There isn’t much that can beat the classic British pub when it comes to hearty meals and a cosy atmosphere. That said, The Three Mariners isn’t just any pub, it’s the oldest and most historical pub in Lancaster. You can find it housed in a Grade II listed building on Bridge Lane in the very heart of the city, a spot that has seen plenty of historical action over the centuries, including being where prisoners of Lancaster Castle dungeons were led to enjoy one last drink (rumour has it a few ghosts from this time have even stuck around). In terms of food and drink there is classic British cuisine on the menu and a lengthy list of craft beers. Start with potted crab or black pudding stack, then move onto a traditional fish and chips, Lancashire hotpot or a damn good gammon steak. The Three Mariners is a fantastic pub, and you’re going to love it as much as we do.
I had a herbie lamb hotpot with sliced crispy roast potatoes on top and in a lovely tasty gravy. My wife had the chicken burger with fantastic hand cut chips. It’s not a burger as such, simply a very nice piece of chicken breast instead of the usual beef burger-style offering. Both meals were excellent and very reasonably priced. We always visit the Three Mariners when we’re in Lancaster, it’s our favourite pub. Good choice of real ales also.
Lovely pub,very friendly staff,and locals very welcoming,great choice of ales and beers,food very good,great choice,cooked to perfection,great value for money,come to eat here every time we visit Lancaster
As always fantastic food, lovely staff. Great atmosphere, topped off with some live music. One of our favourite pubs. Would highly recommend the relaxed atmosphere.