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Popped in for a drink and stayed for a meal, menu very good and so were the prices.
Portions not huge but definitely enough to fill you.
We had prawns and pate for starters and pie of the day and sausage and mash. We both...More
We planned a 20km hike on the basis that we could have a light lunch at this pub- unfortunately although there were only 4 other people in the pub they could not prepare a sandwich as the kitchen was shut! We would have been very...More
Response from Rachel B, Marketing at Cheshire Cheese InnResponded 1 week ago
Hi there - thanks for your feedback. I understand that it may seem inflexible but our bar staff aren't trained to make sandwiches etc. It's really important to us that we maintain high standards in the kitchen, i.e. our experienced chefs make the food, not...More
Great little pub with good food and a great selection of real ales. I was disappointed they have taken the Angler's Platter off the menu and had to make do with a ploughmans. There's plenty more on the menu to choose from though. Staff are...More
From arrival to departure we received a genuine welcome, friendly staff and excellent hospitality. Our room was under maintenance and so we were upgraded at no additional cost and the room was more spacious than we needed, including an en-suite shower and bath (necessary after...More
One of my favourite places to visit. Cosy pub, always busy at the weekend. Good local beers (free house) and decent pub food. I find it a friendly place, often families and big groups of walkers there.