The Brinsop Country Inn, Westhoughton - pub details
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Royal Oak, Westhoughton (0.4 miles), Poacher, Blackrod (0.5 miles), Gerrard Arms, Aspull (0.9 miles), Hare and Hounds Hotel, Aspull (1.0 miles), Barristers, Blackrod (1.0 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Walking into the Brinsop is a bit like walking into someone's front room with all the Sofas. It was very quiet when I visited the pub on a wet Thursday evening. The bar staff are friendly & very polite. I thought that the prices are rather steep.|
I would visit the Brinsop again possibly to try the food.
Bowton_Lad - 26 Oct 2013 00:15
|Went into the Brinsop last Sunday, having driven past it twice a day every week for the last god knows how many years, I think the last time I went in must have been 2000?|
Anyway, I'll be visiting more often in future. Food was enjoyed by all, lovely cosy atmosphere and an interesting selection of beers including a few proper belgian beers which practically guarantees the place a gold star from me.
Don't be put off by the exterior which appears to be in the process of being redone, the inside is spot on.
Akita47 - 10 Dec 2012 12:44
|Still one of the few pubs in the area where you can get a decent pint of real ale. Last week they had an excellent Taylor's Landlord. Much given over to food with little in the way of atmosphere, except for the loud boors who hang around the bar.|
menelaus42 - 20 Jul 2008 19:36
|Before you all run off and check if I am a first time poster and come to the conclusion that I work at the Brinsop - I am a first time poster but I don't work there. I am not a regular but have been to the Brinsop on a number of occasions over the last few years, for lunch, dinner, Christmas do, a drink after work, a beer at weekend and before and after a match. I find the place very very welcoming, nice relaxed environment with excellent food. There are some locals who sit at the bar but they are friendly and don't make it appear to be "a local pub for local people". I would recommend it to anyone.|
dscooper - 10 Jun 2008 14:03
|Kitykat, you are clearly the same Diane that posted anon previously but signed it Diane Kay, a member of staff here. Your inappropriate use of capitals and "Mr Paul Young" gives you away.|
This pub has plunged to new depths, I fully expect more comments from one time posters defending this miserable place.
boltonbloke - 31 Mar 2008 13:56
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