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Pheasant Inn
Higher Burwardsley
Chester
Cheshire

CH3 9PF | View map
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Tucked in a peaceful corner of rural Cheshire, this relaxing country retreat enjoys some of the most magnificent panoramic views of the Cheshire plains. Good wholesome freshly cooked food, traditional ales, a selection of wines from around the world and a warm welcome await you at this 300 year old inn.

Nestling in the Peckforton Hills this is a ramblers and hikers paradise, a special retreat to escape to from the hustle of city life. Whether you come to drink, dine or unwind for a few days in one of our 12 en-suite bedrooms, this atmospheric location will quickly have you under its spell. Delightful old sandstone buildings, open log fires, attractive beer gardens, and the friendly cosy atmosphere all add up to the magic.

We hope to see you soon!

Owned and Operated by Nelson Hotels, a family owned collection of individual hotels

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

Price per Room:

Double: From £105 - Family Room £130
Single: From £95
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Restaurant

Cuisine: Classic English Pub Fayre
Chef: Matt Leech
Awards: CAMRA’s Pub of the Season Summer 2007
AA Rosette
Egon Ronay Guide
the Michelin Good Pub Guide

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Disabled Access - Limited
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