This public house was built in c.1840 and was originally named the Bedford Arms. It is a three-storey building with a centred Tuscan style portico on the ground floor. It was originally owned by Aldridge's Bedford Brewery, the premises of which were next door. When Brickwood’s Brewery bought the public house they closed the old brewery down. The inn is now called Bedford's. It is Grade II listed.

Bedford Hotel, Bedford Place

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Photograph, 1941. The entrance to Bedford’s Brewery can be seen on the left of the photograph.


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