Drinks MenuWe have a range of draught and bottled products, with a range of wines and spirits. We home Robinsons award-winning Unicorn and Dizzy Blonde ale all year round, with guest beers including Golden Dragon, Doubl Hop, XB, Cumbria Way, Trooper served on a monthly rotation. Alongside, Peroni, San Miguel, Carling, Strongbow and Guinness. With a range of bottled lagers, ciders and minerals..
About The Royal Scot
About The Royal ScotThe very first pubic house purchased by Frederic Robinson way back in 1876, this pub continues to thrive to this day in the centre of Marple Bridge. A beautifully appointed quaint village pub situated by the River Goyt .View more about About The Royal Scot
About The Royal Scot
Soak up the sunshine and enjoy a tipple in our beer garden.
Disabled Access / Facilities
We have tried, where possible, to make our pub accessible to everyone... but we appreciate that people may have different requirements. Please phone ahead for full details of our disabled facilities.
Well-behaved four-legged friends are welcome.
We host regular entertainment, from pub quizzes to live music… pop in for a pint and let us entertain you.
We are a family friendly pub and welcome all well-behaved children.
Great Cask Ales
Join us for a pint. We pride ourselves on our beer and offer some of the cask ales in town.
We're fortunate enough to be based in an area of natural beauty, special architectural or historic Interest. Pop in for a pint and discover more.
Keen walker? With close proximity to many trails and hidden walks, there’s plenty to explore right on our doorstep. Round off your ramblings with a pint of Robinsons ale.
Excellent Wi-Fi access is available for free.
The very first pubic house purchased by Frederic Robinson way back in 1876, this pub continues to thrive to this day in the centre of Marple Bridge.
The Royal Scot (formerly the Railway Inn) was the very first pub purchased by Frederic Robinson on 3rd May 1876. This quaint little pub is situated in the picturesque village of Marple Bridge alongside the River Goyt.
The Royal Scot serves a fine selection of real ales and premium lagers and fine wines of which it prides itself upon. It hosts regular live entertainment every Saturday and shows live sport throughout the year. The pub has a very welcoming atmosphere along with cosy real fires in the winter months.
The two rooms in the pub are called the 'Malcolm Ellison Room' named after one of Manchester City's flamboyant managers and the 'Dave Wyatt Room' - named after a popular local post man and patron of the Royal Scot.
Contact & opening times
Contact Us & opening times
Royal Scot 48 TOWN STREET
Call us on: 0161 425 5129
Monday - Thursday: 3pm - 11pm
Friday: 2pm - 12am
Saturday: 12pm - 12am
Sunday: 12pm - 11pm
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