O'Neill's9 High Street
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Re-opens on the 4th of July. See website for details.
See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.
The pub opened as a Charringtons pub named the "Golden Arrow" in the 1960's, complete with a railway signal erected on the pavement outside. A regional British Rail office was located above and behind the pub.
The railway connection is now lost, and instead we have a spacious single bar O'Neills with the normal grey/green colour scheme, very convenient for bus, rail and tram travellers alike. Lots of tables and seating, including on the patio in front of the pub. Dogs not allowed inside but permitted on the outside patio.
Real ale introduced in March 2014 with three handpumps, In 2018, real ale availability was sadly reduced to Sharp's Doom Bar only.