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The Pheasant
Higher Burwardsley
Cheshire

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In a peaceful corner of rural Cheshire, The Pheasant Inn offers wonderful views, cosy log fires and a pretty courtyard garden. The inn is situated in the scenic Peckforton Hills. Set in 300-year old sandstone buildings, rooms at The Pheasant have original features and traditional charm. All rooms have a TV, tea/coffee facilities and a bathroom with free toiletries. The restaurant features exposed beams and stone walls, and serves a modern British menu using quality local produce. The atmospheric bar offers real ales, fine wines and views across the Cheshire Plains. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, The Pheasant is close to many popular walking routes. Chester centre and Nantwich are a 20-minute drive, and Peckforton Castle is a pleasant 25-minute walk away.

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Ratings/Awards: CAMRA’s Pub of the Season Summer 2007
AA Dining Award
Egon Ronay Guide
the Michelin Good Pub Guide
Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12
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