Tudor House Hotel, Wigan - pub details
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|Odd layout and an even odder hotel, from the looks of it anyway. They only had one real ale and a cider on, which was disappointing, and the place stunk of frying. I didn't stay and won't return.|
djw - 24 May 2013 23:29
|Tried my damned hardest to drink a pint from the Tatton Brewery (Gold) which after a few mouthfuls was found to be off. It had a distinct vinegar flavour. To be fair to the landlord he changed it for a pint of "Best" again by Tatton brewery with no qualms. This turned out to be a very good light ale, full of flavour.|
The pub itself does come across as being quite bohemian with black painted walls near the toilets. Unique layout of randomly placed furniture which includes very comfortable leather settees etc. It is seen mainly as a student place as the local college sits directly opposite.
I would say that the Tudor House Hotel, along with the Anvil, are by far the standout pubs in Wigan overall.
realalerules1983 - 27 Sep 2012 17:51
|The Tudor House was a good discovery in Wigan. From the outside, it looks like a hotel or a B & B. Inside it is dark and was very busy prior to the football match. Beers on were Acorn Bullseye, Moorhouses Pendle Witches Brew, Phoenix Humbug & Wychwood Hobgoblin. There was no real cider. But it looks like they normally stock one and Hecks Kingston Black had just gone off. We also sampled some kind of 80% rum and raisin spirit, that helped us to appreciate the game we were about to watch. The Humbug was good too. Big screens were showing live football. The staff were friendly and numerous.|
blue_scrumpy - 5 Feb 2012 13:33
|Sampled a sublime pint of "summer madness" by the phoenix brewery last week. Good craic with the locals. My only gripe is the ridiculous price of the jukebox. (2 Songs for £1) The nice young girl serving did however state that it was the jukebox company who set the prices and that it was out of their control. Bar food served at very reasonable prices. |
A solid 8 rating from myself.
realalerules1983 - 9 Jul 2011 18:41
|I found this by accident, as i'm not a pie eater. Glad I did as it has a good jukebox, two real ale pumps and a traditional pub grub menu. Beer garden is nice in sunny weather.|
realalerules1983 - 5 Jun 2010 18:00
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