Jason – GM at The Strawbury Duck

We are very passionate about providing customers with excellent service and high standards. We have both gained a wealth of experience from working in a variety of restaurants and pubs from across the UK and overseas.

We would like to welcome all of our guests, whether you are in for a drink, meal or special occasion, let us help you relax, unwind and enjoy your time with us in beautiful surroundings here in the heart of Entwistle. So please pop in and say hello, a warm welcome awaits you from the team here at The Strawbury Duck.

Welcome to The Strawbury Duck Pub & Restaurant

Situated amongst the hills, forests and reservoirs of Entwistle, The Strawbury Duck has long been one of Bolton’s landmark pubs. Famous in days gone by for its hospitality and beautiful location it has been brought back to life as a traditional pub focusing on quality food and great cask ales.

The Strawbury Duck is an Inn for all seasons with cosy fires in the winter and a welcoming Beer garden in the summer. The heart of the Strawbury Duck is its bar with its old beams, an open fire, numerous pictures, comfy chairs & a cosy, welcoming atmosphere.

What’s a village pub if it doesn’t serve the whole community? That’s why children will always be welcome at the Strawbury Duck as well as bikers, walkers, mountain bikers and even dogs. The Strawbury Duck also caters for larger parties and occasions including weddings, birthdays and funerals.

When we say something is local we mean local. Now, obviously we cannot source everything within a 10 mile radius, however our pork is bred by us in a field some 2/3 miles away in Belmont, we sell local cask ale and our cheese board really is a taste of Lancashire!

We have 5 B&B bedrooms, which will provide comfortable and cosy accommodation for you to get away from it all! You can book your room via Booking.com or call us on 01204 852013 for more information.

Local Information

A brief history of Entwistle, the name derives from the old English ened and twisla which means a river fork frequented by ducks.

The name was recorded at Hennetwisel in 1212, Ennetwysel in 1276 and Entwissell in 1311. Entwistle is situated in a fork between Edgworth brook and a smaller tributary. Entwistle was originally a township in the chapelry of Turton which was part of the large ecclesiastical parish of Bolton Le Moors.

For more on local history please visit www.northturton.com. Entwistle railway station is situated between Darwen and Bromley Cross on the line between Blackburn and Bolton. Entwistle is a request stop and the railway station is situated opposite The Strawbury Duck! Locally streams have been dammed to create the Wayoh and Turton and Entwistle reservoirs. They are very popular with walkers, anglers and joggers.