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King Edward VII is nineteenth-century, Grade II-listed pub which was once called the King of Prussia, before it changed its name to this altogether more-patriotic moniker shortly after Edward VII’s death in 1910.
It’s known by locals today as King Eddie’s
Establishment from outside very deceiving – There’s a sunken bar upfront, as well as a dark-wood saloon bar to the right, a back function room and a beer garden out back