Stafford Arms, 11 Boyces Street, Brighton.
Fairy Belle A. L. Todd.
Boyces Street is a narrow thoroughfare between Middle Street and West Street in the old part of Brighton. It was probably developed by the mid-17th century, and still retains some interesting late 18th and 19th century buildings.
The Stafford Arms became the Becketts Head, and then from 1994 the Fiddlers Elbow. It was the first pub in Sussex to have cold flow Guinness (sold on draught, two degrees below normal temperature). It is still a thriving traditional Irish pub in the heart of Brighton said to serve the best and possibly the cheapest pint of Guinness in the city.