Boatyard Inn, Riley Green - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12335) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served
- Outside seating, Car park, Smoking area, Air conditioning, Disabled access
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|Large modern pub situated on the Leeds/Liverpool canal, and it does have its own boatyard. Popular place for boaters and drivers. Food wise its a a cut above the standard pub fayre, with a reasonable variety of dishes. Has a selection of cask ales and a fine selection of wines. Also does B&B. It can get busy, especially on summer weekends. Its a destination pub set in the Lancashire countryside, situated on a main road. |
Narrowboater - 7 Feb 2011 19:11
|Can't comment on the Landlord as we didn't meet him but this is a pleasant pub in country surroundings right by the canal bank.|
Menu a little limited and a tad pricey but I'd like to think its because its not the standard microwaved brewers fayre.
Some excellent real ales on tap, its just a pity you'll need to take the car!!!!!
boltonbloke - 3 Dec 2007 01:23
|If you want proper home cooked food that's not on the same menu like most pubs, fab Sunday carvery, good family atmosphere and lovely friendly staff, beautiful location, then this is the place for you. Tim and Tracey, the Landlord and Landlady are also the friendliest, most hospitable, funniest couple you could ever meet. Have a drive out, you won't be disappointed and you will tell your friends! |
greenwoods - 11 Feb 2007 01:31
|Modern, nice looking place by the canal. Unfortunately the unfriendlyness of the pub dog is matched only by that of the landlord. Take my advice and spend your money somewhere more deserving.|
anonymous - 25 Jun 2006 11:18
|Went here for Sunday lunch recently. Very friendly bar staff, nice selection of food, excellent carvery. Get there early though, it does fill up. Bit far out so you'll need the car.|
stainto - 30 Nov 2005 19:10