Winning Horse

Surrey - Claygate

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: Not listed

35, Coverts Road
Claygate
KT10 0JY

Tel: None

Real Ale: Yes

Public Transport: Near Bus Stop

Bus: Yes

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Built 1920's by Mann, Crossman & Paulin with a green glazed brick dado and still maintaining its 2 bars and an off sales layout. You now enter via the off sales as the front doors to the bars are blocked up. It has an original counter and is still in use by local children to buy sweets etc. Ply panelling was added top walls in the 1950/1960s and new doors cut to the left and right in recent years. Saloon Bar on the left has an original mirrored bar back and includes a carved Tudor arch for staff with hops and hop leaves in the spandrels. The original counter has a frontage added in the 1960's and a flat terrazzo gutter a round it. The brick fireplace is original and the ply panelling added to the walls in the 1960's. The public bar retains its original bar back but was refitted in the 1950s and has a random stone effect counter and tiled fireplace from that period. The intact ladies toilet has red tiled floor and white dado tiled walls.

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