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Railway Hotel, Chorley - pub details

Address: 20 Steeley Lane, Chorley, Lancashire, PR6 0RD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 40266) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Chorley (0.2 miles), Euxton Balshaw Lane (2.2 miles), Adlington - Lancashire (3.1 miles)

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user reviews of Railway Hotel, Chorley

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Traditional boozer with decent cask ales, just behind the Manchester-bound platform of Chorley Station.
alexw - 29 Jul 2018 13:00
Tried a pint of Hobgoblin which, to be honest, wasn't anything to write home about.

Always amazes me how big this place is on the INSIDE.
Cracking little pub
Mistlethrush - 5 Jun 2013 01:55
Called in here on a very cold Sunday afternoon, the roaring fire was a lovely treat and its great to find a pub that understands the need to keep customers warm and happy.
Although the pub its self is looking a little tired the Boondoggle was a great pint served by a really friendly lady who was very smiley and chatty, a great find.
boltonbloke - 1 Mar 2012 22:45
Traditional street-corner local, unsurprisingly located just behind the railway station. Badged as a Jennings' pub, although like all their empire it now belongs to Marston's. It's just won the local CAMRA award although it never seems to be featured in the GBG for some reason.
Inside, although opened out it retains quite a bit of character, with wood and green leather seating quite prominent. The area to the right of the entrance door was once quite clearly a snug, and retains waist-level separation. It also features a roaring real fire and as such is a popular area of the pub.
The rest of the pub is more open, with guitars on the wall providing a musical theme. There is also a pool table.
Beers from Marstons/Jennings/Ringwood etc. range as you'd expect, with 5 available on my visit. Ringwood 49er was in good nick, although one does wish this empire would allow some guests to coutner it's same-y beers.
That said, it's a fine all-round pub and is round the corner from the equally strong Malt and Hops, and is convenient for the station, so definitely worth a visit.
Carlurmston - 20 Dec 2010 14:31

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