1. Ring O’ Bells – A welcoming Cheshire pub nestled in the charming village of Christleton, the Ring O’Bells is the definition of ‘English’. Imagine all of your favourite traditional dishes cooked to perfection from locally sourced ingredients and served with a touch of class. It is the place to be on a Sunday for a magnificent roast dinner washed down with the finest Cheshire ales and wines.

2. The Fishpool Inn – Dating back to the eighteenth century, The Fishpool Inn is a real English pub complete with a roaring log fire, grand armchairs and walls lined with Stags’ heads. The unique yet traditional interior is mirrored by the contrast of dishes available on the menu; a combination of old and new. In the summer, enjoy a tipple on the outdoor terrace which looks out onto beautiful greenery, typical of the Delamere Forest location

3. The Pheasant Inn – At the top of the Peckforton Hills rolling out into the Welsh countryside, this pub is the ultimate English dining experience with a view second to none. Often, walkers and cyclists on the Sandstone trail stop off to enjoy the honest, wholesome dishes with a menu comprising beef wellington, belly pork and cod to name a few - the hearty and handmade pie of the day is a Pheasant favourite.

4. The Coach House – A nineteenth century, city centre pub with a stylish and contemporary edge for that traditional yet sophisticated English dining experience. The Coach House is merely a stone’s throw from Chester Cathedral and The Town Hall – ideal for a spot of lunch in the middle of a busy city break. Here you will find all your traditional and hearty classics from steak to shepherd’s pie or even homemade scampi & chips.

5. The Bear’s Paw Inn – Situated in the picturesque village of Warmingham, The Bear’s Paw is a delightful and characterful inn serving home cooked, wholesome food of award-winning quality. The bar is stocked with six real ales from local micro-breweries and a fantastic selection of well renowned wines from around the world. If you want to stay the night, the luxurious 5-star boutique style bedrooms are the ideal haven for a peaceful night of rest.

6. The Boathouse Chester – Situated on the edge of the picturesque River Dee, this little gem is a slice of rural splendour in a city location. Rumour has it, The Boathouse serve the best Sunday Roast in town! With a reputation like that, who could be to blame for wanting to know more? The ‘floating beer garden’, added in 2015, gives the pub its ‘wow’ factor for a truly different British foodie experience.

7. The Fox & Hounds at Sproston – With locally sourced ingredients hand-picked by the chef and his highly skilled team, you are sure to be spoilt at the Fox & Hounds. Expect traditional pies, 28 day aged steaks, seafood from the West Coast of England and a wine list to compliment every aspect of the menu – perfection on a plate in a typical English setting.

8. The Egerton Arms – A vibrant and friendly countryside pub serving tasty ‘cooked to order’ food. On a Sunday you can treat yourself to the famous Egerton roast with beef cooked to your liking and all the trimmings but be sure to book in advance as weekends are extremely popular! The Egerton Arms is dog friendly, welcomes families with children and has a large garden with swings at the rear.

9. The Cholmondeley Arms – Tourism Pub of the Year 2015! If you take a trip to Cholmondeley to visit the well-known Castle, you are likely to spot this idyllic country pub which was converted from an old school house in 1988. Friendly and knowledgeable staff are always on hand to make your experience one to remember. Whether you visit for the award-winning English grub or the CAMRA accredited real ales you won’t be disappointed.

10. The Cheshire Cat – Once upon a time in a small village called Christleton, an English country pub is serving a feast fit for Alice on her adventures in Wonderland. The Cheshire Cat is a family-friendly environment oozing with rustic charm and character and only a few minutes from Chester city centre! The menu is always changing to build an array of classic homemade dishes that make us proud to be British.

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Ring O' Bells
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Ring O' Bells

The Ring O' Bells is situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Christleton, only a stones throw from the city of Chester.

The Fishpool Inn
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The Fishpool Inn

Idyllically positioned on the edge of the enchanting Delamere forest, the award winning Fishpool Inn is a cosy, characterful inn dating back to the 18th century.

The Pheasant Inn
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The Pheasant Inn

Good, wholesome, freshly-cooked food, traditional ales, a selection of wines from around the world and a warm welcome awaits you at this 300-year-old inn.

The Coach House
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The Coach House

The Coach House Inn is a charming nineteenth century, independent restaurant and hotel based in the heart of Chester city centre. Our food serving hours are Monday-Thursday 1000-1

The Bear's Paw Inn
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The Bear's Paw Inn

Taking you back to traditional inn-keeper hospitality.

The Boathouse Chester
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The Boathouse Chester

The Boathouse is situated in the idyllic loaction of the Groves lining The Chester River Dee, overlooking the river.

The Fox & Hounds at Sproston
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The Fox & Hounds at Sproston

The Fox and Hounds is a Cheshire Country Pub serving freshly prepared quality food using Locally Sourced Produce.

The Egerton Arms
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interior of the chelford arms

This is a vibrant friendly rural countryside pub that serves tasty ‘cooked to order’ food. This is busy pub where you will need to reserve a table towards weekends.

The Cholmondeley Arms
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The Cholmondeley Arms

The Cholmondeley Arms is a rural pub nestled on the Cholmondeley Estate in Cheshire. Known as the ‘Chum’ to locals, the pub offers visitors a unique experience with its traditional ‘old’ school features and furniture, excellent food and incredible Gin collection.

The Cheshire Cat
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The Cheshire Cat

The Cheshire Cat is located in the picturesque village of Christleton on the outskirts of Chester.

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