March 25th, 2019
If you’re looking for a bite to eat in Cheshire, try a few of these great pubs and restaurants on for size. All of these fantastic pubs and restaurants are within a short drive of our Riverside Park homes. So, if you’re tempted by our stunning park homes, now you know where to get a delicious meal or a refreshing drink!
The Plough Inn on Beauty Bank is a cosy and traditional pub offering a wide selection of food and drink. Extremely popular with walkers and ramblers due to its secluded location, the pub is usually busy. But it’s well worth the wait. There is a beer garden for you to enjoy when the weather is favourable and they allow dogs, too. However, they prohibit kids under 14 years of age, which is either a good or bad thing depending on your needs. There are also full disabled facilities for those with limited mobility.
This rustic dining venue is a multi-award-winning gastropub serving fresh, seasonal, local produce. What’s more, the views from the edge of Delamere Forest are quite stunning, so you’ll have more than just great food and drink to enjoy. Booking in advance is quite necessary, so do make sure to give plenty of notice if you’d like to dine at this fabulous establishment.
The Carriers Inn is a traditional bar and restaurant on the edge of Hatchmere Lake. As such, it provides beautiful views of the water with delicious food and drinks to compliment the atmosphere. The pub has stood there since 1637, and interestingly, many believe it to be haunted. This makes it perfect for both those who love a good ghost story and sceptics who want a tasty meal.
If you’re looking for a traditional, dog-friendly family pub with a play area, then the Vale Royal Abbey Arms is perfect for you. This 200-year-old venue serves hearty food with and a great selection of wine and ales. There are daily offers to give you extra value for money, and there’s also a monthly quiz to test your knowledge.
The Boar’s Head restaurant is a gorgeous place to visit for an afternoon meal or a drink in the sun. The beer garden is absolutely spectacular and the interiors are lush, modern and inviting. In terms of food, you can look forward to traditional pub classics with a few international favourites, with plenty of vegetarian and vegan options. They also have an extensive wine menu, so you’ll have no trouble finding a drink to pair with your meal.
If you are thinking of changing your lifestyle and are 50+ with no children, we highly recommend that you put your name down for one of the new homes that will be on the park once the improvements have been done.
I bought my new home in March 2007. I chose Delamere Grove partly because of the unusual layout of the park, e.g. with every plot being different.
As residents of Delamere Grove Park we find this a very pleasant place to live. Being in a rural area of Cheshire it has much to offer.
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