Duke of Buckingham104, Villiers Road
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Large corner pub with Hodgsons' plaque above door. Retains two separate rooms, with a public bar on the left, and a saloon on the right, which used to be subdivided. Note the unusual curved doors on the way in (originally the pub had a revolving door entrance). The pub has a regionally important historic interior. The most notable feature being the octagonal, leaded skylight over the servery. Other original features include cornice, panelled dado, bar counter and some of the bar-back, fireplace. There is a rear garden as well as tables at the front. 15 letting rooms available.