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The Lloyds Hotel, Chorlton cum Hardy - pub details

Lloyds Hotel

Address: 617 Wilbraham Road, Chorlton cum Hardy, Manchester, M21 9AN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6968) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Trafford Park (1.6 miles), Humphrey Park (2.2 miles), Deansgate (2.7 miles)

Brewery: JW Lees and Co (Brewers)

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> Current user rating: 5.5/10 (rated by 15 users)
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A large Lees pub with a pleasant conservatory at the back overlooking the bowling green. Couple of decent cask ales. We had considered eating there, but the food menu was very limited so we ate elsewhere.
alexw - 24 Mar 2013 08:05
After deliberating over whether to go in here due to the place stinking of urine the last time I had been in, we went in here for some lunch today and got quite a shock. When we approached the bar we were told that they had no draught lagers. Then I noticed a sign behind the bar stating that the credit card machine wasn't working so card payments were not being accepted.

After ordering a bottle of lager and asking for a menu, we were told that the roast dinners weren't on but everything else was. This gave a choice of a burger, a fry up or a salad. My choice: drink the bottle of Corona and out the door.

This used to be the best pub in Chorlton when Bass had it and Dave was the landlord. You couldn't move in the vault on a Sunday lunchtime and people used to travel in from outside Chorton. Then it was sold to whoever owns Edward's and 500,000 spent on turning it into a glorified dump, followed by even more spent by JW Lees on turning it into the hole it is now.

No beer, no food, no customers, Mr Men books behind the bar. God help us.

The barmaid had nice tits though.
mr_buzzcut - 29 Apr 2010 16:26
This pub used to be one of my favourites. However, the landlord has recently changed and the management now seems to consist of self-indulgent dilettantes. The atmosphere has changed completely. Now you get the impression that you are doing them a favour by them letting you drink in their pub. I for one will find somewhere else to drink, where the landlord understands the concept of hospitality.
Bob51 - 7 Dec 2009 14:15
Hi- I am a fan of this pub. The limited choice of real bitter, is the only thing that lets it down. The JWLees did used to be a bit variable, but it HAS improved a lot. The ambience, staff, and live entertainment, are all excellent.
I don't understand why this site has reviews from 5 years ago, -and even one from 20 years ago!?- when pubs can change so quickly. The Lloyds has been very good since Marek took over as landlord a few years ago.
davetaylorbluespiano - 27 May 2009 01:50
Yeah but it's a Lees pub, so the beer is shite!
doncaosdelanada - 9 Apr 2009 06:44

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