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Langleys

(formerly Bourne Inn)

80-82 Pevensey Road
Eastbourne
BN21 3HT

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This pub is permanently closed.

About the Pub

Inner town local features one large bar, pool table, darts team and outside seating. It has an impressive interior. A three-storey pub of brick and stone rebuilt by Kemp Town Brewery (architect J L Denman) in the 1930s - note the plaster KTB signs on the exterior. Built as the Bourne Inn - see the stained and leaded windows above the front doors. The right hand main bar, which was at least two rooms and possibly an off sales originally, has a wonderful segmented ceiling with plasterwork grapes and anthacus leaves picked out in black and green respectably on the cornice and three sides of 'beams' throughout. The fielded panelled vestibule and brick fireplace with a wood surround on the right are also survivors from the 1930s but the bar counter and bar back look more 1970s and the fixed seating looks post-war. There is a gap in the wall on the left to a separate room with a barrel vaulted ceiling, fielded panelling to picture-frame height all around the room, the Art Deco wood surround of the 1930s fireplace remains but it blocked-up, another vestibule entrance (disused) and the fixed seating looks post-war. High up at the rear of the room is a lattice screen with more grapes and anthraces leaves and what is like a minstrels gallery behind.

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Langleys, Eastbourne

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Langleys

80-82 Pevensey Road
Eastbourne
BN21 3HT

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50.7701, 0.291551

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