Admiral1 Broad Street
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Formerly a cottage, outhouse and pigsty in 1830, and later opened as a pub in the 1867. It's a small village pub of unusual wedge shape in the Clifton Conservation area. It is now a freehouse with up to 5 real ales, some bottled craft ales and one cider in spring or summer months. Traditional games of cribbage, darts and dominoes remain popular. Regular live music and a monthly quiz. Great British pub food served daily, plus Fish and Chips on Fridays and big weekend breakfasts and a Sunday Roast and Monday steak nights. The pub has a wood burning stove and lots of nautical artefacts.
- East Bedfordshire Branch Most Improved Pub of the Year 2018