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The Pheasant Inn
Burwardsley
Cheshire

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Welcome to The Pheasant Inn at Higher Burwardsley. Tucked in a peaceful corner of rural Cheshire, The Pheasant enjoys some of the most magnificent panoramic views in the area. Nestling in the Peckforton Hills, this is a rambler's and hiker's paradise. A relaxing country retreat to escape from the hustle of city life or for a quiet romantic weekend. The Pheasant Inn provides the ideal base for a number of activities. For the more active their is the Sandstone Trail or Cycling throught the Peckforton hills. Close by you will also find the House of Wax candle workshops, Cheshire Fishing Lakes, Chester Zoo and Beeston and Peckforton Castles. Our twelve en-suite rooms combine both style and comfort and feature modern facilities such as complimentary wireless broadband internet. The Pheasant Inn is without doubt one of the most picturesque inns in Cheshire. Our menu is designed in three sections. A light-bites section for those that fancy a quick pit-stop or a simple salad, a home-comforts section honouring time tested traditional gastro pub food, and a main course section featuring more varied British and European cuisine.

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