101 Waterloo Road
Open all day
The Waterloo Arms is a small 1930s 'improved' public house in the Hop Back style. 'Roman' brick fireplaces form the focal points at either end of the stem of the 'T' shaped pub, the bar being in one limb and a settle and tables filling the other.
The Waterloo boasts a large conservatory and attractive garden at the rear, which welcomes families. The conservatory is also available for private functions.
Traditional pub games are available from behind the bar. Naturally you can find the whole range of Hop Back beers here to try at your leisure.
The pub has belonged to Hop Back since 1991, in which time there have been improvements to the cellar and smartened the place up a bit and improved the trade and food sales dramatically. There is a conservatory/function room to be added soon, next to the beer garden at the rear. This sports a boules (petanque) alley.
The pub tends to get very busy at the weekends, but Tuesday evenings are quiz nights and it is necessary to get there early to reserve a table. The local CAMRA branch can be found at The Waterloo Arms every Sunday lunchtime.
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