The Prince Of Wales is a friendly venue recently refurbished offering delicious food, starting with breakfast and then lunch and finishing off with an excellent dinner menu.
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This pub is named after Chorley’s most celebrated son. Sir Henry Tate began his working life as a grocer, made a fortune from sugar-refining and left his collection of paintings to the nation. He also funded the building of the Tate Gallery.
Converted from an old shop in 1989, it is handily situated for both the railway and bus stations. A single L-shaped bar on two levels, recently redecorated and with a bright yet traditional feel.
Newly refurbished and reopened in February 2014 following two years of closure. There is an impressive bar counter and bar back, together with contemporary seating in a mainly open plan layout. A small area to the side of the bar and a cosy lounge area of
Attractive half timbered building, deceptively large with long bar. Comfortable with smart decor. Snacks available and live music every other Friday.
Deceptively large comfortable open plan town centre pub. A number of TVs around the walls for sport. Up to three changing guest beers, which frequently come from local breweries, with Prospect, Bank Top, Reedley Hallowes and Moorhouses often featuring.
Seven Stars Inn in Chorley has a beer garden. The pub gives a warm welcome to dogs and their owners, it serves real ale. Seven Stars Inn has a smoking area. The pub has free WiFi, it has a dart board. Seven Stars Inn has a pool table. The pub has terrestrial TV.