Garstang Lancashire and the surrounding area is blessed with a wonderful selection of Pubs and Restaurants, from the traditional village Inn to modern style pubs. Pubs with gardens, child friendly pubs they are all here. Whether you fancy a quiet drink as you pass by, a nice meal or an afternoons sport you will find the right pub here in this list.
Park Hill Road, Garstang, Lancashire PR3 1EL Tel: 01995 603398
|Monday – Thursday||10am – Midnight||10am – 2pm||5pm – 8.30pm|
|Friday||10am – 1am||10am – 2pm||5pm – 8.30pm|
|Saturday||10am – 1am|
|Sunday||10am – Midnight||Midday – 7.30pm|
In the centre of Garstang. Beer garden to front. Food. Great atmosphere in this town centre pub, good beer good service. Gets busy at weekends but always worth a visit. Pub: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Tried the three course Sunday Lunch here in March and it was excellent and terrific value for money. Restaurant: RECOMMENDED,
Royal Oak Hotel.
Market Place, Garstang, Preston, Lancashire, PR3 1ZA, Tel: 01995 603318
|Monday – Friday||11.00am – Midnight||Midday – 2.30pm||6.00pm – 9pm|
|Saturday||11.00am – 1.00am||Midday – 2.30pm||6.00pm – 9pm|
|Sunday||11.00am – Midnight||Midday – 9pm|
In the centre of Garstang with outside seating in the Market Square. Robinsons. Cask Ales. Food separate dining rooms. Popular pub with a good atmosphere, a few rooms but a small bar which gets crowded however the bar staff are attentive and you get served quickly and in turn. Pub: RECOMMENDED. The restaurant is popular with locals the food is good presentation good and prices good. Restaurant: RECOMMENDED,
High Street, Garstang, Lancashire PR3 1FA. Tel: 01995 602152
|Monday – Thursday||Midday – 11pm|
|Thursday – Saturday||Midday – Midnight|
|Sunday||Midday – 11pm|
In the centre of Garstang. Thwaites pub. Beer garden Children’s Play area. Cask Ales. Food. Live televised football. Pool table. Busy High Street pub, nice pint of Thwaites beer good bar staff comfortable surroundings. New Landlord. Pub: RECOMMENDED.
Parkside Lane Nateby Preston PR3 0JA Tel 019952 38207
|Monday – Saturday||11.30am – 11pm||Midday – 10pm|
|Sunday||Midday – 10.30pm||Midday – 9pm|
Garstang’s newest pub, formerly The Flag. The Bellflower Garstang has been extensively refurbished with new outside area, children’s play area and new car park. The inside , which was always nice has also been given a complete makeover and now has a play area for under fives and much more seating than previously. All in all it is a very nice place, although the smell of new wood is very present.
Dining will obviously be a popular thing here with the two for one meal offer, you buy two meals and the cheapest one is free. Checking the prices they didn’t look too expensive, two people could eat for less than a tenner although most meals are just over a tenner still inexpensive for two to dine. The children’s menu is not in the two for one offer but families will still find this inexpensive and the pub is definitely family friendly, the kids will love it. Read our review Bellflower Garstang review here.
High Street, Garstang, Lancashire PR3 1EA. Tel: 01995 602101
On the High Street, in the centre of Garstang with a football theme, team pennants and memorabilia adorn the walls, and live matches are regularly screened. Pool table in the back room. Great Garstang Pub, good beer, good décor, excellent service, popular meeting place, friendly lively crowd. Pub: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Th’ Owd Tithe Barn (The Old Tithe Barn).
Church Road, Garstang, Lancashire PR3 1EL Tel: 01995 604486
|Monday – Thursday||11.30am – 11pm||Midday – 3pm||5pm – 9pm|
|Friday||11.30am – Midnight||Midday – 3pm||5pm – 9pm|
|Saturday||11.30am – Midnight||Midday – 9pm|
|Sunday||Midday- 11pm||Midday – 8pm|
In the centre of Garstang. Mitchell’s pub. Canal side patio seating. English country wines. Food. An excellent atmosphere in this ancient building both in the bar and in the dining room. The patio is particularly popular in the summer months being alongside the canal basin. Pub: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED The food at the Tithe Barn is quick service meals you order at the serving area and give your table number, which can also be outside on the Patio. There is no booking system here you come along find a table then order. Restaurant: RECOMMENDED.
