The Bridge Prestbury
In the very heart of rural Cheshire lies the picturesque and unspoilt village of Prestbury of which the Bridge is the keystone. A grade II listed country pub, restaurant and hotel, it connects quirky decor matched with country comforts. Since 1952, The Bridge in Prestbury has boasted luxurious accomodation, fine food, morning coffee, afternoon tea, private dining facilities, and a welcoming bar and restaurant. The seasonal menus promote the local farmers, foragers and gardeners of Cheshire.
The Bridge is an ideal base for visiting the wonderful and diverse Cheshire countryside and attractions just 20 minutes drive from Manchester International Airport and located within easy reach of the motorway network. The Bridge Hotel balances the excellent facilities of a modern hotel with genuine character and appeal. Whether dining with us, staying overnight or just popping in for a drink, on business or for pleasure, you can be always assured of a very warm welcome.
The newly refurbished Restaurant & Bar is located in the oldest side of the building which dates back to 1626. Open for breakfast throughout the day serving artisan coffee and loose leaf tea’s; the stunning garden room and beautifully kept gardens, is the perfect setting for a quick bite, afternoon tea or a long boozy lunch.
The Restaurant serves premium locally sourced British seasonal produce giving traditional dishes a modern twist. The Bar is stocked with unique spirits & carefully selected wines to accompany the food. Ideal for a couple’s date night, large family meals and can be hired for exclusive use.
Prestbury, Cheshire , SK10 4DQ
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