Sunday, 19 March 2017 19:36

The Hayhurst Arms

Written by The Webmaster

The Hayhurst Arms was built in 1845 by the France-Hayhurst family as a Reading Room for the workers on the Estate; just one example of their philanthropy. In later years it expanded and evolved into Bostock Working Men’s Club and Parish Rooms, and in 2014 was completely renovated by Brunning & Price, opening its doors in February 2015. Now a classic village pub, The Hayhurst Arms sits at the very heart of Cheshire, alongside Bostock's village green.

Bostock is a friendly, close-knit community and the pub forms a wonderful social hub where neighbours meet for a chat and a pint of cask ale, or choose from the excellent range of wines on offer, as well as a vast array of single malts. Locals bring along their friends and family for a bite to eat, and visitors always find a warm welcome.

This traditional country pub is everything you'd wish for in a local, with log fires burning in winter and cozy corners in which to tuck yourself away. When the sun shines, the pub is flooded with light, with the spacious terrace and gardens overlooking the village green, the perfect place for a spot of al fresco dining.

The pub also has a private dining room available which seats up to 10 in comfort, perfect for cosy occasions when you want to be together with family and friends.

If you fancy a walk, The Hayhurst Arms Moulton and River Weaver Trail is a six mile, circular walk starting at the pub. The walking route has plenty of interest for everyone, taking in pretty villages, signs of the area’s historic industrial past and a picturesque stretch along the towpath of the Weaver Navigation. The walk was created by iFootpath and the route is available via an App, or to download.

You can discover more about The Hayhurst Arms here, or why not book a table and try it for yourself.

The image shows the Hayhurst's first manager, Chris Beswick and wife Louise.