A historic pub interior of some regional importance
Listed Status: C9-10 Shorehead
Although opened up, the pub retains many fittings in the left-hand part - old bar counter with console brackets, three bay bar back with columns holding up the shelves and an old curved bench. The full-height panelling has mostly been painted grey or red.
While this pub has been opened-up, it still retains many fittings in the left hand part. There is full height panelling, but the left hand side has been painted battleship grey and part on the rear right is painted a deep red. There is an old bar counter with console brackets but new bar top. The three-bay bar back is mostly old with columns holding up the shelves but some modern additions; fridges have replaced all the lower shelving. There is an old curved bench on the left and a two-sided bench on the right. Wide gap to the area on the right. The owner has his own brewery – 6 degrees North and usually one of their cask beers are on sale.Read More