Where’s best to drink in Knutsford? What pubs should I visit?
Knutsford has a variety of different places to drink, whether you’re looking for a comfy and cosy olde-worlde establishment steeped in history or somewhere swanky and upmarket where you can dress to impress, Knutsford has it all! We’ve rounded up some of our favourite pubs in the area to help you plan your night (or day!) out:
The Lost and Found
After opening in 2016, The Lost and Found is a quirky bar with vaulted ceilings and striking décor. They also do a pretty mean cocktail and with an extensive menu, there’s no excuse not to try them all! Based in the Old Town Hall on Princess Street, this bar holds a secret door that takes you to a special cocktail den away from the main room (HINT: check out the portraits on the wall).
Visit www.the-lostandfound.co.uk/knutsford for more information on this stylish place to drink
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Old Sessions House
Offering a varied wine list in the heart of Knutsford, visit the Old Sessions House for a relaxed place to enjoy a beverage and take in the local scenery. They also offer good value food plus live music every Friday.
To find out what’s on at the Old Sessions House visit www.carrwoodltd.com/old-sessions-house/
Rose ‘N’ Crown
A pretty, traditional looking pub with a warm and cosy bar area (with fantastic open fires in winner), the Rose ‘N’ Crown is a great way to get a feel for the history of Knutsford whilst enjoying local ales from Mobberley Fine Ales or a quality cider, champagne or something from the wine list, this pub is full of character.
For more information visit www.rosencrownknutsford.com/bar
This smart Italian restaurant is also a bustling cocktail bar, serving up a range of delicious drinks made by experienced mixologists. They also for a great 2 for 1 special on cocktails from Monday to Friday 5pm-7pm which is definitely worth trying out!
Find out more at www.gustorestaurants.uk.com/restaurant/knutsford/
Tap & Bottle
Knutsford’s only beer bar, Tap & Bottle is a must if you enjoy a beer or lager. With a jukebox on hand, as well as regular live music, this new bar serves a variety of local (and not so local) beverages…you guessed it, from a tap or a bottle!
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Dexter & Jones
Offering craft beer and artisan gin, Dexter & Jones’ beer bar and bottle shop is well worth a visit to either relax with a drink or takeaway some booze of your choice. They also hold regular events such as gin tasting and with a choice over 450 different bottled beers, 100 gins individually selected from around the world, 6 constantly changing keg beers on rafts and 6 different gins served by the glass.
Find a beer or gin to suit you at www.dexterandjones.co.uk
The Church Inn
Recent winner of Cheshire Life’s 2017 Dining Pub of the Year award The Church Inn also offers a great selection of drinks (including craft beers and a great wine selection) in pretty, cosy surroundings.
Check out the Church Inn at www.churchinnmobberley.co.uk/
The Frozen Mop
This charming country pub has plenty of rustic character and picturesque surroundings as well as a hearty, seasonal menu and great ales.
To find out more about the Frozen Mop visit www.vintageinn.co.uk/restaurants/north-west/thefrozenmopmobberley
Rated as the best place for pub food in Knutsford on TripAdvisor, the Dun Cow offers an excellent menu, cosy surroundings and beautiful views. With Robinson’s on tap and a great selection of drinks, the Dun Cow doesn’t disappoint.
Take a look at what’s on offer at the Dun Cow at www.robinsonsbrewery.com/duncow
Offering locally brewed cask, beers and Indian pale ales alongside quality wine and champagne, this pub was refurbished a couple of years ago and offers cosy but contemporary surroundings to enjoy your drinks (and food from the smokehouse on site!)
Find out about Freemasons at www.freemasons-knutsford.co.uk
Angel at King Street
Following a makeover, this Joseph Holt pub offers a good selection of food, drink and wines. Based in the centre of Knutsford, this pub offers a range of events including a regular quiz night.
More info on this pub is available on Facebook
Lord Eldon Inn
A great all round, traditional pub that isn’t overly fussy, the Lord Eldon is a friendly pub in Knutsford which used to be a coaching inn. Close to Tatton Park, with a range of events taking place regularly, it’s dog friendly too and offers real ales, food and a great atmosphere.
Find out more about the Lord Eldon Inn on Facebook
This English garden themed bar/restaurant offers a range of botanical cocktails and extensive gin menu as well as a wide selection of world and local beers and ales. There’s also live music every night from Monday to Saturday and on Sunday afternoons.
Discover more about The Botanist at www.thebotanist.uk.com/locations/knutsford
The Golden Pheasant
The Golden Pheasant is a rare and special pub with history, character and a warm welcome that offers award-winning cask ales and delicious seasonal home cooked food. The 200 year old wayside Inn has been family owned for 88 years and recently reopened following a major refurbishment. The pub is child friendly with a spacious garden with a play area to keep the little ones busy. They also have dog friendly sections in the pub and a lovely, rural setting in Plumley.
To find out more about the Golden Pheasant visit their website: www.goldenpheasantatplumley.co.uk/
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The Cross Keys
The Cross Keys is an 18th century traditional inn set in a converted coaching house and the stables of a half-timbered 18th-century inn, offering a varied range of real ales, refreshing beers and premium gins.