Flying Horse Hotel37 Packer Street
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First built in 1691 and re-built in 1926 this is an impressive Edwardian stone built free house, situated in the Town Hall Square, with many original architectural features remaining. Ten cask ales are usually available on hand pump. Two real ciders are usually also available on hand pump, however please check, since any Broadoak ciders on sale are not considered by CAMRA to be real ciders. The use of the word 'traditional' under the heading 'Cask Ciders' on the 'Untappd' display board behind the bar can be misleading. Live sporting events are shown on TV and live music plays Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The hotel features log fires and provides accommodation. The menu features meat from the local butcher and pies made on the premises. A function room is available for hire and there is a heated smokers' area outside. Ben, Sarah and their friendly staff wait to give you a warm welcome. Greater Manchester Pub Of The Year in 2018 & 2019 Real Ale Wednesday £2.70 all ales, Reopened May 2021