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Canute Castle Hotel

Picture source: Bob Pearce


 
The Canute Castle Hotel was situated at 13 Canute Road. This pub is now used as estate agents offices.
Source: Bob Steel
 
Dating back to the early 1850s when Sam Stevens a local builder was recorded as the publican. It was a fully licensed premise familiarly known as the Canute. The Hotel was built to cater for travellers passing through Southampton Docks. In the early 1900’s it was tied to Perkin’s Globe Brewery and 1925 saw it taken over by Brickwood’s Brewery before finally becoming a Whitbread premise in 1971. It stood empty between 1991 and 1993 when it reopened as the Trawler Bar which was a free house.
Bob Bates (November 2013)
 

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