A Warm Welcome
At Lancashire Inns
When Andy & Lynn McIndoe first spotted the Hospital Inn over 7 years ago they never thought that they would turn their dream of running their own pub in to a small empire.
Having managed various pubs over the last 20 years they knew they had the skills to do it for themselves.
Hard work, determination and long hours as helped them build what they have today, still they work 14/15 hours days whether that’s working on the bar, serving meals to customer, processing paperwork, writing training session, working out staff incentives they never stop.
In May 2004 they opened the doors to the brand new Hospital Inn, just what
In October 2006 Enterprise Inns asked them to look at the Beaumont in Clayton –le Woods (next door to Asda) That was it, they hired the builders and started knocking the place around; December 2006 saw the opening which was modelled on the Hospital Inn – not the best time to open a pub in the build up to Christmas, but never the less with help from the staff of the Hospital Inn and a few locals everyone got through Christmas.
Since the second opening, the Mcindoe’s have won various awards Best Food Pub, Best Marketing Pub, Best Overall Pub and even Best Festive Pub!
In August 2007 again Enterprise Inns approached the McIndoe’s to see if they may be interested in the Pear Tree on Station Road, lots of thought went into this offer, should they stay with two pubs or should they make it three? Older “Briggers” will recall the Pear Tree Hotel, as it was called originally once operated as a fish restaurant as well as a pub.
Well they made it three! The doors opened on
All Three pubs have a day to day general manager with the McIndoe’s overseeing operations at all three pubs, so no matter which pub you visit you’ll be sure to see either Andy or Lynn ensuring the quality of the food & customer service is second to none!
British Fayre to more exotic foreign offerings are on each of the three pubs menus, and it appears that every dish is lovingly created and stylishly presented and at prices that would not compromise the tightest of dining out budgets.
So if you have enthused at the fayre on offer at the Hospital Inn; been delighted with your repast at the
Recently all Three Pubs Have scored a 5 Food Rating from the Environmental Heath Officers for Scores On The Doors.
Who knows will