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Swan With Two Necks
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Address: Princes Street, Stockport, Cheshire, SK1 1RY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32492) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Stockport (0.5 miles), Heaton Chapel (1.3 miles), Reddish North (1.6 miles)

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Robinson's pub next to a modern shopping centre. It was apparently saved from demolition despite the development of the area. The pub has plenty of character, with a tiny front bar and a couple of old rooms at the rear. I sat in the drinking corridor in between, which was decorated with Halloween items. I also chose the Freddie Brewger seasonal beer from Robinson's. Unicorn & Old Tom were the other cask ales. Old Rosie cider was also available. Snacks are served. A pub with plenty of character.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Oct 2018 21:03
An absolute gem. There are some good pubs in Stockport but this is perhaps the best. Characterful, small but perfectly formed and beautifully maintained.

I was served two very nice pints of Robinsons by two very pleasant young lads who seemed to be running the place. What is more they refused to serve the inebriated racist standing at the bar spouting his hate filled views ever more loudly, telling him he had had enough.

Bravo lads! Great pub!
strangetorpor - 19 Jun 2018 19:55
Came in here after visiting the Brewery. There's two sides of the bar and another separate room to sit in. The young lad behind the bar who seved us was quite friendly (and even checked up on us to see if we were okay after we sat down) and so were the locals that hung out on the other side of the bar. I was quite surprised when i asked for a pint of the Old Tom amd was avtually served it (seeing as it's an 8.5 pervent beer). I was always under the impression that if a beer was particularly strong you could only get it in a half, may be it's weaker from a cask, I'm unsure, but it was lovely and very well kept. The only thing that I thought was a bit odd was the closing time, I did come on a weekday but the young lad behind the bar started informing everyone that the pub was going to close at 7. May ne they are just realists about the fact it may be quite dead at a later time? I'm not sure but definitely a pub to come to if around Stockport, but it may be best to come on the weekend if you want a session.
Wezzielad - 10 Dec 2016 22:14
A Robinsons pub that is an architectural gem. Very long and narrow, with a small snug at the front (which I didn’t frequent because you couldn’t see what beers were available), a bar opening into the main passageway, and then another room on the left behind the bar with dark leather seating, wooden panelling and a large fireplace.

Unfortunately only 2 of the 6 handpumps were actually in use, serving Unicorn and Old Tom. I had a half of the latter – and was charged over £5 a pint !

The only bar staff were two very young lads, neither of whom looked more than about 15 ! The only customers were 3 very elderly gents (all about 65-70) propping up the bar, complaining how cold it was !

5/10 – a great building doesn’t necessarily mean a great pub !

Martinsh - 8 Feb 2015 19:10
Sorry below should say 1892!
georgefox - 28 Sep 2014 17:33

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