Cheshire Cat Pubs and Inns really do know their ‘apples and pears’ when it comes to operating successful pubs. Their Three Greyhounds Inn is true testament to this. Formerly a rural farm, the Three Greyhounds Inn is over 300 years old. The menu celebrates the pubs farming history with great food that supports local farming, from cheeses to ice cream and from eggs to potatoes. Farming is also reflected in their amazing brandy collection too, with Somerset cider brandies at the centre of over fifty brandies featured on the bar…..probably one of the biggest collections in England. Local cask ales and cider are also at the heart of the pub too. Pet Dogs are welcome and with Shakerley Mere adjacent, there’s nothing better than great home cooked food after a good walk with your dog. The pub also has a Private Dining Barn called the Old Dog House which caters for up to 70 guests allowing one yet another reason to enjoy this lovely country pub.
Pickmere Guest House is a Georgian grade ll listed building dating back to 1772, originally built as a farmhouse, it was the largest of its kind in Cheshire. Commanding picturesque views over the surrounding