A historic pub interior of regional importance
Listed Status: Not listed6 - 8 Little Belmont Street
One of Aberdeen’s oldest pubs, ‘Ma’s retains a couple of classic old panelled rooms. The snug has bare bench seating, a hatch for service and two perforated bentwood seats. A partition wall separates the snug from the public bar, which retains its array of old fittings. A small room on the right has been modernised and there has been a massive expansion in recent years but this doesn’t impact adversely on the pair of historic rooms.
This pub had a massive expansion in recent years but two of its three original rooms remain unscathed. There is a wood-panelled snug complete with bare bench seating, a hatch for service and two 1920s perforated bentwood seats. A partition wall, which retains two of its five original windows, separates the snug from the public bar on the left. This retains its back gantry, old counter, panelled walls and has two old leather-covered benches. Another small room on the left of the entrance has been modernised. The public bar and snug are only open Thu 5 to 10; Fri 3 to 10; Sat 12 to 12; Sun 12 to 5. Parties can book the snug so at times it may not be open to the public.Read More