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Blue Boar

Blue Boar


Silver Street,


Look beyond the Grand Georgian frontage of the Blue Boar Inn, both literally and historically and you will find buildings of rich architectural and social interest as well as sophisticated blend of charm and character reminiscent of a bygone era.

The measured symmetry of the Regency frontage which looms over Silver Street conceals an array of ecliptic buildings that have grown over a 650 year period.

The oldest part of the complex is the timber framed range immediately to the left as you pass through the coaching archway from Silver Street, this dates back to the second half of the 14th century.

In the 1750’s the Blue Boar was a stopping off point for the Maldon Stage ‘fly’ a coach which ran between Southminster and Aldgate, London and by the turn of the century was one of the principal coaching inns in the town.
Today, the inn has gained further reputation as an ale house with usually 5 fresh ales on tap brewed on site at the Stable Brewery

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Map reference: TL 849071  Lat: 51.73223 Long: 0.67627

By Road:
From A414. Situated next to Maldon church in town centre.

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