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The Burton Arms Hotel, Manchester - pub details

Address: 31 Swan Street, Manchester, Manchester, M4 5JZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 38289) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Manchester Victoria (0.4 miles), Manchester Piccadilly (0.7 miles), Manchester Oxford Road (0.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 5 users)
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user reviews of the Burton Arms Hotel, Manchester

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Pub number 1 on my guide in 50 more pub crawls from Camra. Doesnt look much from the outside and I entered with some trepidation. Waiting at the bar whilst the barman turned on all the TVs for the Man City vs. Chelsea game. This gave me plenty of opportunity to read all the signs proclaiming that your valuables would be nicked, you musnt take drugs and any suspicious behaviour would result in a life time ban. I hoped that this didnt included attempting the saduko in their complimentary daily mail. The pint of holts was fine but I'm sure it would have better if it was served with a smile.
Mappiman - 23 Mar 2012 21:28
Last post pretty accurate. Came in here to watch the football at the weekend. Nothing amazing but a basic locals' pub which was not unfriendly. Couple of hand pulled ales on draught. Not bad if you fancy a pint in an earthy Manchester city centre boozer.
thehonesttruth - 16 Nov 2011 22:57
Rough-and-ready locals pub set on a busy main road that also does clean, cheap accommodation. Currently under Marbury Taverns (I believe ex-Punch) this is primarily a pub that serves a regular clientele with fairly cheap lager, keg bitter and Guinness, though it has recently added a couple of handpulls to the bar, serving both very good Holt's bitter and a rotating guest from the likes of Lees and Thwaites. The breakfast is nothing too special, being a decent-sized but low quality fry-up, but the pub, if you take it at face value as a lively inner-city local, is actually not bad (be warned: it gets packed on pool league nights).
pablos13 - 11 Nov 2010 11:18

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