Archive 2018: Free Trade Inn

2018 Venue 10

Access to the public rooms of a traditional 19th century small urban pub. It is a Grade II listed building and is one of CAMRA's "Historic pub interiors of national importance". It retains a good Edwardian pub frontage. The pub was refitted around 1910 and has a very unusual layout. The pub bar at the front is wood panelled and has its original bar counter. The front window is stained glass. The rear room was originally a smoke room but is now used for pool. There is a small exhibition about the history of the pub including photographs and newspaper cuttings.

Near the top end of Castlegate on the left hand side
Saturday 12:00 - 17:00 & Sunday 12:00 - 17:00 No booking required

About the author 

Homer Lindsay

Retired Global ERP Financial Applications Analyst and Developer with an interest in people; places; photography.

A member of the Berwick Heritage Open Days Steering Group and its website developer.

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