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CAMRA Lunesdale

Three Mariners

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Bridge Lane
Lancaster
01524 438895

12-Midnight Mon-Thu; 12-1am Fri & Sat; 12-Midnight Sun

Commonly claimed to be the oldest pub in Lancaster. It certainly looks old, inside as well as out and many of the beams and stones are old. Built into the side of Castle Hill, the cellar is excavated at first-floor level. The strip of cobbles at the front and the nearby grassy areas are occupied by tables for drinkers. The pub is now a popular watering hole with a thriving local clientele, and is involved with the maritime section of the Lancaster Music Festival in October. Home-cooked, reasonably priced food is available. Limited parking.

Claims to be 15th century, reliably dated to 1778. It

Cider: generally Westons Wylde Wood

Food: 12-2.30, 5-8.30; 12-4 Fri; 12-9 Sat; 12-8 Sun

500m from Lancaster railway station. Bus 300m away


Rating:
gold

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List of pubs, clubs and bars

CAMRA discount:

15p/pt

Latest change of licensee:

May 2013

Operator:

Robinsons

Previous names:

Last updated: December 2018

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