As you step through the old 'Coaching Days' entrance, you could be forgiven if you thought you could still hear the hooves of horses on the setts and flags that continue to recall bygone times, and although it's a different kind of 'busy', you'll still find plenty going on.
This photograph, taken before opening time, portrays the fact that only yards from the busy main street and bus routes, is a peaceful haven for you to experience.
The outdoor, but covered, decking area on the right of the photograph gives visitors a pleasant option on warmer days, and the background reminds us of former splendour, and the Derby Assembly Rooms, and other things reminiscent of a four-storey, coaching-house, town centre days.
You can also see an entrance to the main bar areas, with the entrance to the lounge on the left. via the glass porch.
A huge bar is required to serve the equally spacious lounge, provided with plenty of options for those who'd prefer to stay upright to socialise. The lounge can also be accessed from the Guild Tavern via an internal corridor. All our bars attract a mixed-age clientele.
For details of what lies at the far right of this photograph, visit our 'GAMES' page.
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE:
THERE IS A CASH MACHINE IN THE LOUNGE
FOR CUSTOMER'S USE.
Come and do your business, or catch up with your
friends in the comfort of the Bull and Royal.