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The Pheasant Inn at Higher Burwardsley is nestled away in a peaceful corner of rural Cheshire, near Chester. This tranquil Inn enjoys some of the most magnificent panoramic views in the area and some of the best dining too.
Pam B said
I frequently enjoy the welcoming atmosphere of The Pheasant by walking there, as part of the Sandstone Trail. I often recommend friends and colleagues to go and also sample the excellent menu provided, which offers fresh exciting menu choices. I have even sampled a New Years Eve hospiitality and would highly recommend that other people also consider it,and the view needs to be experienced. The staff are always welcomming,and the service is of an exceptionally high standard! A place in the Heart of Cheshire to be explored!! Pam B
The Ring O' Bells has recently been voted 12th in the Morning Advertiser's Top 20 Pubs in the Country. So please come and join us and enjoy great surroundings, food, drink and service, in the heart of the beautiful village of Christleton, Chester.
Mr D J said
A big thank you to you and your team for a wonderful Christmas lunch, the food and service was excellent, we both hope to spend more great evenings dining at The Ring O’Bells. Mr D Joy
The Commercial Bar & Hotel is a typical, well established English Public House, Bar and Inn. The building has a modern but traditional twist and is the ideal meeting place for anyone visiting the historic City of Chester!read more
Located in the centre of historic Chester, The Ye Olde Kings Head is a traditional Public House / Bar / Inn offering home made locally sourced food and quality beer and drinks within welcoming surroundings.read more
The Bear & Billet was originally built in the 17th century and was owned by the Earls of Shrewsbury. Serving continental, cask & draught beers, this historic public house has a friendly and welcoming staff and is an ideal place to drink and eat in the heart of historic Chester.
We called in off the cuff to this quaint pub not expecting much more then pub grub ping out of the microwave. How wrong was! We had the best fish and chips I can say I have never had better anywhere else. The cod was real cod with a light beer batter the chips chunky and hand cut there was home made tartar sauce, mushy peas and a stoke of genious a little jug of chip shop curry sauce. Amazing for something so simple to be cooked this well. We had the small portion that was enough but they do a large as well for about Â£9.50 ours was Â£6.00 each - a bargain considering the quality. You can sit up or downstairs (better upstairs) the staff where quick to serve. Cant wait to go back and try the pie that looked fab as well! Just go Carole
The Shrewsbury Arms is a warm, friendly and inviting public house and English restaurant near to historic Chester. Its country feel interior with varnished floors a welcoming winter log fire or beer garden during the summer months make this the place to meet, drink and enjoy a freshly cooked meal with friends and family.read more