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Manchester Arms is a Marston's owned no-nonsence traditional pub dating back to 1791. They dont serve food but they do have an inpressive choice of ales both on tap and in bottles. It is close to the Ruskin Chambers so it is a student and local's pub.

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours
MON

11:00 - 00:00

TUE

11:00 - 00:00

WED

11:00 - 00:00

THU

11:00 - 00:00

FRI

11:00 - 00:00

SAT

11:00 - 00:00

SUN

11:00 - 00:00

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By John H.

Had an absolutely cracking night in here. Lovely friendly crowd, haven't laughed so much for a long time.

Excellent pint of Wychwood Bee Wyched rounded off with Weston's Organic Cider.

One word of warning - beware the water bombs! (Especially if you live in a flat opposite).


By G.

One of Hull’s oldest pubs, The Manchester Arms is well and truly a regular on the city centre pub circuit.

The Venue
Located in the old town, The Manchester Arms dates back to 1791 and is next door to what is claimed to be Hull's oldest building. The bar takes its name from the HMS Manchester which was the first ship to enter Hull's first ever dock.

It’s now a Marston’s owned pub with benches outside and black and white stone-carved cherubs on its facade and etched windows. A speaker in the doorway pumps the music to the outside world and internally the floor is dark wood and the ceiling is red, blue and green.

It’s split into two fairly bare rooms with the first featuring cream walls and a green and white tiled fireplace with a wooden mantelpiece on top. The back room is carpeted and has a big map of the city covering one wall complete with write-ups of its history.

A ship’s wheel is suspended on the other wall and there are two mirrors and a firm, fabric-covered banquette. Ropes snake along the top of the wall and a model ship is stuck up there as well. There’s a big ornate brass fan in the ceiling and broad ledges to rest your drinks.

The People
The regulars here are generally middle-aged men - or upwards of 30 anyway. But at the weekends it’s a mix of pretty much everyone. It’s a popular and convenient haunt for students from Ruskin Chambers across the road, too.

The Food and Drink
You’ve got Carling, Foster’s, Jennings Cumberland, Guinness, Stella, Deuchar’s IPA and Marston’s Old Empire on tap, as well as Corona, Holsten Pils, Budweiser, Beck’s, Stella and Peroni in bottles. Plus there’s a good selection of ciders including St Helier’s, Bulmers and Weston’s Organic. There’s no food.

The Last Word
A fairly straight forward, no-nonsense olde worlde pub which has its place in the history books.