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Pubs & bars in Failsworth that have a real fire

Trying to find pubs in Failsworth that have a real fire? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve got every pub and bar in the UK listed. Whether you’re looking for a pub or bar to play darts, somewhere to play pool or just want to have a look at a menu before you go, we can help.

Distance: 2.3 miles     Location: Bardsley, Lancashire

The Horseshoe Inn is a traditional, warm and friendly pub in the beautiful village of Bardsley. We are 5 minutes from Daisy Nook Country Park & Park Bridge Country Park and Heritage centre. BT Sport & Sky are both shown here. The pub has a Car Park.

Distance: 2.4 miles     Location: Manchester, Lancashire

Mary D's Bar is the best pub in the land and all the world!

Distance: 2.5 miles     Location: Audenshaw, Greater Manchester

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Distance: 3 miles     Location: Ashton Hurst, Ashton-under-Lyne

Distance: 3.5 miles     Location: Middleton, Manchester

We are a traditional and cosy family pub, serving delicious, home-cooked food of hearty portions. We offer a variety of cask ales, beers, wines, spirits & seasonal cocktails. With three comfortable

Distance: 3.7 miles     Location: Manchester, Lancashire

Yates’s Manchester is in the city centre, between China town and the infamous and lively Canal Street’s gay village, just five minutes’ walk from Piccadilly train station and directly in front of the

Distance: 3.7 miles     Location: Manchester, Lancashire

Gay Bar for an older crowd.

Distance: 4.1 miles     Location: Denton, Manchester

Great family pub, good beers and ales, great drinks offers, everyone welcome

Distance: 4.1 miles     Location: Manchester, Lancashire

The Pev looks a bit lonely on its corner plot, most of its former neighbours were cleared for redevelopment. Clad in green ceramic tiles it stands out, shines even. Its unusual in both its appearance

Distance: 4.1 miles     Location: Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne

The inn is named after Harsthead Pike, the monument situated at the beacon point of the area. It is possible to see the counties of Cheshire Lancashire, Yorkshire and Derbyshire from the Pike. There h

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