The Fletcher Moss is a traditional pub in the South of Manchester. Decked out with classic dark wood tables, stools and plush booths it’s a comfy, fuss-free venue with the emphasis on quality service and a warm atmosphere.
Situated in the heart of cosmopolitan Didbury Village the Fletcher Moss is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Wilmslow Road. This traditional style pub is a genuine haven for discerning drinkers who favour cask ales, draught beers and bottled ciders as well as a strong selection of wine and spirits.
The Fletcher Moss is at the heart of the Didsbury community and often seen as a refuge from the noisier sides of the Didsbury Village nightlife. Named after the alderman who donated the nearby Fletcher Moss Gardens to the city of Manchester in 1915 the atmosphere of this gem is clear even before entering… the buzz of conversation is audible before opening the door.
Inside it is a pub of two halves, with the front encompassing two traditional style snugs, with Hydes memorabilia, before opening up into a large bright conservatory area at the rear. However, the convivial atmosphere is maintained throughout by drinkers as mixed in age as they are in their drinking tastes, with real ale, red wine and champagne drinkers alike engaged in lively conversations without having to compete with piped music.
This traditional pub environment draws a varied crowd from locals to students to young professionals having a drink on their way home from work or having a pint before enjoying some clubbing in Manchester. There’s also a fortnightly pub quiz along with other traditional entertainment (including live music nights) plus free WIFI allowing you to stay in touch with friends or business colleagues, while you enjoy a few quiet drinks.
On a summer’s day have a drink in our beer garden, set on different levels and away from the traffic fumes of Wilmslow Road, it’s a nice place to be with a cold drink in hand. The doors open wide across the back of the pub making the Fletcher Moss garden almost a natural extension of the conservatory. With a mix of traditional pub garden tables and high stools there’s a place for everyone to chew the fat on a sunny summer’s day.