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The Hope Inn, Stockport - pub details

Hope Inn
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Address: 118 Wellington Road North, Heaton Norris, Stockport, Cheshire, SK4 2LL [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Heaton Chapel (0.8 miles), Stockport (0.9 miles), Reddish North (1.3 miles)

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Railway, Stockport (0.1 miles), Nursery Inn, Heaton Norris (0.3 miles), Navigation Inn, Heaton Norris (0.3 miles), Midland, Heaton Norris (0.4 miles), Magnet, Stockport (0.4 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Excellent pub, comfortable with a good selection of well kept real ales. Good service and good prices recommended.
bellevueace - 28 May 2017 18:45
A toss up between the magnet and this pub for best pub in the Stockport area. Great range of real ales all in house beers. A must starting point in Stockport.
T.Jones - 16 Aug 2015 11:53
The first pub I visited (out of 4 on my list) on the main road to Manchester – and the furthest from the centre. The first thing to note that it is at the top of a steep hill, so you’ll need a drink by the time you get there ! Substantial brick building advertising “Hardy’s Ales” – which I assume is their own Fool Hardy brewery. The main entranceway immediately leads to two doors. To the left is the “continental beer bar” and to the right the “real ale bar”. Be careful which you choose – there is no way to get between the two without coming outside again ! [ For those desperate, the gents is easier to reach via the real ale bar ! ]

Both rooms are open plan, with various types of seating. The actual bar in the real ale room features ceramic tiles set into its wooden structure.

There were 9 or 10 beers available, of which 4 were their own. For some reason all their beers begin with “R” – they also seemed very much alike from the descriptions given. I tried the Ravenous Romp, which was reasonable, but nothing special.

7/10 – worth the walk, but only just.

Martinsh - 8 Feb 2015 19:08
Excellent choice of ales including their own Foolhardy ales plus guests. A decent sized pub with outdoor seating at the rear. Well worth a visit.
alexw - 25 Jul 2014 22:53
11 ales on. about 4 of their own, 2 from Outstanding and the rest are guests. another quality establishment in Stockport. they also do quality pork pies. I think they need to do up the ale room (turn right) slightly to match the continentals room (turn left) but other than that, this place is a must
juninhocrunch - 23 Jul 2014 10:10

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