Royal Scot

Great community pub in Stockport

Outside Pub

About Us

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 and continues to thrive in the centre of Marple Bridge.

  • Dog friendly
  • Beer garden

A little more about us

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 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.

Opening Times

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We're open
12:00 - 22:00

Serving Food
12:00 - 20:00

Satisfying pub food for Stockport

Satisfying pub food for Stockport

The Royal Scot's pub menu offers tasty dishes that will satisfy even the biggest appetite. Enjoy a meal in the friendliest pub in Stockport with a cracking pint of Robinsons beer. Come and see for yourself why we’re known across Cheshire as a great place to eat out.

The best drinks selection in Cheshire?

The best drinks selection in Cheshire?

We are proud to serve Robinsons beers alongside a tempting selection of old and new world wines, that complement our pub restaurant menu. For a pre or post meal ‘relaxer’ you will be glad to hear that the Royal Scot also offers the world’s choice of spirits, with prosecco and gin a speciality.

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