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Millers, Ulverston - pub details

Address: Mill Street, Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 7EB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 36626) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Ulverston (0.4 miles), Kirkby-in-furness (4.7 miles), Askam (4.7 miles)

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user reviews of Millers, Ulverston

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had a bland corporate feel - ale was okay but more eatery really.
Snarling_Mallard - 18 Jan 2018 17:34
Now called The Mill at Ulverston, The wife and I popped in here on a Saturday night for the first of 5 pubs in Ulverston that feature in the 2016 GBG. We arrived here around just after 8.30pm and it was just filling up.

Inside the 5 bar staff franticly tried to serve everyone, for a few minutes it was chaos but they soon got their selves together.

10 hand pumps each with a different ale on, I had a pint of the local Stringers brewery Plan B @ 4.3%, though the selection was excellent and I was I had more time to sample a few of the others.

We moved outside to the front of the pub and managed to bag a table.

The building is an ex flour mill and you can see the restored waterwheel as well as a few other original features still in place.

Upstairs there's a restaurant and also a first floor outside terrace, I didn't go up here but it was also busy.

I wish I'd spent more time here or even returned the following night but I had 4 other pubs to visit.
lezford - 29 Jul 2016 13:32
Now refurbished and renamed the Mill Hotel, this slate building has been taken over by Lancaster Brewery and is thoroughly modern inside.
It's large and airy, with two main rooms at the front and rear of the bar. Both have sofas and contemproary furnishings creating a modern feel, It's not without character though, as there are stone floors and a big mill wheel through a glass panel in the centre of the room to provide interest.
Beer wise, it's excellent- the 4 usual Lancaster brews were avaialable, Dark, Red, Blonde and Amber, plus guests including 2 from York Brewery- War of the Roses indeed. Newspapers are provided and food is served.
This is a good new venture in Ulverston and increases the range of beers available in the town by some way, and I would definitely recommend a visit alongside the Swan and Rose and Crown, two rather more traditional pubs .
Carlurmston - 7 Aug 2010 11:49

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