Mildmay ColoursFore Street
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Originally a manor house built in 1617 and renamed the Mildmay Colours in the 1960’s in honour of the late Lord Anthony Mildmay of Flete, an amateur jockey. His Grand National racing colours can be seen on display. The former brewery site was transformed into ensuite accommodation. The house beer (Mildmay Colours) is now brewed by Skinners. There are a number of adjoining areas away from the bar and a function room upstairs. Three local beers are always available. Food is served 1200 - 1430 (Fri - Sun) and 1800 - 2100 daily (not Sun, Mon).
Sadly, the pub has been reported as closed (August 2019). However, new tenants are believed to re-opening the pub in time for Christmas 2019.
Please note that the opening hours may change at short notice.