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The Boars Head, Poynton - pub details

Address: Shrigley Road North, Higher Poynton, Poynton, Stockport, Cheshire, SK12 1TE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 39614) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Poynton (2 miles), Middlewood (2 miles), Disley (2.2 miles)

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Miners Arms, Adlington (0.8 miles), Cask Tavern, Poynton (1.4 miles), Bulls Head Hotel, Stockport (1.4 miles), Horse Shoe Inn, Stockport (1.4 miles), Lyme Arms, Stockport (1.4 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

user reviews of the Boars Head, Poynton

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Excellent pub, dogs in vaults. Great beers, friendly staff and locals. The best ever pies, we shall return.
BillyH - 10 Jul 2016 00:24
Having been born down the road from "The Boar's Head" in 1955 I am somewhat acquainted with this fine ale house. My first visit was in my early teens when farmer Potts took a few of us workers into the tap room after a days hay making. My wage was half a crown and a pint of Boddington's Bitter.
I am now resident in Tyneside but often revisit my old haunt. My most recent visit was on 4/4/14 when I sampled the Black Sheep and Whale IPA. Both beers were on top form. The tap room has been treated to an excellent refurbishment with a roaring log burner and smart furniture. The welcome from staff and locals was warm and friendly. So, I am very pleased to report that all is well at my old stomping ground.
Sploosh - 5 Apr 2014 01:06
I'm surprised to be the first person to review this pub. I occasionally call in when walking along the Macclesfield Canal or the Middlewood Way (which is just across the road). Lyme Park is not far away either.

Anyway, it's a small friendly pub that always seems to be busy, certainly at weekends anyway. Very traditional layout, tap room to the right (with big screen TV), rather more plush lounge to the left (with roaring coal fire at this time of year), and a central bar serving both. Three handpumps, two in use yesterday, offering a Thwaites beer and Bateman's Rosey Nosey. Food also on offer though I've never had occasion to try it.
Dean_Lane - 10 Dec 2012 10:30

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