Myddleton Arms52 Canonbury Road
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Smallish two-bar very traditional pub of probably Victorian origin on a main trunk road. The bar occuipes a central space of horeshoe shape and it and the bar back are of interest of the period as well as old features in the windows (coloured glass and etched glass) and the cellar opening.
Named after Sir Hugh Myddleton, who cut the New River, to bring water from Hertfordshire to London. Split level garden with shelter and heating. Pleasant walled garden at the rear accessible by steps down from the bar.