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The Bispham Hotel, Blackpool - pub details

Address: Red Bank Road, Bispham, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY2 9HY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25605) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Layton (1.4 miles), Poulton-le-fylde (2 miles), Blackpool North (2 miles)

Brewery: Samuel Smith's

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> Current user rating: 7.6/10 (rated by 14 users)
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A short tram ride from the North pier and I alight at Bispham for the 5 minute walk to this Art Deco pub, as I approach I immediately think it's closed and on it's wrong was I!

The large circular wooden bar is in front of you as you enter and they have full Samuel Smiths range on offer. I order a pint of Sovereign bitter and am blown away when the barmaid charges me £1.82...why don't we have pubs this good & cheap in the South !!

The interior of this pub is stunning, the vast majority of the Art Deco features have been kept and there's Art Deco style mirrors hanging in the 2 rooms that flank the main entrance. Original coving around the walls and the centre dome is also still in place.

Busy on my visit with the majority being blokes over 50 who are chatting in groups and studying the horses.

Visually stunning inside, cheap and cracking beer, good banter all in all this is a superb pub.

10/10 for me and I don't give this score often.
lezford - 20 Aug 2015 14:08
Excellent value pub - as has been said it is £1.80 for a pint of Sam Smith's Bitter and very good it was too - I had a second! Art Deco interior and it apeared to be used more by locals than tourists even though it is a very short stroll from the tram stop. Well worth visiting just for the cheap beer if nothing else. Friendly lady behind the bar. I am always amazed by Sam Smiths - everything they sell is their own brand (no Bacardi just White Rum - even the crisps have their own brand on them). Recommended boozer.
mcroyal - 27 Aug 2013 12:04
back in blackpool and again visited this brilliant pub. beer still 1 80p a pint! (other pubs take note)! very friendly staff/clientel and probably the best pint i had during my stay in blackpool. looking forward to returning.
hendrixlives - 9 Sep 2012 15:13
visited this pub whilst staying in blackpool,superb sam smiths beer on hand pulled pump and bar well run by jackie. lovely olde fashioned feel to it,no tv and it did'nt need one! well worth the 2 mile tram ride from blackpool 1 80p a pint too! will definately return on my next visit to blackpool. excellent all round.
hendrixlives - 19 May 2012 13:13
Situated at the far northern end of the Promenade, the interior of this pub is reminiscent of a Wetherspoons with its open plan interior and noisy drinking environment. It's a Sam Smith's pub with Old Brewery Bitter available on handpull. The place was quite busy with only one person serving. She was doing a miraculous job considering the number of people who were waiting. She'd clocked the order of everybody arriving at the bar and served them in the correct order or 2 at a time. This is definitely the sign of a good barperson. Needless to say she was unable to collect glasses. As a result the place was looking very untidy. The landlord/landlady obviously don't care too much for retaining customers.
blue_scrumpy - 6 Aug 2009 20:58

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