A traditional backstreet pub near the heart of Cambridge. Most of the fittings are from the 1970s but it is a faithful reproduction, making a small pub with exceptional character. The tiny snug is original, measuring 6ft by 5ft. The rest closely resembles the old pub with only the loss of a partition that created the off-sales, and the small right-hand bar amalgamated with a sitting room to double its size. The public bar is centred around a coal fire. There is bench seating out front and a walled garden at the back. The pub sells real ales and ciders and meals.