Food & Drink
Our Amazing Local Pubs
As the traditional capital of all things dairy South Cheshire is a hub for all those who love good food and drink. We are fortunate to be located in the centre of this hub and the below include a number of award winning hostelries within 2 or 3 miles. Should you wish to travel a little further, just ask for recommendations!
The Bhurtpore Inn - Cheshire's Pub of the Year 2017, 2018 & 2019
Traditional pub with great guest ales, located within minutes of Pinsley Corner Farm, The Bhurtpore Inn is a family-owned, traditional village pub that won CAMRA's Cheshire Pub of the Year 2019 (again)! This pub has been in the Good Beer Guide for 27 consecutive years, it has been Merseyside, Cheshire and North Wales Pub of the Year (twice), it has been judged on ten separate occasions to be South Cheshire CAMRA's Pub of the Year and it has been judged to be the Best Pub in Cheshire for the second year running. With brilliant food (especially the curries), and a lovely beer garden as well as restaurant it never disappoints!
The Swan has stood at the heart of Marbury for more than 250 years. But for a couple of years it had to close, before life could be breathed back into it in 2018.
A popular traditional country pub and restaurant situated on the Llangollen Canal in the rural village of Wrenbury. The pub offers a relaxed and friendly atmosphere within a period building dating to the mid eighteenth century. Originally a Corn Mill, converted in the mid 1970s a lot of the original features are retained.
The Cholmondeley Arms - Dining Pub of the Year 2018, Gin Pub of the Year 2018 & 2019!
Set in beautiful Cheshire countryside adjacent to Cholmondeley Castle, the Cholmondeley Arms is probably one of England's most unique pubs. It sits inside a former Victorian village schoolhouse on Lord Cholmondeley's estate. Dating back to 1862 the school was converted in 1988 and it was the first public house on the estate for over a century!
Cosy local free house with good real ale, pub grub, an open fire, sports bar with pool and darts, and beer garden.
The Combermere has a long and proud history as a pub - it dates from the 1540s and is a jumble of nooks and crannies. It is a modern twist on a classic Shropshire country inn to the bottom of its venerable boots.