Prince Arthur238 Fleet Road
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A former plumber’s merchants (and before that, department store) in a two-storey building which is over 100 years old, converted in 1998 to the Prince Arthur by JD Wetherspoon and in July 2019 celebrated 21 years since first opening as a pub. The pub is named after Prince Arthur, the Duke of Connaught and Queen Victoria’s third son who lived in Fleet for five years in the 1890s when he was Commander of the Army Garrison at Aldershot. Locally brewed cask ales from breweries in Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey feature regularly as do Meet The Brewer and Tap Takeover events by local breweries. Food is available every day from 8am till 11pm and breakfast till 12 (midday). There is an extended floodlit garden at the rear of the pub which can accommodate 100 people and a separate covered smoking area. Fleet railway station is a 20 minute walk away along Fleet Road, two local buses stop very near the pub. Alan “ Howling Laud “ Hope, the long serving (20 years) Leader of the Official Monster Raving Loony Party, is a regular customer. A locally brewed beer is selected every month and is then permanently on sale for a whole month.