Waggon & Horses

Hampshire - Hartley Wintney

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: Not listed

High Street
Hartley Wintney
RG27 8NY

Tel: (01252) 842119

Email: Kaesy_steele@hotmail.com

Real Ale: Yes

Real Cider: Yes

Lunchtime Meals: Yes

Public Transport: Near Bus Stop

Bus: Yes

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A pleasant Victorian local on the main street, probably refitted in the 1930s and with limited changes since. To the right of a central passage is a small saloon with a counter, bar back and brick fireplace all seemingly dating back to the Thirties. On the left the public bar consists of two small rooms which have been joined together. Both parts retain their 1930s parquet flooring, counters and bar backs with some modern additions, but the brick and part-timbered fireplace may later. In the corridor a former small square hatch to the servery is now blocked. A veteran drinker here since the Sixties recalls no changes in his time.

A pleasant Victorian local on the main street, probably refitted in the 1930s and with limited changes since. To the right of a central passage is a small saloon with a counter, bar back and brick fireplace all seemingly dating back to the Thirties. On the left the public bar consists of two small rooms which have been joined together. Both parts retain their 1930s parquet flooring, counters and bar backs with some modern additions, but the brick and part-timbered fireplace may later. In the corridor a former small square hatch to the servery is now blocked. A veteran drinker here since the Sixties recalls no changes in his time.

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