Charles Holden198 High Street
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Fully reopening 17 May. Check website for times and to make bookings.
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Note the original tiling at the front of the pub which has recently been restored. A light, airy pub. Tables and chairs to the right are set out for dining but to the left is bar stool style seating and tables and further round are sofas. Decorated with paintings and pictures by local artists which may be purchased. Ramped access to bar area at front of pub. At the back of the pub a raised area with tables and chairs overlooks the large garden which includes a bottled beer bar. Heated marquee which has TV for rugby overflow. The Charles Holden is named after the architect who designed the Grade II listed tube station opposite (see board just inside the front door for more about his career). Was the Colliers Tup (2005 - April 2013) and originally the Victory. Operated by Laine Pub Company from April 2017, previously New Pub Co (ex Massive).