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Had a great time in this traditional pub. Great staff. Especially the little barmaid. She was about 54 and 5ft tall. Really good sense of humour and very welcoming. Seemed to have a good sense of what the locals wanted. I've never trained bar staff...More
Wanted to write this review for a long time but after seeing November's review felt it was time as this place is a gem of a pub. Old school comfort. Welcoming and friendly. The beers great, the staff are courteous friendly and accommodating. I feel...More
I used to train staff in pubs
I can only imagine this is a pub with sadly an absent landlord
This tiny barmaid bossed her new colleague around then disappeared upstairs for half an hour
Does she not see the cctv, perhaps she can't see...More
A pub full of history we called in for a quick pint after a 7 mile walk from Morecambe (the long way round). Very friendly staff, beer reasonably priced, small beer garden to the side. Now I know the history of the pub, will probably...More
In an age where so many pubs are being turned into soulless trendy wine bars it is lovely to find an unspoiled, down to earth traditional pub. The bar staff were really friendly and even helped me with my shredded bunions after wondering round wearing...More
My go-to pub when passing through Lancaster whether with friends or solo. Friendly staff and customers, very reasonably priced drinks, wing back chairs and a roaring fire in winter, beer garden in the summer. Often hosts live music and other events, open late.
Not a local but been down in Lancaster a few times and this is the place to be for an Open Mic night on a Tuesday night.Great music and crowd that is there for the music.Great atmosphere and a chance to see the Lancaster legend...More