The Red Lion Hotel by Marstons Inns


9 Ash Brow, Newburgh,, Wigan, WN8 7NG

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About the hotel

The Red Lion is the only surviving pub left in the beautiful Lancashire village of Newburgh. This traditional pub with its cosy corners and appetising menu is a hit with locals and visitors to the area. The 13 rooms are refurbished to a high standard with a modern contemporary feel.

Newburgh sits on the Leeds and Liverpool canal a short distance from Parbold and a few minutes drive from the M6 and Wigan; Newburgh is also close to attractions such as Martin Mere, Wigan Pier and Camelot and is attractive to walkers. In our recently refurbished bar and restaurant, our menu has a wide choice of traditional favourites along with selected dishes from around the world accompanied by our daily changing specials from the blackboard. We also serve a fine selection of cask ales featuring some of the renowned beers from Banks, Marstons, Jennings, Ringwood and Wychwood. For the wine lover we have a selection of wines from around the world with many of them served by the glass.

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Showing Thursday 26 November 2015 to Friday 27 November 2015

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Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
Family friendly
Cots available
Car parking available onsite
Wi-Fi Available , Meeting Facilities , In-room Broadband , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas , Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
Restaurant , Bar , Breakfast to go
In room entertainment
TV , [Channels] News , [Channels] Music , [Channels] Childrens
In room facilities
Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room , Hairdryer in each room
Ground floor bedrooms

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From 14:00 hours
Until 11:00 hours
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Pets are not allowed

Customer Reviews

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Very Good

All reviews (36)

89% would recommend it to a friend


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  • Mark Farnell

  • November 2015

Made for quality

At first we arrived at the pub/hotel...traditional and rustic.

We were greeted with the friendly very welcoming staff/owners of the property. Not long after we were shown to our room. From then on, everything seemed 5*

The food, the hospitality...everything was to the height of quality order.

From our experience here, we are in serious talks of returning.

  • Colin E

  • October 2015

High Quality Budget Stay, Lovely Breakfast and Great Service

Booked only because of proximity to an event we were attending and good reviews - for budget priced accommodation attached to a pub this is a very good standard of accommodation, and certainly comfortable enough for people to enjoy for a short break if visiting the area.

Set in a rural village setting, good sized car park with a welcoming traditional pub atmosphere, busy serving evening meals which looked nice. Rooms are in a block at the back of the pub and able to access independently when the pub is closed, our room was clean and seemed freshly decorated, wardrobe, flat screen TV, tea & coffee making with a decent shower / bath combo - it had all the comforts of a high street budget brand. This was made even better by the excellent breakfast choice, lovely none greasy breakfast choice, along with cereals, juice etc, all with a friendly smile. Highly recommended for couples looking for something comfortable in a rural location - you could have all your meals here to supplement your stay.

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