Caradoc This enormous two-sided pub is friendly and popular. In 2000, I couldn't have a pint of bitter because the gas had run out and a fifteen minute search failed to come up with an adapter for the new cylinder.
Closed for a time in the noughties.
Last visited May 2018.
Crosby Road South / Seaforth Road (not on Caradoc Road)
A plain bar side and a pleasant enough lounge in this clean and tidy, friendly down market local.
In 2014 noted boarded up, but displaying a large "Under new management" sign.
Last visited 2003.
Sandy Road / Claremont Road
Cock and Seaman (Doric Hotel) Doric: In this large two bar Tetley house the lounge side has an impressive high ceiling, a real fire and LSTV. Changes since my first visit in 1999 include the removal of the clutter of pictures and the staff's "Customer Relationship Skills" diplomas on the walls, and the loss of real ale which included a house bitter.
Not visited since it joined the At Will chain of "Cock and" pubs.
Now closed.
Last visited 2003.
146 Rawson Road / Doric Street
International A very tatty exterior, and the inside was not much better in this cheap and cheerful friendly large two bar corner house. Now closed.
Grade II listed building.
Last visited 1999.
193 Crosby Road South / Church Road
New Manor House (Manor House) In 1999 this was called the Manor House and I visited a rather pleasant, spotlessly clean, one bar nicely decorated pub, with a nice looking function room attached.
In 2003 I found it closed on a Thursday evening, although the function rooms may still be operating.
Last visited 1999.
Church Road / Rawson Road
Sandown Hotel In 1999 I noted an impressive exterior, partly half-timbered with an unusual balcony, on this run down two bar local. The lounge was closed on my visit and the bar side was grubby. I returned in 2003 to find the place closed and demolished.
Last visited 1999.
Sandy Road
Seaforth Arms Hotel
This large clean and tidy two bar pub retains a number of original features, including an island bar with wood and glass screens and a ceramic fire surround. The exterior is also impressive. Both inside and out have been nicely tidied up since my first visit, but more recently the exterior is looking tatty again. Now closed.
Grade II listed building.
Last visited 2003.
26 Seaforth Road / Hicks Road
Seaforth Castle Closed.
Not visited.
72 Seaforth Road / Rossini Street