Top 10 best pubs in Linlithgow according to online reviews - how many have you been to?

Linlithgow is famous for many reasons - not least for its Palace, the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots - but also for its great wealth of pubs.

Friday, 12th July 2019, 10:51 am
How many of these pubs have you been to?
How many of these pubs have you been to?

These are the best pubs in Linlithgow according to the reviews on Google reviews - have you been to any? Do you agree with the list or do you think there are great pubs that are missing?

With a beer garden, fantastic food, eight cask ales, over 70 whiskies, 45 gins and 18 rums, this pub situated in the heart of Linlithgows town centre has everything you're looking for, and more.
To the west of the high street, The West Port Hotel offers traditional lunch and dinner options, as well as a vegan and vegetarian menu and tasty cocktails.
This hotel boasts five en-suite rooms, a restaurant, bar, beer garden and courtyard. Striving to serve up the best food, entertainment and accommodation, the Star and Garter will ensure that youll be well looked after.
Once the towns mail hub, the Old Post Office is set in the heart of the town. With an extensive drink selection, including real ales, traditional ciders, craft beers and a vast spirit collection, they also serve traditional pub food.
Having made it into Camra's good beer guide in 2018, Platform 3 may not be the biggest pub in Linlithgow, but what whatever they may lack in size, they make up for in character and service.
The oldest pub in town, the Black Bitch Tavern is well worth a visit. With live football on the TV in the bar and acoustic sessions in the lounge, this traditional pub has something for everyone.
Described as "the ideal place for that mid-morning coffee, a leisurely lunch or that late evening cocktail", Cafebar 1807 does not exclusively label itself as neither restaurant nor pub, but instead a place to relax.
Serving up a great range of ales, lagers, wines and spirits, The Linlithgow Tap also has a wide range of gins, as well as an excellent choice of craft beers from Scotland and around the world.
Pitched as a "welcoming, friendly pub with an open fire," the Crown Arms also offers up a pool table and darts board for visitors. It also has two flat screen televisions that will show any sports if requested.
Catch up with friends by the fireplace at Kelpies Bar, serving up beer, wines and spirits in a nicely relaxing atmosphere and showing all kinds of sports. They also offer live entertainment as well - what more could you want?