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The Victoria Hotel, Cleveleys - pub details

Victoria Hotel
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Address: 183 Victoria Road West, Cleveleys, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY5 3PZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 28134) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Poulton-le-fylde (2 miles), Layton (3.1 miles), Blackpool North (4.1 miles)

Brewery: Samuel Smith's

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> Current user rating: 7.3/10 (rated by 18 users)
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A huge corner plot Samuel Smiths pub which is a brisk walk from Cleveleys tram stop and another pub that's in the 2015 GBG.

Externally the pub is very attractive, a sturdy brick frontage gives way to a wooden beamed interior as you enter off the main road.

The main bar area is open plan and very large with seating around the outside and in little booths that give the pub an even more open plan feel to it.

On the bar is the full array of Sam Smiths drinks, again I opt for a Sovereign bitter and its £1.82 a pint...top draw.

Concreted area to the front of the pub with bench seating and a grassed area with a hedge around it. There’s an old fashioned looking shop with Samuel Smiths ales and advertising in the window.

A lovely building, surprising interior, good ales, excellent value...what more does a Southerner want when he's up North….9/10.

lezford - 20 Aug 2015 14:10
First time we had been in this very big pub. Thursday afternoon. Apparently the new manager has done a great job at this once run down place, so say the locals. We found them friendly, the beers were very good and the prices cheap. There were not too many in but all were friendly and had tales to tell. Of the many bands and large function room that used to be very popular when it was in use before the stopping of music and the likes in sam smiths pubs a few years ago.Well worth a visit, built in the 1930s and always been a Sam Smiths . Nice open fires and the like,
noggin46 - 20 Feb 2012 20:38
like gods waiting room however the extra stout was sublime and at the remarkably low Samuel smiths price of 1.99pint! Barman was friendly and the building was very interesting,beat most of the blackpool pubs hands down ,8/10
fat_beer_badger - 7 Sep 2011 15:01
Weird pub. Big pub, interesting architecture and the beams inside seem out of place in such a large place. Didn't test the ale as not a fan of OBB, but stout was fine. Seemed a bit lifeless. Not long for this world?
dry_riser_inlet - 5 Sep 2011 11:17
Large, lifeless pub but the beer (OBB) was drinkable.
keith253 - 29 Mar 2010 16:55

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