The Old Wellington

Eating Out in Manchester

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The Old Wellington

Eating Out

The Old Wellington is a pub housed within the oldest building in Manchester.We boast 3 floors; 2 of which are dedicated dining rooms . The Pub bar downstairs has a traditional feel with old characteristics that have stood the test of time. Throughout the building the Old Wellington has beautiful traditional beams that supports and makes the structure of the building. The large beer garden situated outside is perfect for dining and drinkers. The pub offers traditional British food, and a wide selection of ales that have been certified by cask marque.Come rain or shine the Old Wellington offers an excellent service.

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