J.D. Whetherspoon (The Brocket Hotel, Wigan) Reviews
Newest Review: ... two college campuses. As a general rule all weather spoons are known and loved mostly for their reasonable drink and food prices (who can argue with a beer and burger for only £3.29) and also there great themed nights and special offers. The Brocket is no exception and tends to be a little cheaper than the moon under water as it is further out of the centre of town. A good day to go in for cheap drinks is a Monday when there are many special offers on drinks, but there is usually a couple of drinks that are kept cheep all week (bottles of vodka source or beck’s for only a pound is the kind of offer you can expect) Thursdays a... more
Customer J.D. Whetherspoon (The Brocket Hotel, Wigan) Reviews (3)
by - written on 26/08/01, updated on 26/08/01
Superb food-many deals really good value,cheap. - Advantages: No loud music, excellent inexpensive food - Disadvantages: very busy at lunchtimes
by - written on 13/05/01, updated on 13/05/01 (Very useful, 693 readings)
Although I never went into this pub before it became a weather spoons I have heard by word of mouth that it has lost some of its local raw appeal. However for other reasons it continues to be a great pub. It is one of two weather spoons in Wigan the other being the moon under water which is in the town centre of Wigan. The Brocket is situated further towards the outskirts quite close to Menses Park and one of Wigan’s two college campuses. As a general rule all weather spoons are known and loved mostly for their reasonable drink and food prices (who can argue with a beer and burger for only £3.29) and also there great themed nights and special ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/00, updated on 14/12/00 (Useful, 825 readings)
No 2 in a series – Yes, less than a mile away from the Moon Under Water in Wigan, there is another Wetherspoons. Situated in down town Swinley is the Brocket Hotel – sadly it is now no longer a hotel now that Wetherspoons have taken it over, but they have given the old place a new lease of life nevertheless. I suppose there are probably a few people who resent the place now – you used to go in on a Wednesday night and the place would be virtually empty apart from the proverbial old boy and his dog. Now you’ll be lucky to get a seat. Once again, price is the main selling point, but it’s even cheaper again than the other Wigan pub as ... Read the complete review
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