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The Inn on the Wharf, Burnley

Pub added by elizabeth mcgraw
Manchester Road
Burnley
BB11 1JG

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Al Bundy left this review about Inn on the Wharf

A pleasant converted warehouse pub on the canal. The sheltered towpath seating can be very warm on sunny days. 5 cask ales on which were pretty good. I liked it.

On 16th September 2015 - rating: 8
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ROB Camra left this review about Inn on the Wharf

A converted warehouse on the canal. Lots of bare brick and wood panelling, it's a good looking pub. The beer garden is the canal towpath, which was a total suntrap during my visit. Inside there are some comfy seats and lots of tables and chairs for dining. There's a quiz machine and a dartboard and TV's showing sport. They advertise karaoke on Friday and a disco on Saturday. The menu looks fairly unusual and tapas are also available. 2 banks of 3 handpumps doubled up with Moorhouse's Pride Of Pendle & Black Cat plus Copper Dragon Golden Pippin available. The Copper Dragon was a good pint. It's a decent enough pub although the ale selection is pretty pedestrian.

On 3rd September 2015 - rating: 6
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Peter Rydings left this review about Inn on the Wharf

Got off the train at BURNLEY Manchester road not been in Burnley for 15 years and its not changed much the most ugly people in the country live here so dont be shocked you can see so many bog beasts at once. The first call was the Inn On The Wharf just like it was years ago after the conversion from the old warehouses had a good pint of Pendle witch the pubs still in good shape but a little tired but would call again

On 7th September 2014 - rating: 6
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about Inn on the Wharf

Decent conversion of former wharf warehouse buildings. Various seating areas around the bar area, but the best place to sit is on the canal-side terrace if the weather permits. Good selection of real ale from six handpumps, with three from Copper Dragon - Best, Golden Pippin and Sunchaser (£2.90) - plus two from Moorhouses - Blonde Witch and Pride of Pendle - and Jennings Cumberland.

On 27th August 2013 - rating: 7
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Gary Duxbury left this review about Inn on the Wharf

The Inn on the Wharf was originally a canal warehouse built in approx 1801.It is quite a big pub with a lot of character and much of the original building has been retained. It is possible to enjoy a drink outside where it borders the canal. There is a good selection of drinks including Speckled Hen and some guest beers. The food used to be excellent but recently the quality has gone down. The sandwiches and snacks are still good but the cooked food leaves a lot to be desired. For anyone wanting a drink and a snack it is a good choice being only a few hundred yards from the town centre.

On 4th September 2008 - rating: 6
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