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The Holts Arms, Wigan - pub details

Address: 18 Crank Road, Billinge, Wigan, Lancashire, WN5 7DT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37810) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Orrell (0.9 miles), Upholland (1.5 miles), Pemberton (2.1 miles)

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user reviews of the Holts Arms, Wigan

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After a visit to the Queen Anne in Golborne, my third pub in this area was the Holts Arms. It's a Marston's pub on the outskirts of Billinge. But, I was the only customer on my early Wednesday afternoon visit. But whilst there, somebody else did come in just in time for lunch. Ales were all from the Marston's range - Jenning's Cumberland Ale, Young's London Gold, Banks's Sunbeam & Marston's 61 Deep. Most tables were reserved for diners in the evening, showing where the pubs priority lies. It does however open all day, apart from Monday, when it is closed altogether.
blue_scrumpy - 8 Feb 2019 21:28
Now very much a trendy gastro spot, and probably the only time I have been in a pub with more people drinking gin than beer! The food does look good, and it's rather cosy inside, but not my favourite 'pub' in the area.
JonNgog - 12 Jan 2018 12:31
Good food, good beer, very good service, highly recommended.
TREFONEN - 7 Oct 2012 22:03
Dating from 1712 as can be seen on the outside, this timbered old place is definitely the most historical pub in the area. Also referred to as 'T'foot' as it stands at the bottom of Billinge Hill, it's charm extends to the inside which has a low ceilnig, is beamed and full of brass fittings and a piano (although unfortnately a TV is now on top of this!) Interior is cosy wit h a mixture of traditional and modern furnishings, such as leather couches, but this doesn't detract from the atmosphere. One long bar serves distinct areas at the front. To the rear is a restaurant room, and although there is an emphasis on food (as with many such pubs these days) it is still also very much a drinkers pub. The pub also sports a bowling green, not something many pubs in the area can boast. The real ales are from the Marstons/Jennings range and are generally pretty well kept. Definitely worth a visit if in the area.
Carlurmston - 3 Jun 2009 12:56

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