The Cholmondeley Arms
Eating Out,Guest House / B&Bs in Cheshire
This award winning country pub is nestled perfectly in a corner of Cheshire that is close to both Cholmondeley Castle and Lord Cholmondeley’s wider estate. Formerly a Victorian village school house, the ‘Chum’ (as it is nicknamed) offers a warm, yet vibrant, atmosphere with log fires and high ceilings. It is famous for its locally sourced food and its 366 gins - one for every day of the year in a leap year! There is something here for everyone! Even though the Cholmondeley Arms is featured in the food section of my book, it’s worth mentioning the ‘Headmaster’s House’ adjacent to the pub, where you’ll find the six cosy guest bedrooms that are named after old headmasters and fictional teachers. The rooms all reflect the history of the house and are in keeping with the pubs very high standards. So if it’s walks in the Cheshire countryside you want with a G&T and award winning food afterwards then look no further.