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The Dutton Hotel, Manchester - pub details

Dutton Hotel

Address: 37, Park St, Manchester, M3 1EU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20534) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Manchester Victoria (0.2 miles), Salford Central (0.8 miles), Manchester Piccadilly (1.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 21 users)
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Tysonthebeerhound - 13 May 2013 09:01
This has always been a Hydes pub from what i know so the person who had Holt's must of gone to a different pub. If you thought The Jolly Angler was stuck in a timewarp check this place out! Its got 1970s written all over the place and some of the dust must still be from there aswell. As far as i know there are 3 pubs in this area The Derby brewery arms which is very close to the Joseph Holts Brewery, The Berwick which doesn't sell real ale and The Dutton so its worth taking a stroll up there as there is an all you can eat Indian on the main road. The beer was kept pretty well although for our lager drinkers the Harp wasn't on so carling was the second choice. Has two anvils in the window which i bet are worth a bit. Give this pub a try if you like weird and strange pubs.
Caskales - 7 May 2011 09:34
Having recently ticked off every pub (not bar) in the city centre and surrounding area with a pal of mine. I must recommend The Dutton for character, friendliness and not least a decent pint. Yes, there are better pubs in Manchester like the Marble and Thom's but the Dutton as crept on to our 'best of' list by the characters in the place and the welcome we get from them every time we go back.It's also within running distance for the last train from Victoria. A classic local boozer in the city centre and there aren't many of them! Give it a try before it's too late.
thediggler - 25 Feb 2011 11:09
We made a special effort to find the Dutton Hotel, partly due to several revues suggesting it was some kind of classic backstreet boozer.

Located behind the MEN/Victoria station area, just near the bottom of the Cheetham Hill Road, the approach via Park Street was carpeted with broken car window glass and dumped rubbish. At the far end of Park Street, itís on the corner with Dutton Street, just before the drug rehab centre to the right. If that doesnít raise your expectations, then you wonít be too surprised by the insides. Smelling like the smoking ban may not always apply in this area, it was very quiet, the few locals not really acknowledging our presence. The floor & seating were pretty damn filthy. In one room at the far end of the pub, there seemed to be some kind of sports screen set up. The smaller central bar area was decorated with a huge collection of old-style brass blowlamps. Unusual, but not unattractive.

The only real ale is a Holts Bitter, which we have to say was in excellent condition. And £2.20 a pint will definitely please some. But that aside, it felt like a very run down pub in rough area. We canít see any reason to return.
Roy22 - 6 Feb 2011 16:45
Very quiet at lunch time to put it mildly. In fact a good chance of having the place to yourself. Beer OK though - Hydes Bitter.
TheGuiltyOne - 26 Jan 2011 12:27

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