Close to Manchesterís GMex centre is the popular Britons Protection, it looks a bit dishevelled, but donít hesitate, inside itís a comfortable and attractive pub. Originally a late Georgian house, it was refitted in the 1920ís. Thereís much to be admired here including a moulded ceiling, period tiles and attractive leaded glass, especially on the ladies loo door.
The public bar at the front runs the length of the pub, as does the bar counter. There are two back rooms accessed by an ĎLí shaped corridor, which is half tiled and has leaded windows along it, one acting as a serving hatch on the bar side. The back rooms are dark and inviting, wood panelled, one having a handsome fireplace. The murals along the corridor depict the Peterloo Massacre , a protest for parliamentary reform, which took place in the streets near the pub.
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