Royal Standard39 Nuxley Road
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Began life as a pub in 1862 and was completely re-built in 1929 as a three storied gable fronted building with mock-tudor arched doorway. It has wooden panelling around all the walls together with several separators with stained glass and an interesting stained glass panel of a ship at the far end of the bar. It has one long open narrow bar. To the rear is a conservatory for families. Note the large Charringtons mirror. There are televisions which show live sport and a pool table.