Airlie Street bar

Tayside - Alyth

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: Not listed

37 Airlie St.
Alyth
PH11 8AJ

Tel: (01828) 633913

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Stone and rendered terrace pub which was given an inter-war refit of which much remains in the public bar and passage with off sales. The entrance has an inter-war vestibule and there is passage created by a part glazed partition wall on the right and which has some fielded panelling on the front left wall and leads to the gents at the rear. There is an hatch in the partition being the off sales, also the door to the servery for staff.

Stone and rendered terrace pub which was given an inter-war refit of which much remains in the public bar and passage with off sales. The entrance has an inter-war vestibule and there is passage created by a part glazed partition wall on the right and which has some fielded panelling on the front left wall and leads to the gents at the rear. There is an hatch in the partition being the off sales, also the door to the servery for staff.

The small public bar on the right has a lino floor, dado panelling which looks to be of an inter-war date. The counter could be inter-war (or a post-war replacement which has covered over the old spittoon trough?). The gantry cabinet dates from the 1930s, which is at least the date of the shelving. There is a lounge bar on the left which retains its 1930s door from the passage and its own 1930s vestibule entrance but was comprehensively refitted and a new bar and a ladies toilet added in the early 1980s.

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