closed 1911 circa
last owner Greene King
12 High St
grid reference TL 671 454
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last updated 02/12/2013
Also listed in Market Place.
Closed in early 1900s & demolished in 1920s. A Greene King pub at time of closure
The "Accommodation" coach to Cambridge (via Linton) left from the Greyhound every Monday, Wednesday & Friday whilst the "Telegraph" coach to Colchester (via Halstead) left from the Bell every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday.
The Greyhound Hotel was sold as part of the sale*** of Haverhill Ward’s brewery to Christmas’ brewery in 1894 and was then described as follows:
“On the Upper Floor: 5 Bedrooms, Commercial Room, Lavatory & 2 Storerooms.
On the Ground Floor: Bar. Smoking Room, Sitting Room, Kitchen and Pantry; with 3 cellars in basement.
Large Stable Yard with stabling for 12 horses, Coach House, 2 Lofts, Skittle Alley, Harness Room and Club Room”
(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)
(some old PO directory information courtesy of londonpublichouse.com)
(*** historic sale details supplied by Graham Nunn)