Public houses

The Coach and Horses

Coach and Horses Freckleton

Preston Old Road

Tel: 01772 632284

The Coach and Horses opened in 1824-25 and almost certainly owes its origins to the trade using the marsh road. In earlier times it served as a staging inn for travellers from Preston to Blackpool.

They have cask marque accredited ales. At the rear of the pub is a beer garden and a heated smoking shelter.


The Plough

2, Lytham Road

Tel: 01772 635991

Open from 9:00am to 11:00pm

Serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks and coffee as well as Take Out.

The Plough is an established Public house, refurbished and rebranded in late 2016. It is now a pub and pizza kitchen with a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, perfect for all the family.

There is an extensive menu with a range of delicious dishes for you to try, from fresh pizzas made daily to great burgers and salads. Enjoy a relaxed environment with a selection of drinks including great beers and cocktails, as well as all the sporting action from both Sky and BT Sports.

The current building dates from the 1930's although there was an establishment of the same name on the site from around 1830.

The Plough Freckleton

The Ship

The Ship Freckleton

Proprietors: Julie Marsden.

Bunker Street

Tel: 01772 632393


The Ship was first licensed in 1677 but is believed to date back to the 14th century, making it the oldest pub in the Fylde.

There is good home made food, either as a snack or as a more satisfying meal, available seven days a week. In more clement weather, you may wish to sit outside in the beer garden to the rear. There are spectacular views over Freckleton Marsh.

The Ship entrances have been modified to enable easy access for wheelchairs. There are only minimal facilities available for smokers.