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The Manor Farm, Rainhill - pub details

Address: Mill Lane, Rainhill, Prescot, Merseyside, L35 6NE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23172) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Rainhill (0.8 miles), Lea Green (1.5 miles), Eccleston Park (1.6 miles)

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Visited here on the day after boxing day and was pleasantly surprised by the beer. The place is a bit gloomy, but some people might call that "character".
The real ale on offer was Pedigree and Marston Christmas Cracker. The Pedigree was as good as Pedigree gets and the Christmas Cracker was a really nice pint. Prices were also reasonable.
PerivaleElvis - 29 Dec 2010 11:33
this pub needs taking back to what it was 3 or 4 years ago . been frequenting the manor for 10 years or more and got some great memories of the old Sunday nights when it would be totally rammed for the ' play your cards right " and every man and his dog would be in the beer garden in the summer . There was a quality carvery downstairs , the staff were great , and the beer always spot on .It was a bit cliquey but always a warm atmosphere
How times have changed . walk in on a Sunday evening now and you will most probably be greeted by an empty pub , dis-interested teenage barstaff ,the remnants of lunchtime food service still on the tables and a general tiredness of the pub as a whole .Bit sad really ,got everything in place in terms of building and location to be a great charachter pub .
acheekyone - 2 May 2010 10:24
Appalling ! I risked a visit on Saturday (note - a Saturday night !) 10 May 2008 as an acquaintance had advised me that The Manor Farm was "offering real ale again". What a disappointment ! Sure, they had two real ale pumps, but the clip was turned round on one of them and the other showed no signs of ever having displayed one. The black-shirted youth (the de rigeur uniform I assume) behind the bar, who enquired as to my choice of refreshment received the followong polite request:

"A pint of the cask ale, please" The response:

"We haven't any real ale", cue:

"Presumably you'll be putting a new barrel on later ?", cue:

"No. Not tonight, not Sunday and not for a few days"

What is the point of proudly displaying real ale pumps in an Olde Worlde themed pub but only being able to offer the traditional and noxious UK chemical fare of Carling et.c ? Not being able to offer a pint of real ale on the hottest night of the year so far (and a saturday at that)is, at best, incompetence; not being able to change a barrel or order enough supplies is plain daft. I will not be re-visiting for some time !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ECLKWRIG - 12 May 2008 13:34
On the whole, an extremely average establishment, although it does a mean pint of carling. I would reccomend staying away from the tasteless kronenberg and the ugly guinness. One of the bar staff was suitable for the job, a young, glamorous sort, however she was in the minority with the rest of the staff either ineffective or aging.
scottish_magician - 11 Mar 2008 14:20
This is just about as rural and rustic as it gets around these parts. What a fine, fine pub it is! Located in the more affluent climbs of the area, you need not worry about loutish behaviour and violent crime. For those with less barbarian tendencies, the Manor Farm is the pub for you! Good food, good service and a reinforced plastic covering suspended over a well - what more could one ask for? Well, Sky Sports maybe...
irish_magician - 10 Mar 2008 20:52

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