Monday, 30 October 2017 17:34

The Three Greyhounds Inn

Written by The Webmaster

Traditional Country Pub

The Three Greyhounds Inn re-opened in 2012 after a full refurbishment and restoration works of the 300 year old country pub. It was rescued by Tim Bird and Mary McLaughlin who also own the Cholmondeley Arms near Bunbury and the Bulls Head and Church Inn in Mobberley.

The pub is a warm, relaxing and friendly pub with freshly cooked and locally sourced food, fine ales from local microbreweries, unique spirits as well as fourteen or so wines by the glass.

As a ‘true’ pub they don’t take table reservations. Just turn up and if they’re busy they’ll put your name on their list, while you relax and have a drink and they seat everyone in order.

There is also a lovely private dining/party room with its own bar called the ‘Old Dog House’ that can seat 60 comfortably within a country barn environment for that relaxed party with food and drink.

The Three Greyhounds welcomes well-behaved pet dogs in its ‘Brandy Snug’.

6 miles, 12 minutes from The Bostock Estate.

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