Pubs with log fires

Here are the top 5 Lancashire pubs with log fires

If you fancy a cosy night in the pub, check these places out.

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Tom Evans and Craig Mather took over the traditional country pub last May. 'The venue, which was a finalist in the Lancashire Life Food and Drink Awards, has two fires: a wood burner and an open fire in the bar area.

1. Rose and Crown, in Southport Road, Ulnes Walton

Tom Evans and Craig Mather took over the traditional country pub last May. 'The venue, which was a finalist in the Lancashire Life Food and Drink Awards, has two fires: a wood burner and an open fire in the bar area.
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The venue was formerly known as The Pump and Truncheon and has been revamped. Sunday roasts are a favourite - perfect by the cosy fire.'Photo: Jack Roberts.

2. No 13 Bonny Street, in Blackpool

The venue was formerly known as The Pump and Truncheon and has been revamped. Sunday roasts are a favourite - perfect by the cosy fire.'Photo: Jack Roberts.
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The venues website claims it is a country pub bursting with character and original features with a mixture of rooms, light and airy or snug and beamed with roaring fires.

3. Haighton Manor

The venues website claims it is a country pub bursting with character and original features with a mixture of rooms, light and airy or snug and beamed with roaring fires.
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The traditional country pub is located on the Leeds Liverpool canal, and with the roaring fire, it provides a  stopping point after a long autumnal walk.

4. Top Lock, Wheelton

The traditional country pub is located on the Leeds Liverpool canal, and with the roaring fire, it provides a stopping point after a long autumnal walk.
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