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Red Lion
9 Ash Brow
Newburgh

Parbold
Lancashire

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The Red Lion is the only surviving pub left in the beautiful Lancashire village of Newburgh. Newburgh sits on the Leeds and Liverpool canal just a short distance from Wigan. This traditional pub with its cosy corners and appetising food is a hit with both locals and visitors. The 13 high quality hotel rooms have been furnished to a high standard to give the perfect blend of old and new. Visitors on business may wish to take advantage of the function room offered by The Red Lion. The pub menu focuses on British classics using carefully selected local ingredients and for the more adventurous we offer daily specials from the blackboard. You can wash your meal down with a pint of quality real ale from a choice of brewers, or a glass of wine from our extensive cellar. Hotel accommodation rates include our fantastic free breakfast.

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