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The Stanley Arms, Skelmersdale - pub details

Address: 122 Ormskirk Road, Upholland, Skelmersdale, Lancashire, WN8 0AF [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Upholland (0.7 miles), Orrell (1.4 miles), Gathurst (2.3 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Victoria, Skelmersdale (0.3 miles), Britannia Inn, Skelmersdale (0.4 miles), Old Dog Inn, Skelmersdale (0.5 miles), White Lion, Skelmersdale (0.6 miles), Owl Inn, Skelmersdale (0.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs


user reviews of the Stanley Arms, Skelmersdale

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The food is terrible and the staff are unfriendly it's over priced and grubby. There's rats everywhere avoid avoid avoid!!
Djdosha - 10 Sep 2014 22:35
Having recently move into the area and having tried numerous pubs, my Partner and I were recommended to use this pub by a colleague and I must say this is by far one of the best easygoing friendly pubs around. We have not, as yet, tried the food but the menu looks very good. Well worth a visit if you are in the area.
BillBrandon - 30 Apr 2013 21:34
This expanded small town local’s pub sits on the main road between Skelmersdale and Wigan. We visited in conjunction with the nearby Victoria and it is safe to say that the Stanley is by far the better option. The interior is nothing pretentious or flashy but then it is hardly geared at tourists or journeymen. Getting seated on a Saturday night was no problem although there was a healthy mix of people in there and a fairly genial atmosphere. The front of the pub contains a large tiled floor pool room to one side with the rest of the pub being fairly plain and mundane décor wise with a collection of bottles and tankards on the high shelves being the only real focal point. Just the 1 hand pump but a pretty decent Thwaites Lancaster Bomber was enough to keep me happy for my brief stay. Unobtrusive music and a small fairly basic TV which suggests it is more of a meeting and talking pub than anything brash. There is a covered BBQ patio at the rear and decent sized car park. If there is any need to stop in Upholland, the Stanley is worth a quick pint but, whilst it serves its purpose for the local community, there isn’t too much for the wordly traveler to get too excited about.
RogerB - 27 Jan 2009 14:09

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