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Masons Arms, Southport - pub details

Masons Arms

Address: Anchor Street, Southport, Merseyside, PR9 0UT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 40260) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Southport (0.2 miles), Meols Cop (1.1 miles), Birkdale (1.2 miles)

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user reviews of Masons Arms, Southport

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Located up a side street. On our recent visit to Southport this pub was lively on a sunday evening, the side room we sat in was notable for its golfing memorabilia; we had Hartley's XB [now brewed by Robinsons] and it was an acceptable pint. Worth searching out if in Southport.
alehippy - 6 Jul 2016 19:44
Friendly backstreet local tucked away behind the Sainsburys supermarket. The landlady had a bar full of glasses left over from Christmas Day to clear up. But she was very friendly and welcoming. The pub is a small cosy affair with a TV that looks as if it is the centre of attention when the horse racing is on. Only one beer was on - Robinsons Build A Rocket. Possibly the best of 11 pubs I tried in Southport on the day.
blue_scrumpy - 28 Dec 2012 22:23
Great cosy bar with brilliant log fire in Winter. Friendly Landlady and good beer Love it
dazey - 30 Apr 2011 17:04
Only Unicorn available on my visit. Good condition but a rather bland ale. This should be a really atmospheric little pub but is totally ruined by the blaring TV in the corner showing soaps and other rubbish. To top it all someone then put the jukebox on as well. Not the best drinking experience I'm afraid to say.
GazzaTheBeerMan - 10 Jan 2011 13:37
Back-street Robinsons boozer, one of the few genuinely traditional pubs left in Southport town centre.
It's located just behind the main Lord Street thoroughfare and close to the station, and is easy to miss as the entrance is up a very quiet street.
It's tiny inside, with one main room and a curious snug accessed from one corner of the room rather than from the door. It's wood-panelled throughout, and this provides for a cosy, unspoilt atmosphere- the pub is very often busy with locals. It appears to be an Everton-supporting pub.
The snug is unusual with a glass cabinet displaying trophies and a collection of logs in the corner. Newspapers are provided to read.
The beer range is the usual Robinsons fayre-certainly not the best in town, with the two pumps usually dispensing Unicorn and a seasonal. Unfortunately, the Dizzy Blonde was off on my visit so had to make do with Unicorn, in fine form but rather insipid.
The pub is on the way to the Guest House, and although it can't match the beer range of that pub, it's bound to please the fan of traditional pubs, and as such I always try to visit here.

Carlurmston - 31 Mar 2010 18:17

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