Saturday, June 22, 2024

Ale Trail : Wrightington, Appley Bridge & Shevington

BOATHOUSE Mill Lane, Appley Bridge, WN6 9DA.
Overlooking the Leeds & Liverpool canal, the pub has a homely cosy feel to it. A large covered beer garden with plenty of tables, lit and heated at night. Serves up to 3 cask ales. Closed on 30th September 2018 – unsure if permanent or temporary.
Links: [whatpub] [website] [facebook] [twitter] [tripadvisor] [instagram]

CORNER HOUSE 9 Wood Lane, Wrightington, WN6 9SE.
This multi-award winning restaurant serves up to 2 cask ales.
Links: [whatpub] [website] [facebook] [tripadvisor]

PESTO AT THE DICCONSON ARMS 206 Appley Lane North, Appley Bridge, WN6 9DY.
Opened as an Italian Restaurant March 2015 after a full refurbishment. High-backed chairs, wooden rafters and a part-wooden floor. Serves up to 3 cask ales.
Links: [whatpub] [website] [facebook] [tripadvisor]

PLOUGH & HARROW Broad O’th Lane,, Shevington, WN6 8EA.
Open-plan inn with a seating area close to the bar, a larger lounge and a vault. Serves 1 cask ale.
Links: [whatpub] [website] [facebook]

RIGBYE ARMS 2 Whittle Lane, Wrightington, WN6 9QB.
Remote, award-winning pub/restaurant serving outstanding food. Popular with ramblers. Real fire. Bowling green; beer garden. Serves up to 3 cask ales.
Links: [whatpub] [website] [facebook] [twitter] [tripadvisor] [instagram] [untappd]

WHEATSHEAF 287 Miles Lane, Appley Bridge, WN6 9DQ.
Comfortable pub with a lounge area and bar area divided by a fish tank. ‘Vault’ area including a TV and dart board. Serves up to 5 cask ales.
Links: [whatpub] [facebook] [tripadvisor]

WHITE LION 117 Mossy Lea Road, Wrightington, WN6 9RE.
Popular country with a good range of food and beers. It is family-friendly and cummunity orientated with a large ‘beach hut themed’ outside garden area and board games inside the pub. Serves up to 8 cask ales.
Links: [whatpub] [website] [facebook] [tripadvisor] [untappd]