Externally unassuming town pub that must once have been dismissed as being nothing exceptional, but now appears on CAMRA’s National Inventory of historic pub interiors. Still bears Ansells livery. The interior, remodelled in the early 1920s, has a main bar to the right of the door, snug at the rear, and smoke room to the left with an astonishing inglenook fireplace with built-in seating. This features on the cover of CAMRA’s book of Britain’s Real Heritage Pubs. Now taken over by a consortium of local brewers so you might expect so see the likes of Purple Moose and Great Orme.