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The Devonshire Arms, Ulverston

1 Braddyll Terrace
Ulverston
LA12 0DH

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Blue Scrumpy left this review about The Devonshire Arms

The Devonshire was the one pub in Ulverston that was still closed following the coronavirus lockdown on my Thursday evening visit. It was still closed when I went back on Friday evening. But apparently, it finally re-opened on Saturday.

At least I have an excuse to return to Ulverston some time.

On 4th August 2020 - no rating submitted
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Soup Dragon left this review about The Devonshire Arms

This is a detached corner pub with patio area. The pub itself is quite plain, in a white and coffee two-tone scheme and modern windows. Saying that, the fact that there is a Romanesque window in the loft area gives the place the look of a former Methodist Chapel. The interior is now one irregular open-plan room; the former rooms having been ripped out. The decor has red and yellow walls, with some wood panel, wood floor and white ceiling. There is a pool table and a dart board in an area where lots of footy team names are painted on the wall. Maps, old photos and a few copy documents are on the walls for interes, along with an array of pump clips. Seating is a mix of perimeter, traditional stools and high chairs. There are several TVs showing sport at my visit. The service was fine and the place busy with what seemed a regular clientele. Beer; usual tap stuff with York Ghost Ale, Cumberland Corby Blonde, Saltaire IPA, Kelham Easy Rider and Cumbrian Loweswater Pale Ale. The Ghost was decent. A little modern for me, but still very much worth a visit - has the pub games and sport.

On 17th May 2013 - no rating submitted
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I L left this review about The Devonshire Arms

This pub is an easy walk down a side street from Ulverston station alongside the railway. It's a modernised interior but very much a friendly bustling locals pub with a pool table in one corner of the opened up rooms with a central bar area. The range of local and slightly further afield well kept ales makes this a must do pub when in town.

On 7th December 2010 - rating: 8
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Alan Winfield left this review about The Devonshire Arms

The Devonshire is situated just away from the town centre and it is fairly close to the train station.
Once inside there were a couple of rooms and we had a drink in the lounge which was quite a nice room,when we visited this pub it was a Thwaites tied house and there were two real ales on here we had a drink of Thwaites bitter and this was a very nice drink the other beer was Thwaites mild.
The pub was quite busy on our Saturday night visit.
I did'nt manage to get a photo of this pub.

Pub visited 15/4/1989

On 15th April 1989 - rating: 8
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