Olde White HartFrimley High Street
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This large building, once a coaching inn is now a fairly typical chain pub. The original multi-room layout has been knocked through, although the different areas, retain something of a separate character. The bar is directly opposite the main entrance and to the right is an area closest to a traditional bar, with plenty of space for drinking. To the left the pub opens out into a space with a variety of different types of red leather seating and paisley wallpaper, from where you can continue through up a single step into the restaurant area, where food is served all day. This is the most impressive part of the building, a baronial hall with a high fully-rafted roof. The walls are adorned throughout with pictures of Old Frimley. A covered smoking area, is on the outside patio to the rear of the pub.