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The Cross Guns, Westhoughton - pub details

Address: 25 Bolton Rd, Westhoughton, Bolton, Lancashire, BL5 3DG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23280) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Westhoughton (0.4 miles), Daisy Hill (0.7 miles), Hag Fold (1.5 miles)

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This pub has now closed for good. Admiral have sold the building on condition that it can only be used as a restaurant or off- licence. It has been purchased by a local businessman & it is scheduled for demolition. A new building housing an IT business will replace it.

I hope that Punch & more recently Admiral Taverns are proud of themselves. Ten years ago this was the best pub in Westhoughton but corporate greed has finally killed this pub!
Bowton_Lad - 24 Oct 2013 02:50
have read the comments above about this pub its a shame that it has lost the heart and sole ull be pleased to know as of wednesday 14th march there will b a new landlady and im 100% certain the customers wil not be treated likethat and as for hygeine well is that notone of the most important things o take care of who wants to drink in a mess to those regulars that are no longer there you should pop in to the open evening on saturday 17th march 2012 to meet and greet :)
pedley22 - 10 Mar 2012 10:29
A nice friendly pub that is well worth a visit.
The beer is spot on.

EricTheKing - 20 Mar 2008 20:26
This pub used to be a place where all locals enjoyed getting together. However, since the latest landlady and landlord have taken over they have managed to drive out all their best customers leaving it with a terrible atmosphere. This is mainly due to how very rude they are to their customers including calling them names when they have left premises, shouting and nagging people for money before they have even had the chance to order a drink etc. The hygiene levels are poor and the beer tastes like it has come from the sewer on some occasions and if it doesn't you get a pint of froth at very expensive prices.
anonymous - 15 Oct 2007 16:52

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