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The Mount Hotel, Fleetwood

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Will Larter left this review about The Mount Hotel

The bar in this large seaside hotel has remnants of its original layout, but by and large it's just one big room now. Quite a few people were here for pre-match drinks when I visited this time last year. I saw four real ales on the bar (see photos) and had a half of the Bank Top beer which cost me £1.40. This was not a bad pub, far better than I feared when approaching from a distance (compare the North Euston Hotel, for example), and I wouldn't mind coming here next time the Fleetwood v Luton fixture pops up.

Date of visit: 16th February 2019

On 18th February 2020 - rating: 6
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Emma Hobson left this review about The Mount Hotel

Visited here while at the beer festival i have to say great pub with very friendly staff they had 3 pumps wainwrights bombardier and landlor all very well kept,oh and the comming soon spelling mistake is an advertising stunt if you cared to make conversation with people in the place you to would know this,quite funny really as its got people talking about the place

On 11th February 2014 - rating: 8
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ROB Camra left this review about The Mount Hotel

Another visit after the beer festival, only 3 handpumps with all on, but serving the rather mundane selection of Bombardier, Wainwright & Landlord. The Wainwright was a decent pint though. It's a little better than last year, but still not really fulfilling its potential. The spelling mistake on the permanent chalkboard looks stupid. If you can't spell ask someone to check for you. "Comming Soon" FFS!

Called in again after the festival to see if anything had changed in the last 2 years. It has, it's got worse. Only 2 beers on and neither were of any interest. With the beer festival being just across the road you would have thought they would have tried. There was no-one behind the bar either so we decided to leave it and walked out. Not good.

Called in again after this years festival. Now has 6 handpumps a couple of which were featuring the local brewery Fuzzy Duck. The two pints I had were adequate without actually being particularly well kept. We ate here again, it was very poor this time. My Steak & Kidney pudding was rock hard (microwaved for too long) and the other halfs sausage casserole was in fact three sausages thrown into what looked like an onion & tomato soup. We complained and the staff then simply avoided us and wouldn't even clear the table. Pathetic. Going down a few points now and we'll eat somewhere else after next years festival.

Called in on Saturday for something to eat after visiting the beer festival. It's a massive pub with two huge ornate rooms and several smaller ones which must take a lot of upkeep. It used to be a hotel but the top two floors are no longer in use. The pub has been slowly improving over the last 2 years, but sadly the landlord and landlady left in January and the pub closed for a little while. Happily it's open again now and the relief landlord is trying very hard to keep things going. The food is perfectly adequate quality wise and the portions are generous. We had a Steak & ale pie and a Cumberland sausage & mash which filled the gap. Has 3 handpumps selling Lancaster Blonde, Old Speckled Hen and Bombardier when we were in. The 2 pints of Lancaster I had were perfectly well kept and the service was efficient. It's still up for sale/lease but at the moment it's still well worth a visit.

On 10th February 2014 - rating: 5
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Gill Smith left this review about The Mount Hotel

Called in the Mount following the Fleetwood beer festival today as it is in the Good Beer Guide, and the chap behind the bar said he had not been running it long as it had been closed for about 6 weeks. There were 3 real ales on and the food menu looked reasonable. Greene King Moreland Old Speckled Hen, Adnams Broadside and Wells Bombardier on, and we chose the Adnams which was in good condition. Staff friendly enough. Should get some custom from the festival.

On 19th February 2010 - rating: 7
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