I visited for an early sunday lunch and wow! The photos dont do it justice. We had a barnsley chop and mixed grill. Both were spot on. Good beer. Good food and nice service from the staff. What more could you ask for??
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The food at this establishment is good and I mean good, I had there burger with Lancashire cheese no gristle whatsoever pure meat, I cold find no issues with the meal, wife had gammon wand was just as impressed with her meal not a negative,...More
Thanks so much all for a special 30th meal. Loved the balloons and decorations too. The food, drink and service were excellent, I would happily recommend, see you soon!
I've been several times to the Brewhouse as it is a short walk from home, but never stayed overnight so can't comment on that side. The food and drink - both in its quantity and quality - is of a high standard. The service is...More
I booked this room through late rooms for a Saturday night, single room at a cost of £40. It's a 10minute drive from the town centre so the location was convenient. When I arrived I was pleased as the Brewhouse pub is lovely, modern, clean...More
I have been here many times for lunch and the staff are always nice and the lunch menu simple but tasty. You could have chunky chips or french fries with your meal. The lunch time menu is only £9.95 and is good value for money....More
I went with my wife and two friends for lunch on a Monday. I'm in a wheelchair, and the first thing I noticed was that we could park outside, and wheelchair access into the restaurant was very easy. It was very quiet. The landlord appeared...More
This was our first visit to The Brewhouse and we were very impressed. We went in for a light lunch and some wine. We were given a lovely welcome by a young lady called Katlan, (excuse if spelling is wrong), She took our drinks order...More
been here for a night only, the room was good size but not very clean and in need of refurbish! good mattress on the bed, very small shower cabin! i would go there again but not for spending the night, as the pub downstairs has...More