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Victoria Hotel, Withington - pub details

Victoria Hotel
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Address: 438 Wilmslow Road, Withington, Manchester, M20 3BW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13583) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Mauldeth Road (0.8 miles), Burnage (1.1 miles), Levenshulme (1.7 miles)

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Large, somewhat dark interior but nice to see a traditional pub with plenty of customers during the day. Decent range of beers and friendly service.
strangetorpor - 13 Apr 2017 10:34
A hydes pub that is good for watching sport in. Has 6 ales on, the regular ones include Hydes bitter and 1865, the rest are changing ales from Hydes. The prices are good and the lady who works behind the bar is friendly (and is also lucky when it comes to betting apparently). The only real fault is the way it's laid out as a pub can be awkward when trying to find a seat when it's busy.
Wezzielad - 1 Dec 2016 01:37
Hydes Original & Mild, Spin Doctor, Jekyll’s Gold (£2.20), + one unclipped. Large pub presumably amended to a mostly open-plan look, roughly in a four-quartered square. To the left of the entrance is a pool & dart room with black & white floor tiles, to the right a room open to the bar with upholstered wall settles & a couple of the tables here had a lower shelf, too rare these days, enabling safe drinks storage during a game of cards (usually crib, don or nap up here), or dominoes. There is a wooden bar canopy with some coloured lead lights and opposite (far left corner) the largest ‘quarter’, itself semi-divided by a wooden ceiling arch. Carpetted here, with some pristine studded-leather wall banquette seating in the shape of two large facing crescents. Bar-side of the arch had corner plasma showing 5-a-side (with sound!) which no-one was watching, an upright piano is unfortunately flanked by a quiz machine. Victorian prints adorn the walls, other furniture is traditional wood tables/chairs/stools. Some nice original exterior signage, in stone above door and at roof level. Rather quiet on my afternoon visit, but pretty good pub if you like Hydes, the Jekyll’s was on form.
trainman - 5 May 2009 21:46
Roomy, friendly and reasonably priced Hydes pub on the high street. Recommended.
man_of_kent - 15 Jun 2008 17:01
Excellent three roomed local with plenty of character and a mixed crowd. Serves well kept Hydes and occasional guest. Good for football or a quiet drink and has pool, darts and a beer garden.
Blumer - 26 Apr 2008 18:13

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