Due to Popular demand we have launched a new food menu from our sister bar ‘Eddie’s Bar’. The new menu offers a wide selection of fresh, locally sourced and home-made food which you can enjoy in the relaxed and quiet atmosphere of The Coach House. Please click on the image on the left to download the latest menu.
Goole Towns Mayor – Cllr Terrance Smith presented the Coach House with a Mayor’s Award Plaque, to recognise their work on regenerating the Coach House. The surprise announcement was made at the mayor’s final function, which followed on from the blue plaque presentation. The nineteenth-century former coaching house was transformed into a rustic bar offering a selection of speciality gins. Cllr Smith will officially end his year-long stint as mayor on Thursday, May 11, when he will hand over the chains to his successor.
A fantastic Open Mic Night at The Coach House – Thank you to everyone involved and all who came and showed their support. Looking forward to the next one! A Huge thank you to our photographer Anne Webb too, everything captured perfectly!
IT’S FINALLY HERE – THE COACH HOUSE FOOD MENU We will be serving our Brand New Food Menu at The Coach House from Wednesday to Saturday – 5pm – 9pm!! Ideal for two people to share we have Steak, Pork, Chicken, Fish, Veggie and Mixed BBQ Platters. Come in and enjoy a drink in a laid back atmosphere and share one of our new locally sourced and home-made platters!
Our amazing chefs at The Lowther Hotel have gone over expectations on the new Coach House Menu! We asked them for fresh, locally sourced, home-made, themed platters, finger food, perfect with drinks of all kinds and they came up with so much more! They Came, They Cooked, They Conquered… Welcome to the first sights of a New food Concept at The Coach House! The Menu will hopefully be launched soon with many more photos to share… just like the food! On this plater is: Marinated Pork Ribs, Pulled Pork Sliders, Marinated Chicken Wings, Herb & Spice Chicken Supreme, Haddock & Mushy Pea Fish Cake Balls, Garlic Butter, King Prawns, Onion Rings, Chips, Side Salad, Ruby Coleslaw and Mixed Fresh Dips.
A 19th century coach house is offering visitors a glimpse into the past after it opened as a new bar in Goole. The Coach House, which has been opened at the Lowther Hotel, has been described as an “oldie worldie” bar, and was officially opened at a VIP event held on Thursday December 15th. Goole’s latest bar is set across two storeys, with a rustic yet modern feel, and also includes an outdoor area. It is the latest venue to open in the Aire Street Collection, and is the brainchild of owners Howard and Julie Duckworth. Speaking at the launch event, Mrs Duckworth said: “We have been trying for a long time to get the money for the extension. We…