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This is a large tidy looking Victorian detached corner pub with outside area. The pub is in a white render with yellow string courses and around the windows. It has a touch of the 17th century to its looks, with a pair of Dutch gables mounted by finials. The windows are modern. The interior has a couple of rooms, the bar at the front and a quieter back room. Both are in a gold patterned wallpaper, with wood panel. There are red leather perimeter seats, and stools. There is a pool table and a few TVs, which were showing the cricket - a large pull down screen wasn't being used. There was a brick fireplace with a gas fire and a large 'Builder's Arms' mirror above, but no other pictures really. The music, sadly, was charty based and a bit loud. The service was friendly and there was a reasonable mix of locals in. Beer; usual tap stuff with a decent Banks's MILD and Sunbeam on handpull. A nice experience, slightly dampened by the music, but i would happily pop back here for one.
On 1st June 2013
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- Real Ale : Yes last updated 01 June 2013 by Alan Hurdle