The Partridge Stretton
The Partridge opened its doors in May 2017 following an extensive refurbishment to develop an authentic country pub, complete with 10 beautiful en-suite bedrooms. Nestled in the countryside, yet adjacent to junction 10 of the M56 and the A49 and 3 miles from the M6, The Partridge is the ideal location for exploring Manchester, Liverpool and Chester or as a stopover on your journey from North to South, or East to West. Looking for a place to rest your head after taking in the fresh air? The Partridge is the perfect countryside retreat, complete with ten bedrooms, ensuring you wake up refreshed and ready for your journey. Book direct with us for the best rates, including a complimentary welcoming drink!
Great food means using the best ingredients. The team here at The Partridge have created a seasonal menu featuring the very best British dishes with the occasional European twist, showcasing our relationships with local farms and producers.Drop by and enjoy a three-course meal in our relaxed dining area, a casual bite beside our log fire, or a glass of your favourite tipple at the well-stocked bar.
We’re passionate about pulling the perfect pint, from presentation to the quality of the beer. Our draught ales are complemented by international bottled beers and our guest ales are some of the best in the country.Our spirit selection covers the classics, as well as some less common tipples. There are the usual suspects; gins, malt whiskies and brandies, to name a few, but we also have a soft spot for the lesser known flavours.
Stretton, Cheshire , WA4 4LX
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Walton Hall & Gardens
Walton Hall, the former home of Lord Daresbury is an Elizabethan style mansion, set amidst tranquil parkland.The grounds offer a breathtaking photographic
Anderton Boat Lift
Dating back to 1857, dive into the past and board the incredible Anderton boat lift. An incredible work of Victorian Engineering, this gem was first built for the movement of narrow boats.