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Marine Hall, Fleetwood - pub details

Address: Wyre Borough, The Esplanade, Fleetwood, Lancashire, FY7 6HF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14165) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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Just tried to visit this pub but the bartender told me it's now no longer open to the general public but its only open for booked functions. It appears there was a wedding reception on at the time of my visit, otherwise it would probably of been shut! A pity really as it had been a great pub when I first visited a few years ago.
cgrogan - 2 Jun 2012 16:16
I hadn't been to this pub before the refurbishment. Reading the comments below and not being from the area I kept an open mind when I went last Saturday night. It was indeed quiet to begin with but the place started to liven up a bit later on. I personally didn't mind the decor at all and thought the place looked pretty immaculate without being sterile. Give it time to be lived in a bit and I'm sure it will have character. The bar staff seemed friendly and the pints of Lytham Cunning Stunt were delicious and well kept, despite the place being open three days a week. Really not that bad!
jraclarke - 12 Oct 2009 17:12
Well what can i say,this has gone down hill big time.As others have reported the new decor has done nothing to help matters.I visited on a saturday and the beer as bad as the paint job.I was the cellarman when ben unsworth was in charge, how things have changed for the worse.This bar won many awards for the beer and had a great following of people,but i fail to see how you can keep beer perfect when open only three days a week.This bar was allways full over the weekend and a good crowd every night.This is no fault of the long standing staff,but yet another one of the councils master plans for improvement.I would say the only way forward is to put it out to tender and hope for the best.How the mighty fall.
princessanne - 6 May 2009 12:05
Until not very long ago this was a pleasant lounge bar with comfortable red banquette type seating, a fairly mature clientele, motown or similar style music playing in the background and 8 handpumps dispensing Moorhouses Premier and 7 ever changing guests. In this guise it won the local CAMRA pub of the year 3 times in about 7 years. Sadly it has now been ruined. The walls are painted light blue and all the red seating has gone to be replaced with high wooden tables and dining room style leather covered chairs. All the mature clientele have gone and have been replaced by empty space at 8 p.m. on a Saturday. The music was pumping R & B style and much louder than previously. There are now only 3 handpumps and the only thing that hasnít changed is that Premier was still on the bar along with Pendle Witch and a Three Bís beer when we called in on Saturday. The bar is now only open Friday Ė Sunday as well. The bar staff (one of whom has worked there for 30 years) are extremely unhappy with the changes and I donít blame them. Itís now a characterless place that certainly wonít repay the councils investment in the ďimprovementĒ. Itís a real shame.
ROBCamra - 23 Feb 2009 11:51
Oh dear. I have visited this venue for a quite a few years and I always thought it was THE best pub for beers in Fleetwood. Whilst the update is a bit "marmite" (love it or hate it) I think the beer choice has gone downhill massively. 3 handpulls now (Pheonix Navvy and a special cask beer to celebrate 250 of John Smiths when I was there at the festival) instead of 8 plus reduced hours and days open. Not sure why they did all of this but I agree with previous comments. Was sooo much better than this before.
mikey_b - 22 Feb 2009 12:13

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