The Vine, Dunham Massey - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4792) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
Brewery: Samuel Smith's
other pubs nearby:
Rope and Anchor, Dunham Massey (0.3 miles), Swan With Two Nicks, Little Bollington (0.6 miles), Ye Olde No 3 Inn, Little Bollington (0.9 miles), Stamford Arms, Little Bollington (0.9 miles), Axe and Cleaver, Dunham Massey (1.0 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Nice outside area in the summer. Very good prices.|
The barmaid seemed a bit odd last time I went in - seriously slow. Also, it's nowt special inside.
Northern_Ale_Monkey - 19 May 2010 09:24
|An excellent, characterful multi-roomed country pub with well-kept, good-value beer. Very pleasant beer garden for the occasional sunny day.|
Heatonian - 11 Jul 2009 16:20
|The pub is for locals and has character. |
But why were we told on Friday - 'no dogs allowed' as soon as we entered? A country pub where you can't take your dog - (in at least one room) seemed very strange to me.
Especially as it's not exactly newly decorated and posh inside.
I would have thought they'd have welcomed the custom as I'm sure there are plenty of dog walkers who would go there as part of the walk on the canal
Scottie_chorlton - 17 Mar 2009 09:21
|Cheap, probably the best prices in town, Samuel Smiths bitter as of August 2008 is £1.56 a pint and a decent pint too. The pub has the character of a bygone era (similar to the Romper,old wilmslow road nr Manchester Airport before it was lovingly commercially trashed)it is many frequented by locals or visitors that drive due to its remote location, although their is a warm welcome to all. Thier is a large car park and a good size garden with 4 rooms and plenty of seating/tables to go around even on a busy evening. Beware this pub still closes at 10.30pm on a sunday and bank holidays. |
Jagcat - 26 Aug 2008 02:17
|I've not been in for a while- the pub has changed hands!! (probably a while ago). Bitter tastes a lot better than before (it used to have an aftertaste...). New menus & good service. Lots of nice nooks and crannies to sit in.|
marcusmuck - 25 Mar 2008 18:04
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