Admiral Wells41 Station Road
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This Victorian pub is officially the lowest in England and is named after one of Nelson's pall bearers. There are two bar/lounge areas and conservatory dining room in the main building and a separate function room. Marquee and children's play area in the large garden. Next to the old Holme railway station and the East Coast mainline, the walls are adorned with photographs from the steam railway days. Up to five real ales normally available, and a cider in summer. Quiz every Tuesday including sound and music rounds and a special charity round. Darts played. Oakademy member.