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Blue Bell, Warrington - pub details

Blue Bell

Address: 27 Horsemarket Street, Warrington, Cheshire, WA1 1TS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11091) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Warrington Central (0.2 miles), Warrington Bank Quay (0.5 miles), Padgate (2.1 miles)

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There was a police car outside this pub on my Saturday morning arrival, with an area cordoned off. The pub was still open. But apparently there had been some trouble here the previous evening. The Bluebell was pretty disappointing. It's a Greene King pub and the solitary ale was Old Golden Hen. Even then, the barman was not sure if it was on or not. There were a few people in. But many were simply having breakfast.
blue_scrumpy - 2 Apr 2018 11:01
Mid-sized pub (all the building in the photo above is the pub) with 3 cask ales from major breweries, usually in acceptable condition at £2.50. Large range of basic pub food. Very close to train and bus stations and in the main shopping street.

Apart from the staff not knowing what a pint is (try filling the pint glass) there's nothing wrong with the place, but bland beer in an empty pub isn't much of a reason to visit, especially in a town with so many other options.

Oveonhisphone - 5 Feb 2014 06:16
Mid-sized pub (all the building in the photo above is the pub) with 3 cask ales from major breweries, usually in acceptable condition at £2.50. Large range of basic pub food. Very close to train and bus stations and in the main shopping street.

Apart from the staff not knowing what a pint is (try filling the pint glass) there's nothing wrong with the place, but bland beer in an empty pub isn't much of a reason to visit, especially in a town with so many other options.

Oveonhisphone - 5 Feb 2014 06:15
3 real ales on - Bombardier, GK IPA and the one I had London Pride was OK - reasonable ambience - room for improvement but getting there.
kernott1 - 13 Jan 2013 09:42
called in for a wells bomb beer ok pub was very quite only about 4 people in there
forestwood - 27 Jan 2010 23:53

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