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Twelve Tellers, Preston - pub details

Address: 14-15 Church Street, Preston, Lancashire, PR1 3BQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 44565) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Preston (0.5 miles), Lostock Hall (2.8 miles), Bamber Bridge (2.9 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 4 users)
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user reviews of Twelve Tellers, Preston

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A huge echoing barn like Wetherspoons. Typical of their mega bank conversions.
JonNgog - 3 Sep 2019 17:52
Sunday morning in Preston and on my way to the football ground I had to stop at this brand new Wetherspoon's conversion of the former Trustees Savings Bank.

The Twelve Tellers is very grand with original chandelier lighting hanging from the ornate ceiling in the main room as you enter. The 2 original marble entrances with gold painted gates are still in position either side of the entrance through to the bar.

I counted at least 10 hand pumps on the bar. As the bar was mobbed I plumped for the first ale that caught my eye which was Moorhouses Twelve Tellers @ 4.4%, I assume this is brewed exclusively for the pub.

Restored wooden panelling lines the walls on which hang a couple of very nice original paintings in addition there are 2 extensively wood panelled former boardrooms that have tables and chairs in.

A stunning building that has been well restored by Wetherspoon’s and turned into a decent pub. Packed at 10.30am as Preston North End were playing Middlesbrough at noon.

Doesn't appear in the GBG (yet) but deserves a tick.
lezford - 1 Sep 2015 14:09
Newly opened Wetherspoons in (presumably) a former bank. The interior is pretty spectacular, with globe lights arranged in chandeliers , pillars holding a high ceiling, wooden panelled walls and a green paint scheme. Tables arranged spaciously in varying sizes – up to about a 12 seater. There is even more space further back. 12 handpumps, serving 7 guest ales and the usual Spoons promo suspects that I avoid like the plague ! I had a very nice pint of Bank Top Dark Mild.

No need to say anything about the menu (I didn’t eat), except that it was expensive for Wetherspoons, and there was no Sunday roast.

6/10 – one of the better Spoons – lets see how long it stays that way ?!

Martinsh - 16 Jun 2015 21:48

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