Historic Pub Interiors

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A pub with a regionally important historic interior

A pub with a regionally important historic interior, the result of CAMRA's pioneering effort to identify and help protect and promote the most important historic pub interiors in the country.


An historic pub interior of regional importance

64 - 65 Shore Street, Gourock, PA19 1RF

Tel: (01475) 632042


Public Transport: Near Railway Station (Gourock)

Listed Status: Not listed

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Small drinkers pub built in the 1890s that retains its original seven-tier back gantry and U-shaped bar counter. The public bar has good cornice-work and two old mirrors but the panelling and seating areas date from 1990s. The rear sitting room with '2' on the door has some fixed seating, which is possibly inter-war. Originally, the left hand door led to a ladies' snug but the partition was removed some years ago - its position was where the terrazzo trough around the base of the bar finishes. Look for the stuck-on lettering high up in the right hand porch advertising 'Campbell's Edinburgh Ales' and various spirits.

Monteiths, Gourock
Public Bar