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If you’re looking for somewhere to grab a drink while you’re in Cheshire, there are plenty of traditional watering holes to choose from, many of which serve pub food as well.
Our region’s pubs sell mainstream beers and lagers, as well as speciality ales, real ales and wines. The choice is endless.
If you’re looking for a more traditional watering hole out in the Cheshire countryside, why not pop in to the Bells of Peover a renowned dining pub just outside Knutsford or The Yew Tree Inn, Bunbury where they pride themselves on supporting local artisan producers and suppliers.
Search for more pubs using the search function on the right side of the page, or browse the list below for some inspiration.
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Symphony Restaurant Bar & Grills in Sandbach and Alsager are renowned throughout South Cheshire & Staffordshire for quality dishes and wine and a high level of service in a casual atmosphere.
You may have visited The Bells of Peover before, in fact, your great grandparents might have visited as there’s been a pub on the same picturesque location since the 14th century. Despite it appearing to be in the middle of nowhere, down a cobbled...
Relaxed contemporary atmosphere, great food and excellent service.
Crewe and Nantwich
Following a major refurbishment, The Yew Tree Inn reopened in 2012 and is situated in the delightful village of Spurstow near Bunbury.
Offering fabulous pub food and excellent real ales in a cosy and relaxed atmosphere, proprietors Jon and Lindsay...
The Egerton Arms is one of the great success stories to come out of 2009. Jeremy and Anne Hague were able to buy the freehold from Punch Taverns in October unleashing their leasehold status to become one of the best free houses near Knutsford...
Their creative menu changes almost daily to ensure there is something for everyone whatever the time of day, and is supported by a thoughtfully chosen wine list. With a choice of spacious dining areas, their knowledgeable, friendly staff will ensure...
The George & Dragon is a family run pub and restaurant in the heart of the historic Cheshire village of Holmes Chapel.
Their location within the village and its proximity to the M6 make this the ideal place to meet up for lunch, a relaxing drink,...
The acclaimed Lancashire-based pub group, Ribble Valley Inns, have now brought their signature mixture of fine local, seasonal ingredients and locally brewed ales to the heart of Cheshire.
Opening mid-June 2014, The Nag’s Head at Haughton, near...
Traditional English pub with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, but full of entertainment.
You can enjoy the deep flavours of Mexican food or wholesome Texan grub, all cooked fresh and therefore to your liking and to your spice level!
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
No 6 is a family-run Tea Room located in the pretty, bustling village of Tarporley, in the heart of the Cheshire countryside.
Enjoy a hearty breakfast, a scrumptious lunch, indulge in some of our home-made Patisserie,
or for a really special treat...