Trafford Pubs

ADMINISTRATION:

Public Houses, Pubs, Bars & Inns in
Trafford


Including Altrincham, Stretford, Sale, Hale
Barns, Trafford Park, Bowdon, Timperley, Urmston, Hale & Flixton.

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Listed alphabetically:

  • Axe & Cleaver
    School Lane, Dunham Massey, Altrincham, Manchester WA14 4SE.
    Tel: 0161-928 3391.
    Beers on offer include Theakstons, Courage Directors, Ruddles County
    and other guest ales. This is as much a restaurant as a pub, and with
    the excellent ales and food on offer it can get very busy at weekends
    and holiday times – best to book a table in advance.

  • Bird I’ th’ Hand,
    The

    Flixton Road, Flixton, Trafford M41 5DN. Tel: 0161-748 2014
    A wide selection of pub food permanently on menu, with daily blackboard
    specials. Pies, Chicken dishes, “International” dishes, grills, steaks,
    etc, plus vegetarian specialities, desserts, Sunday lunch roasts,
    jugs of house wine. Children welcome.

  • Bishop’s Blaze, The
    Chester Road, Stretford M32 0SF. Tel: 0161-873 8845.
    Another J D Wetherspoon pub. Real ales, wireless internet connection.
    Inexpensive food and drink – very busy with Manchester United supporters
    on match days. Usually about five ales on draught including Boddies,
    Spitfire, Pedigree and other guest ales.

  • Brook, The
    Brooklands Station Approach, Sale, Manchester M33 3SQ.
    Tel: 0161-973 7773.
    J W Lees beers available here. Another converted railway station
    property (this time the old Stationmaster’s House), still directly
    connected to Metrolink Station. Small with just two bars, it is
    the favourite haunt of the local rugby union football team. Lunchtime
    food available from Mon-Sat and evening meals on Sundays. Live music
    every Saturday and a DJ on Sunday evenings.

  • Buck Inn, The

    Green Lane, Sale, Manchester M33 5PN. Tel: 0161-976 9071.

  • Bull’s Head
    , The
    Wicker Lane, Hale Barns WA15 0HG. Tel: 0161-980 3050.

  • Castle in the
    Air

    Trafford Way, Trafford Centre, Manchester M17 8DD. Tel: 0161-746
    3930.

  • Chadwick, The
    32-36 Flixton Road, Urmston, Manchester M41 5AW. Tel: 0161-755 3917.

  • Church Inn
    34 Church Road, Flixton, Urmston, Manchester M41 6HS.
    Tel: 0161-748 2158.

  • Drum, The
    1235 Chester Road, Stretford, Manchester M32 8NB. Tel: 0161-866 8876.

  • Jackson’s Boat

    Rifle Road, Sale, Manchester M33 2LX. Tel: 0161-905 2647.
    A popular, old and historic inn situated on the banks of the River
    Mersey adjacent to Sale Water Park in a countryside setting surrounded
    by woodland, just a short walk from Sale or Chorlton. Weekday and
    menu includes traditional home cooked pub food including burgers,
    sandwiches, pies and salads, and weekend menus offer Sunday roasts.
    Functions and events are catered for throughout the year. Everything
    from birthdays weddings and christenings to corporate barbeques, football
    matches and festivals.

  • King’s Ransom
    Britannia Road, Sale, Manchester M33 2AA. Tel: 0161-969 6006
    Beers on offer include Boddingtons and Robinsons ales as well as
    several guest beers. A cleverly designed recently-built attractive
    pub, pretending to be mid-Victorian, it concentrates on good pub
    food and an impressive carvery, well kept beers and wines, and an
    extensive selection of single malt whiskeys. Food available between
    12 noon and 8.00pm. Summer drinking overlooking the Bridgewater
    Canal can be most pleasant here. The King’s Ransom pub was included
    amongst the ‘Fantastic Five’ Sale Pubs initiative run by The Best
    of Sale 2008. Surveys of hundreds of locals showed The King’s Ransom
    to be very popular finishing in second place, with many a local
    recommending it for the good atmosphere and canal side location.

  • Malt Shovel
    68 Stamford Street, Altrincham, Cheshire WA14 1EY.
    Tel: 0161-928 2053
    Real ales include Samuel Smiths Dark Mild Traditional and Modern Jazz
    on Wed-Sat nights. The Malt Shovel serves a wide range of alcoholic
    beverages with food also available and a patio beer garden for the
    summer months.

  • Nags Head
    1 Lostock Road, Urmston, Manchester M41 0SU. Tel: 0161-755 3534.

  • Navigation Hotel
    122 Manchester Road, Altrincham WA14 4PY. Tel: 0161-926 7941.

  • Old Packet House, The
    Navigation Road, Broadheath, Altrincham, Manchester WA14 1LW.
    Tel: 0161-929 1331
    Beers include Websters Bitter, Boddingtons Bitter, Wilsons Bitter. A
    canalside pub squashed between the Bridgewater Canal and the A56. It
    serves large portions of food and beers.

  • Orange Tree, The
    Old Market Place, Altrincham, Cheshire WA14 4DE. Tel: 0161-928 2935.
    A small charming public house. Draught beers and real ales including
    Marston’s Pedigree, and Orange Tree Beer as well as guest ales. Best
    selection beers in Altrincham, and good quality food served until
    9.00pm most days. Outdoor area/patio.

  • Plough Hotel
    56 Green Lane, Sale, Manchester M33 5PG. Tel: 0161-973 9919.

  • Railway, The
    Ashley Road, Hale, Trafford. Tel: 0161-941 5367
    Robinsons Hatters Mild, Best Bitter, Old Stockport Bitter, Old Tom
    (winter); Hartleys XB. A fairly down to earth pub in a high class
    area, supposedly haunted by a former landlady, one Mary Holt, whose
    presence is sensed by the smell of Lavender water. The pub is situated
    a stones throw from the Railway station in Hale and is a traditional
    pub, with a warm and friendly atmosphere. The large rear patio with
    wall heaters and outside lighting make it a popular spot even on those
    chilly days. The Railway has been run by the same family for over
    30 years.

  • Robin Hood Hotel, The
    125 Barton Road, Stretford, Manchester M32 9AF. Tel: 0161-864 2273.

  • Rope & Anchor
    Paddock Lane, Dunham Massey, Altrincham, Cheshire WA14 5RP.
    Tel: 0161-926 7941.
    Part of the Deckers Group with a gastropub style menu available over
    2 floors with extensive dining outside, all year round.


  • Stamford Arms , The

    The Firs, Bowdon, Cheshire WA14 2TW. Tel: 0161-928 1536.
    Pub food service, wi-fi internet access and real ale.

  • Stonemasons Arms
    365 Stockport Road, Timperley WA15 7UR. Tel: 0161-980 4498.

  • Swan with Two Nicks
    Little Bollington, (near Dunham Massey), Altrincham, Manchester WA14
    4TJ.
    Tel: 0161-928 2914.
    Beers on offer include Boddingtons, Old Speckled Hen and Timothy Taylor’s
    Landlord. Owing to its immediate proximity to Dunham Massey and the
    Cheshire countryside, this is a popular pub with summer trippers and
    visitors, especially since it offers virtually full restaurant facilities
    for families, with good food at a reasonable price. There is also a
    good selection of wines. A typical Cheshire country pub, white walls,
    oak beams, wall-hung brasses and copper kettles – just 10 minute’s walk
    from Altrincham town centre.

  • Village Inn
    Third Avenue, Trafford Park, Manchester M17 1DQ. Tel: 0161-886 0950.

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