Duke of Cambridge82 Coltham Road
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A traditional homely and very welcoming pub converted from 17th century cottages about 200 years ago. The public bar has a solid fuel wood burner and original wooden beams, heavily decorated with pump clips. There are 2 small TV's for sporting events, though these often have the sound turned down to allow conversation or may be tuned to Music TV with a low volume. The quieter lounge has been tastefully refurbished, has its own bar and a warming coal effect gas fire. A rear room caters for functions and beer festivals and has a pool table, darts board and large screen TV for sports events, and is served via a hatch from the main bar. Children are welcome in the rear room until 21:00. Various events are held, Monday nights host an in pub Cribbage competition, a Charity Vinyl night is held on a Wednesday once per month (Dig out your own LP's or Singles and book a slot), Acoustic folk music events are regular. Traditional bar snacks, Cobs, pork pies available. There is a beer garden at the rear of the pub with several tables on slabbed and grassed areas.