Pheasant InnBarracks Lane
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Serving two to three Weetwood Beers plus the odd guest ale, the Pheasant is a 300 year old half-timbered, sandstone inn, nestling on top of the Peckforton Hills. The lounge apparenty has the biggest log fire in Cheshire, while the restaurant was formerly the farmhouse kitchen and retains the old range. Pictures of Highland cattle, and rosettes from successful shows decorate the walls. Enjoy the superb views over the Cheshire Plain toward the Welsh hills and Liverpool. Set midway along the Sandstone Trail, in magnificent countryside, the Pheasant is ideal for walkers, and a leaflet detailing four circular walks from the pub has been specially commissioned. The castles of Beeston, Cholmondley and Peckforton are within easy reach, while the Cheshire Candle Workshop is close by. Twelve en-suite rooms are situated in an award-winning converted barn, with Bed & Breakfast available. Only eight miles from Chester, this is an excellent spot for visitors to Cheshire or North Wales.