importance
Listed Status: Not listed187 Abbey Hey Lane
Nearby Station: Gorton
Public Transport: Near Railway Station (Gorton) and Bus Stop
View on: Whatpub
Two small rooms and a lobby bar. The latter on the right retains its old bare wooden flooring, benches, and servery fittings. There's a small smoke room at the front left (advertised in the door glass) with original fixed seating, a draught screen and bell-pushes all around. The rear room (formerly two separate ones) also has a draught screen, original fixed seating and bell-pushes all around the room but part of the wall at the rear right has been removed. Sadly the attractive inter-war tiled dado in the entrance passage and lobby has been over-painted.
Two small rooms and a lobby bar. It retains brown and white floor tiling but sadly its attractive inter-war tiled dado in the entrance passage and lobby has been painted over in grey. The small right-hand side lobby bar has a bare wooden floor, basic bare benches, original panelled bar counter and two old bar-back fittings with carved canopies and some modern additions. Small smoke room on the front left has a 'Smoke Room' etched panel in the door, original fixed seating with bell-pushes all around and a draught screen by the door but has lost its fireplace.
The rear room (formerly two separate ones) has a door which has lost its original panel, a draught screen by the door, original fixed seating and bell-pushes all around the room but has lost its fireplace. Part of the wall at the rear right is missing. The gents' has an etched 'Gentleman' panel in the door but the toilets are modernised.