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Bridge Inn Hotel, Port Sunlight - pub details

Bridge Inn Hotel

Address: Bolton Road, Port Sunlight, Bebington, Merseyside, CH62 4UQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 39433) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bromborough Rake (0.6 miles), Bebington (0.6 miles), Port Sunlight (0.6 miles)

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user reviews of Bridge Inn Hotel, Port Sunlight

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We called in here at lunchtime last week for some alcoholic refreshment after visiting the nearby Lady Lever Art Gallery and the excellent Port Sunlight Museum.

I agree with AleMan70’s comments that the Bridge Inn has character, but it is very tired and in dire need of refurbishment.

According to a chalk board only two real ales were available; I opted for a pint of Director’s which was OK, but I like to watch my beer being poured, so I am always rather suspicious when the barmaid disappears into another part of the pub and returns with my pint.
steve2905 - 21 Oct 2013 07:16
Hadn't been here for a while. The Bridge has character, but getting tired and in need of some updating. Food is simple but good and offers value. Limited options for ale, and a bit disappointing. If your in the village its handy for a quick bite to eat.
AleMan70 - 18 Oct 2013 11:54
Large, typical pub in this pleasant Victorian 'model' village. It's split into main parts, a hotel, a reastaurant, and a pub. The pub is large and open plan, albeit with some features of interest such as a wood-panelled separation pillar with a real fire on each side. TV sport features prominently, with most areas catered for. Was busy on a Saturday afternoon with Everton fans, a good-natured atmosphere prevailed.
Beer-wise, the choice wasn't great, with only Marston's English Gold available- in OK condition but rather bland.
Not a must visit.
Carlurmston - 27 Feb 2011 11:51

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