A historic pub interior of some regional importance
This pub is currently closed (since 01/09/2018)
Listed Status: Not listedLittle Common Lane
Country inn built as two cottages in 1850s and still with three little altered small bars despite the attempts of Youngs Property Company to over-modernise it. The tiny front bar retains its c1960s counter and some old dado panelling. Sadly Youngs ripped out the old bar back fitting when they purchased the pub in 2006 but some old wood remains in the servery area. Another small bar on the left has another c1960s counter and once again has bench seating following Youngs ripping out the original and the new tenant purchasing a replacement in 2008, and a brick fireplace. Another rear bar with an old counter and red tile fireplace is used as a dining room. Even the toilets are outside but now under cover.