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Harp Inn, Little Neston - pub details

Address: 19 Quayside, Little Neston, Cheshire, CH64 0TB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13131) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Neston (1.1 miles), Flint (3.6 miles), Heswall (3.8 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
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Visited recently on a warm, sunny afternoon. 4 ales available. I had Peerless Triple Blond which was very nice. I sat outside and gazed over the marshes to Wales. Several birdwatchers had scopes set up on tripods and were scanning the marshes. The road improvements seem to have led to an increase in car owners, cyclists and walkers which I've no doubt has increased the pubs business.
wirraldrinker - 29 Apr 2018 15:58
Nothing at all attractive about the inside of this basic pub but there are good views over the Dee estuary from the tables outside (although the pubs in Parkgate have much the same view but without the factory chimneys in Queensferry being quite so visible). The Holts bitter was very good, I might even say excellent - other ales available this afternoon were Hobgoblin, Peerless Triple Blonde, Timothy Taylor Landlord and Caledonian Autumn Red. Very suitable for walkers and cyclists (but don't bring a credit card because they are not accepted).
paul_d102 - 15 Nov 2014 19:42
I used to the Harp quite regularly 17 years' ago and visit it whenever I can. Went last weekend, and the two beers I had were in good condition: Peerless Crystal Maze and Triple Blonde. The Triple Blonde was particularly good. Timothy Taylor's Landlord is still there, Holt Best was the other beer.
There is no food at the weekend, but then it really ain't big enough to do Sunday lunches. Think it still does food during the week. If the weather is good, then there are plenty of seats outside.
Well worth the visit!
nonecker - 31 Mar 2014 23:13
I don't think anything has changed in this pub since other reviewers visited. It's certainly not easy to find but well worth the effort. Reasonable choice of cask ales including one from Peerless. Lots of photos of ye olden days when the Harp catered for local miners - hard to believe there was once a coal mine next door.

No food beyond crisps and nuts and not much in the way of atmosphere either. I suppose you go here to look at the salt marshes and the louring skies and ponder your mortality but it would have helped enormously if the barmaid had cracked a smile while we were in.
Dean_Lane - 8 Mar 2013 15:59
A real local pub and in a fantastic location. Beer in great condition and superbly kept. Good selection of beers made the long walk worthwhile and being able to take the dog is a bonus. We sat outside as the weather was good but could have gone inside if we needed to with no worry about said animal. Peerless Triple Blond and Holts Bitter were very good. A visit any time of year is a must.
cannyannie - 11 Mar 2011 11:23

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