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After all, people will always want food and drink, and entertainment. They’ll always want a quick passage to Dover too. And what quicker, finer passage could there ever be than the stagecoach? And now, despite the coffee, you start to feel drowsy. Maybe it’s the warmth of the fire, or the close fug of pipe smoke and the smell of the roasting meat on the spit. You doze, and you start to dream. In your dream, you drift through the wall and out into the courtyard, a ghost, invisible and silent, but still alive.
Yes, this is the room the George’s more literary fans fell in love with, the room that makes serious American men of letters turn into Dick van Dyke in Mary Poppins, the room where even Dickens is reputed to have kept a regular seat. One of the old high-backed settles is still around somewhere. According to the National Trust the design is definitely eighteenth century, but the wood is much newer. They also note that the beams across the roof are made of Baltic pine, which suggests they are from the nineteenth century.
1 So if an inn such as the George – an inn described by the clergyman and historian Mr John Strype in his Survey Of The Cities Of London and Westminster in 1720 as ‘very large, with a considerable trade’ – wishes to remain in such a position, it must now compete not only with the other inns and alehouses of Southwark, but with the coffee shops as well. The coffee room at the George is the best room in the whole inn. Light and airy, it’s the perfect place to relax, read and gossip, and you are joined in doing so by local businessmen and gentlemen and the inn’s residents, visiting London from Kent, Surrey, Sussex and further afield.
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