As part of our social distancing promise we've reduced the number of tables available in our pub. We now have a new temporary booking policy, which requires all guests to book ahead of their visit. View our Pub Safe measures here.
We’re really looking forward to welcoming you back and we’ve been working hard behind the scenes on the new Pub Safe promise to make sure you and our teams are as safe as possible in the pub environment you know and love.
As part of our social distancing promise we’ve reduced the number of tables available. This means all guests will be required to book before visiting the pub to guarantee availability.
We’ve reduced the number of tables available, this means all guests will be required to book before visiting the pub. For a short time once we re-open, we’ll be unable to accommodate any guests who haven't booked.
The pub's distinctive stone slate roofs and its dressed stone and quoins on the exterior fit perfectly with this area where beautiful architecture and history flourish together. Less than 15 minutes walk away lies the Grade II listed Holy Trinity Church consecrated in 1831 and constructed by renowned religious architect Francis Octavius Bedford. Horwich Parish Hall is also nearby - another impressive Grade II structure which was built in 1793 and had such close ties to the church that its staff were payed from the Sunday service collectionBolton itself houses Smithills Hall one of many historic Grade I listed stately homes in this region another being Chorley's Astley Hall. With central Manchester and Liverpool both within 40 minutes by car and Arnside and Silverdale an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) less than an hour away the Blundell Arms is ideally located for exploring the region's most important sights.Whatever your reason for visiting this attractive area the Blundell Arms is a wonderful historic setting for savouring delicious traditional pub food including relaxing Sunday lunches and seasonal specials.