COLOURFUL  ROMSEY

The Corn Market

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The Corn Market

The Corn Market

The Corn Market

The Corn Market

The Corn Market

The Corn Market

The Corn Market

The Corn Market

The Corn Market

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Tudor Rose

This modest looking house has a very long history,

though its role as a pub can only be traced back to the 19th century.

The building is made of massive oak beams placed close together,

as was the style in the 15th century when it was probably constructed.

Upstairs, above the bar, is a half timbered Tudor Hall, of impressive quality.

There is a stone fireplace at one end.

Because of fire regulations the room cannot be opened to the public.

During its earlier years as a public house it was called the Bugle.

This property was a high status meeting place.

If you are interested in the pubs and inns of Romsey, the book,

So Drunk He Must Have Been To Romsey,

published by the LTVAS can be purchased from the Visitor Centre.

Tudor Rose

Tudor Rose

Tudor Rose

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The Dolphin Hotel in the corn market

There is an impressive Regency façade to the building that was once the Dolphin Hotel.

Older Tudor bricks in the cellar had long suggested a greater age for the basic structure.

It is now part of the Bradbeers Department store.

If you are interested in the pubs and inns of Romsey, the book,

So Drunk He Must Have Been To Romsey,

published by the LTVAS can be purchased from the Visitor Centre.

The Dolphin Hotel in the Cornmarket

The Dolphin Hotel in the Cornmarket

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