Lamb Hotel, Eccles - pub details
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|Classic Edwardian Holts pub.The mild idsuperb,best pint during 2 weeks in England recent visit.I am sure the bitter is just as good.|
oldandmild - 25 Sep 2012 04:26
|Great feel to the place, a traditional Holts house. One of a dying breed, I sincerely hope this pub continues to thrive.|
anybody - 26 Aug 2011 20:51
|Another impressive Eccles pub architecturally. But sadly only Holts Bitter & Mild are available for real ale drinkers. A large lounge is on the left as you walk in. To the right is a snooker room and a tiny public bar. The bar itself curves around from the public bar to the lounge and features some great woodwork. Elsewhere, a staircase with some original tiling dominates the central section of the pub. Very impressive interior. Pity the drinks selection is not more extensive.|
blue_scrumpy - 22 Dec 2010 19:51
|The third, grand pub built by the Holt's brewery in Eccles. A red brick and terracotta affair, standing opposite the Metrolink terminus. |
The vault has a separate entrance. On the other side of the bar is a drinking lobby, with an 'open' room opposite, separate 'Bar Parlour' and a magnificently unspoilt 'Billiard Room'. This has raised seating throughout to enable people to view the games. The table, apparently, is the original, installed when the pub was built in 1906.
Holts Mild and Bitter on pump, the fridge was stocked with a full range of Holt's ales - I had a bottle of Sixex - a 6% porter priced reasonably (but oddly) at £2.02.
Of the three grand pubs of Eccles this was my favourite and I could have lingered here a bit longer.
holbornboy - 15 Sep 2009 22:25
|This pub has got everything you want: friendly staff and regulars, immaculately preserved Edwardian interior (including the large billiards room), cheap, well-kept Holts bitter and only a short stagger back to the tram stop.|
m_j_t - 7 May 2009 19:46
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