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Reviews - The Red Lion Hotel by Marstons Inns

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9 Ash Brow, Newburgh, , Wigan, WN8 7NG
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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Overall score Guest rating scores since October 2012 Customer recommendation
Guest Reviews Based on 33 reviews
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92% recommended this accommodation to a friend 92% would stay again
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A wonderfully warm welcome
This is a fabulous wee hotel in the village of Newburgh. All of the staff are friendly , welcoming and a real delight.
The room was amazing ...warm and comfy ...like a home from home. Wifi connections were perfect.
The food in the pub is perfect ......very posh , very well presented.
The breakfast also amazing. Warmed croissants....has to be a first here in the UK.
Am only sorry that I did not find it sooner.

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Joan L

From Durham, UK
Who stayed in November 2012

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Friendly Comfortable Inn Accomodation
Friendly courtesy phone call prior to arrival. Welcomed promptly in main Inn & taken to room. Rooms spotless, modern, bath & shower, flat screen, teas & coffee, plenty of storage and warm. Breakfast, again friendly welcome, plenty of selection & lovely cook up. Inn very cosy, traditional but with modern edge!! Thank you.

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N Harvey

From Scotland
Who stayed in October 2012

Travelling alone

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Such a shame
Great value accommodation, in a lovely village. Breakfast was good too. Only complaint is the TERRIBLE coffee that went with it! Totally undrinkable. Seriously , worse than the cheapest motorway caff ever. Served by a woman who seemed underwhelmed to be there. What a shame, the rest was absolutely fine.

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Terence L

From England
Who stayed in October 2012

Couple

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