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Star Inn

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Greater Manchester - Higher Broughton

Two star - A pub interior of very special national historic interest

Listed Status: Not listed

2 Back Hope Street
Higher Broughton
M7 2FR

Tel: (0161) 792 4184

Email: bar@staronthecliff.co.uk

Website http://www.staronthecliff.co.uk

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/starinnonthecliff

Real Ale: Yes

Public Transport: Near Bus Stop

Bus: Yes

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A small, early Victorian pub with three rooms that was last refurbished in the 1960s. The tiny bar has an old bench with a heating pipe underneath but the bar fittings date from the 1960s when the counter was moved. The lounge retains original bench seating, which sweeps around the bay windows, and bell-pushes. Old etched glass remains in doors and in a baffle in the lounge. The fittings in the pool room at the rear also date from the 1960s when the room was brought into use. The lobby between the lounge the pool room has old black and white tiled floor and inter-war dado tiled walls. The Star was sold at auction by Robinsons in 2009 and is now a cooperatively-owned community pub.
Tucked away in the area known as 'The Cliff' and situated on a narrow cobbled street - so please park in nearby streets. It was sold at auction by Robinsons in 2009 and is now a cooperatively owned community pub. In 2010 Bazens Brewery relocated to the Star Inn, but the in-house brewery has since closed. Small early Victorian pub with three rooms that was last refurbished in the 1960s. The tiny bar has an old bench with a heating pipe underneath but the bar fittings date from the 1960s when the counter was moved from against the wall to the cellar. The lounge retains original bench seating which sweeps around the bay windows and bell pushes and the half-timbering effect was added in the 1960s. Old etched glass remains in doors and in a baffle in the lounge. The fittings in the pool room at the rear also date from the 1960s when the room was brought into use. The lobby between the lounge the pool room has old black and white tiled floor and inter-war dado tiled walls. Portly customers may need to ask staff to fully open the double-hinged inner door. Until recently the ladies' loos were outside, being the former gents' WC, but are now inside.
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