The Briton's Protection Hotel, Castlefield - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1127)
- Real ale
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City Road Inn, Manchester (0.1 miles), Peveril Of The Peak, Castlefield (0.1 miles), Rain Bar, Castlefield (0.1 miles), Revolution, Deansgate Locks (0.1 miles), Loaf, Deansgate Locks (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|True, it looks the part. But it's been all fur coat and no knickers for years. Have never had a decent pint in this place.|
berniestaples - 26 Apr 2015 11:20
|A grand old fashioned pub, narrow front bar and all sorts of nooks & crannies throughout, including a beer garden. A fair crowd was there, banter & laughter, engaged & efficient service. My diary says I had a pint of Briton's Protection, not sure if they had a house brand or I had a brain hiccup. Whatever, it was 3.50 & quite satisfactory. Top pub.|
Queenslander - 11 Sep 2014 23:23
|Love it!!! What a fantastic place, great people, great surroundings and great beer!!! I love my history, and in particular Manchester History, and the "BP" has it in abundance with murals on the walls and characters behind the bar.... We grabbed a quick bite to eat, service was really good, plenty of choice and all at a reasonable price. Highly recommend paying visit, if anything just to see the amount of whiskies on offer!! |
M11 - 29 Apr 2014 11:22
|First real day of sunshine in manchester and found myself sitting within the pleasant surrounds of the rear beer garden at the Britons Protection in town. Proper traditional pub nestled just perfect in the hustle and bustle of the city centre. Had a very nice club sandwich from the new food menu and a pint of real ale. Lots of quirky features about the pub that will last in my memory far longer than the exceedingly boring journey home on the train. Long May the likes of these real drinking establishments flourish and brighten our days ahead.|
Dieseldoo - 28 Apr 2014 22:12
|Recently been in the Britons protection not been in for a while seems like there has been some improvements but kept everything original in this old fashioned pub. Large beer garden at rear is very clean and has been painted including the whiskey flavour map on the wall as this pub is big for whiskeys. I had lunch here as i realised that they had a new food menu, the menu had a wide variety of choice and was reasonably priced. The food was nicely presented and tasted good just what i wanted for at lunch time. Ale was excellent and will be returning soon.|
john1976 - 28 Apr 2014 21:29
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