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The oldest pub in Manningtree is still a traditional pub with a great selection of real local ales, an open fire, comfy chesterfield sofas, homely surroundings, friendly locals and staff. A unique take on food with customers bringing their own with...more
We visited here for lunch, sat down and went to the bar to ask for a food menu to be told they don’t offer food but you can go and get some food and bring it back and eat if there.
Nice little village pub...More
A fab evening doing the quiz with friends.. we were given a choice of tables having booked. We played scrabble whilst we waited for the quiz which was nice. The service was excellent. The strawberry gin was lovely however I would have liked a proper...More
We were looking for a small pub venue in the area of Tendring to hold a party for a significant birthday. We were planning on inviting about 60 people and having live music, running our own gig in a way with a famous name from...More
Lovely little pub in the narrow streets of manningtree -
Staff very welcoming and chatty along with the locals a very pleasant experience for me and my family .
We’d visited manningtree on a warm Sunday afternoon looking for a nice place to drink after...More
While I've been to Manningtree quite a few times I haven't been to the Red Lion before. A nice pub, with good beers and a pleasant atmosphere. Allowing takeaway to be eaten inside is an unusual feature and quite a good one. I expect I...More
It’s a lovely cosy pub - with a great selection of beers and good wine. You get to bring your own food if you want and they give you plates and cutlery. No loud music, nice wooden floors. Very chilled, and has character in abundance.