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The Guest House, Southport - pub details

Guest House
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Address: 16 Union Street, Southport, Merseyside, PR9 0QE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4607) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Southport (0.4 miles), Meols Cop (1 mile), Birkdale (1.4 miles)

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I've had a couple of recent visits to the Guest House, whilst in Southport. My first was in October. It's still a really down-to-earth town pub with multiple rooms, where you can either engage in conversation with like-minded people or find a quiet corner for a touch of solitude to perhaps read a book. Ales on my October visit were Acorn Phantasm, Ossett Yorkshire Blonde, Courage Directors, Castle Rock Harvest Pale, Thwaite's Wainwright & Lightfoot, Adnams Bitter & Caledonian Deuchars IPA.
blue_scrumpy - 4 Feb 2018 16:42
Traditional friendly excellent real ale pub. Best in Southport by some way in my view.
mike_s - 18 Jul 2017 12:04
Good traditional pub, pleasant staff, friendly customers and well kept ales, the Westwood 'Cheshire Cat' & Southport Brewery 'British Gold' were both nice.
alehippy - 9 Jul 2016 14:01
A really great pub in a quiet area just off the main street. A proper traditional pub with, 3 separate rooms, a tiled floor, dark stained wooden panelling everywhere, lights on mini-chandeliers, a bar with glass panels above head height (giving the impression you are being served through a hatch. Walls are decorated with such things as cigarette cards, brasses and period advertising.

And to top it all off there is a great range of beers as well. I thing I counted 11 handpumps – including Theakstons Old Peculier. I had Palmers Copper ale which was very nice. I was also offered a set of third tasters if I couldn’t make up my mind.

I didn’t eat, but the menu looked very interesting with things like pies, jacket potatoes and sandwiches at very reasonable prices. I will definitely eat there next time.

8/10 – surely the best pub in town !

Martinsh - 22 Sep 2014 22:15
Good pub which seems to offer well served beer, and the tasters given by staff was a nice touch. Worth a visit.
AleMan70 - 3 Oct 2013 08:53

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