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The Black Bull, Turton - pub details

Black Bull

Address: 167-169 Bolton Road, Turton, Bolton, Lancashire, BL7 0AF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23299) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Entwistle (2.1 miles), Bromley Cross (2.2 miles), Hall I' Th' Wood (3.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 8 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Olive's Bistro & Wine Bar, Edgworth (0.3 miles), Rose and Crown Hotel, Turton (0.4 miles), White Horse, Turton (0.4 miles), Chetham Arms, Turton (0.5 miles), Willows, Turton (1.0 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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Called in after a very pleasant walk round Wayho, on a Sat lunch. Not especially busy but made very welcome and we had two children with us and muddy boots. Staff very friendly and after ordering food on a whim we were very impressed. All well cooked, fresh and very good value. Very cozy inside with a mix of seating and rooms. Good beers though think they had more on last time I was here but no complaints. A very nice place, well worth a visit.
Gurkha - 5 Jan 2011 10:51
Stone built village pub in a pleasant spot near the Wayoh reservoir- very handy for walkers. It remains its traditional layout, with a small, simple bar room to your right and a games room with pool and darts to your left. There's a seperate lounge room at the back which is substantially larger. The two rooms feature original fireplaces and are pretty cosy. By the lounge room there is an extension into a restaurant which overlooks the garden outside. Theakstons best and Bombardier available, and also a guest from Wychwood. Tried this and it was very nice. Had no problem with service whatsoever although I visited in the afternoon when the pub was quiet. Nice boozer and handy for walkers, would return again.
Carlurmston - 18 Jun 2009 13:05
Though quiet,service was poor with all 3 staff more concerned with going outside to smoke.Guinness was a little sour when a complaint was made no effort was made to resolve it.Ended up having to BUY yes BUY another pint of beer in its place.Baguettes were stodgy and tasteless. Lovely location could do with a change of staff to get it going.Another case of "the staff are doing you a favour by taking your hard earned cash.
pira - 28 Mar 2008 12:30
Good food and ale in a pleasant rural location. Worth a visit - why not combine with a visit to the White Horse?
alexw - 28 Aug 2007 08:13

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