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The Hare and Hounds, Blackburn - pub details

Address: 78, Lammack Rd, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB1 8LA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21461) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Ramsgreave & Wilpshire (1.2 miles), Blackburn (2.1 miles), Cherry Tree (2.6 miles)

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Sportsmans Arms, Blackburn (0.5 miles), Hole I'Th Wall, Blackburn (0.6 miles), Royal Oak Hotel, Blackburn (0.6 miles), Knowles Arms, Blackburn (0.6 miles), Stanley Arms Hotel, Blackburn (0.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

user reviews of the Hare and Hounds, Blackburn

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We spent Boxing Day evening in Blackburn. The Hare & Hounds was our second stop after the Rising Sun (not listed on here, but I'll request it to be added). The Hare & Hounds is in the current Good Beer Guide. It's a fairly large single room that was busy on our visit. There are a number of screens showing live football, including one massive screen. With conversation fighting with music and the football commentary, it was very noisy. The real ales were Moorhouse's White Witch, Bowland Bumble & Hen Harrier, Lancaster Black and a house beer called Hare of the Dog (a pale ale, possible Moorhouse's Blond Witch). This was certainly a place with a lively atmosphere. We moved on from here to what proved to be our favourite pub of the day (the Drummers Arms, a micropub which I will request is added) and the St Mark's Conservative Club (I won't bother with that one).
blue_scrumpy - 27 Dec 2018 22:04
Unfortuantly this pub, like the area, has gone down hill. The new owners are doing a fair job trying to improve things, but the clientele are just tattoo infested, lager swilling retards, no doubt with children called Chantelle, that they drag in with them, whilst getting into there usual comatosed state,
good luck.
ElTell - 11 Oct 2014 13:53
I have been going in the Hare And Hounds for a number of years and was impressed to see the place smartened up, but thats where the positive ends.

I have seen a local pub be transformed into a "teeny bopper" hang out which has driven us regulars away. The place has lost its character and is slowly being turned into a carbon copy of its sister pub The Knowles Arms.
anonymous - 12 Jan 2006 20:13

Local people know that the nearby Knowles Arms has been transformed over the last few years - probably for the best, but the owners are trying to make the Hare & Hounds into a mini Knowles Arms.

Unfortunately the 'local' feel of this pub has now been killed off. The place is far too small for what they are doing with it. Local people have been pushed out and the place has been taken over by Knowles Arms' overflow. Great..........not.
anonymous - 12 Jan 2006 20:02
From the owners of the knowles comes a up and coming pub from dowdy grandad pub to a place for everyone try thr quiz on a monday night ~ free food as well yum!
anonymous - 23 May 2005 12:24

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