Cheshire Pubs to Visit

Cheshire is home to plenty of fine dining restaurants, bars and traditional pubs. If you are looking for cosy Cheshire pubs to visit on a winter’s afternoon, you are spoilt for choice. 

Take a delve into Cheshire’s countryside and find some of the county’s award winning pubs. A lot of the pubs have stunning views across the cheshire planes and are host to years of history and character. 

Here are Enjoy Cheshire’s top Cheshire pubs to visit:

The Pheasant Inn – Burwardsley

The Pheasant Inn is a firm Cheshire favourite. Known for its stunning views across Cheshire fields and the Welsh Hills, The Pheasant Inn is a popular pub destination all year around, especially on a summer’s day. As it is located just by Peckforton Hills, this pub is the ideal post-walk drink or meal spot. 

Choose to sit outside and look across the stunning views, or in the beer garden hidden around the side, or get cosy in the charming, traditional pub and enjoy a hearty pub meal. 

The Fishpool Inn – Delamere

Located near Delamere Forest, one of Cheshire’s most known walking locations, The Fishpool Inn is a favoured choice amongst locals and walkers. Its cosy interiors inspired by countryside past times bring plenty of charm to the 18th century building. The Fishpool Inn has the best Cheshire pub Silver award for 2022, so you can be rest assured you will be impressed by the delicious selection of food and drinks that they have on offer. 

The Fishpool Inn is definitely the perfect meet up place for family or friends and has something for everyone and is a great opportunity to try out the local Cheshire micro- breweries which are on tap!

The Fox & Barrel at Cotebrook

The Fox & Barrel at Cotebrook is another of Cheshire’s finest cosy pubs closely situated near Tarporley. Take comfort in the roaring fireplace whilst enjoying a delicious pub lunch with locally sourced produce. This Cheshire pub is renowned for its stunning selection of food and choices of ales and wine. 

Choose the Fox & Barrel for an atmospheric evening shared with your loved ones and be impressed by their carefully curated menu.

The Architect – Chester

The Architect is a firm Chester favourite. Situated right in the heart of Chester’s city centre, The Architect is perfectly located for shoppers, visitors and walkers making the most of their day out. It is the perfect cosy pub for a winter’s day, and the outside terrace is popular during the warmer months for a summer evening drink. 

Enjoy tasty pub food and a friendly atmosphere in one of Chesters ‘go-to’ pubs and take in the views of the Chester Roodee racecourse.

The Dysart Arms- Bunbury

Hidden away in the quaint village of Bunbury resides the Dysart Arms. With open roaring fires and bookcases featuring throughout the pub, the Dysart Arms is home to plenty of character tucked away in the Cheshire countryside. Surrounded by a circular walking route, take a stroll around Bunbury and visit Bunbury Mill, before finishing off with a delicious pub meal and pint.

We hope that you have found this guide to Cheshire pubs useful and take the opportunity to visit one of our favourite countryside options. From pub lunches after a long stroll around the Cheshire countryside, to an evening meet up with friends, be assured that you will be impressed with the food and atmosphere of each.

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