Eagle and Child.
High Street, Garstang, Lancashire PR3 1EA Tel 01995 602160
|Monday||11am – 11pm|
|Tuesday – Thursday||11am – 11pm||Midday – 8pm|
|Friday – Saturday||11am – 11.30pm||Midday – 8pm|
|Sunday||Midday – 11pm||Midday – 8pm|
In the centre of Garstang. Beer garden to the rear. Cask Ales. Live televised football. Pool table. One of Garstang’s High Street Lancashire pubs, a popular meeting place, good beer, friendly lively crowd and a warm welcome from the Landlord. Pub: RECOMMENDED.
Garstang Road, Claughton on Brock, Preston, Lancashire PR3 0PH. Tel: 01995 640369
Live televised sport. Pool table. Darts. Juke Box. Next to the Agricultural Market. A nice Lancashire pub with long-standing Landlord and Landlady who obviously know how to run a good pub. A nice pint in nice surroundings and a great Juke Box which does not overpower the pub. Pub: RECOMMENDED.
The Kenlis Arms Hotel
Ray Lane, Barnacre, Preston, Lancashire PR3 1GB. Tel: 01995 603307
|Monday – Wednesday||From 6pm|
|Thursday – Saturday||All Day||12.30pm – 8pm|
|Sunday||All Day||12.30pm – 6pm|
Beer garden. Children’s play area. Food separate dining rooms. Accommodation. The Kenlis is a family run hotel with a small but efficient bar, function room and dining rooms. A popular pub with excellent service and good beer. Pub: WORTH A VISIT. The food at the Kenlis has been excellent for many years. I have never been disappointed with a meal here. Good food excellent service and good prices. Restaurant: RECOMMENDED.
The Kenlis is a Live music venue promoting live music in and around Garstang. Visit Whats On in Garstang for updates.
The Tavern @ Crofters Hotel.
Garstang by-Pass Road, Preston, Lancashire, PR3 1PH. Tel: 01995 604128
|Monday – Thursday||11am – 11pm||Midday – 9.30pm|
|Friday – Saturday||11am – 1am||Midday – 9.30pm|
|Sunday||Midday – 11pm||Midday – 9.30pm|
Fifteen minute walk from centre of Garstang in Cabus. Outside patio. Cask Ales. Pool table, Food. The Tavern is a comfortable pub with a nice pint of Moorhouses good selection of wines and friendly regulars. Crofters put on a lot of events and try to get feedback from the punters. Pub: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Crofters has full Hotel facilities, function rooms etc and is able to cater for parties on a small or large scale. The food, presentation and service are excellent for both the full dining experience or meals in the Tavern. Restaurant: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Crofters is a Live music venue promoting live music in Garstang. Visit Whats On in Garstang for updates.
The Patten Arms.
Park Lane, Winmarleigh, Preston, Lancashire PR3 0JU. Tel: 01524 791484.
|Monday – Tuesday||4pm – 11pm|
|Wednesday – Friday||4pm – 11pm||5pm – 9pm|
|Saturday||Midday – Midnight||Midday – 9pm|
|Sunday||Midday – 10.30pm||Midday – 8pm|
Live televised sport. Darts. Cask Ales, guest beers. Food separate dining room. A very pleasant and friendly Lancashire village pub, two miles from Garstang, serving a decent pint. Comfortable bar with an open log fire in winter. The same landlord and landlady for at least the nine years I have been visiting, keep a close eye on things and run an excellent pub. Separate dining room with excellent meals, which can also be enjoyed in the bar if you prefer. Pub: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
The food at The Patten Arms has been excellent for many years and often has something a little different on offer, I remember roast Wood Pigeon which was excellent. In April we went on a Sunday evening and two of us selected from the Sunday Lunch menu which offers two or three courses, at a very good price, and one from the specials board. The food was excellent, the presentation was outstanding and the service faultless, prices are reasonable with Sunday Lunch a real bargain. Restaurant: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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