Bull's Head

Cheshire - Warrington

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: II

33 Church Street
Warrington
WA1 2SX

Tel: 07716 358945

Real Ale: Yes

Nearby Station: Warrington Central

Station Distance: 600m

Public Transport: Near Railway Station (Warrington Central) and Bus Stop

Bus: Yes

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Probably 17th-century – suggested by the date 1685 in a gable – this much restored inn is worth a visit for two small rooms of real character. Behind the servery an old latch door leads into a snug with two baffles/screens by the entrance with colourful stained glass panels, early 20th-century fixed seating, and bell-pushes around most of the room but, sadly, a modern brick fireplace. Down a short passageway on the rear right a sliding door leads into the small Trophy Room with Victorian fixed seating with carved ends, and bell-pushes all around the room but, again, another modern brick fireplace. The rest of the pub is opened up and modernised but the area on the front right does retain old fixed seating and bell-pushes. There's an active bowling green at the back. Modern function room.

Probably 17th-century - suggested by the date 1685 in a gable - this much restored inn is worth a visit to see two small rooms of real character. Behind the servery an old latch door leads into a small snug with two good baffles/screens by the entrance with colourful pictorial stained and leaded panels at the top, early 20th-century fixed seating and bell pushes around most of the room but, sadly, a modern brick fireplace. Down a short passageway on the rear right a sliding door leads into the small Trophy Room with Victorian fixed seating with carved arms / bench ends and bell pushes all around the room but, again, another modern brick fireplace. The front of the pub is three rooms opened up and modernised but the bar counter may be old with a modern frontage of carved panels added and an area on the front right does retain old fixed seating and bell pushes. Active bowling green at rear owned by the pub and a modern function room is used by a folk club (Sunday evenings).

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