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The Rose and Crown Inn, Allgreave - pub details

Address: Buxton Road, Allgreave, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 0BJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11756) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 5.6/10 (rated by 10 users)
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Ship Inn, Wincle (1.2 miles), Crag Inn, Wildboarclough (1.4 miles)

user reviews of the Rose and Crown Inn, Allgreave

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Situated in a fairly barren and windswept location high on the moors. It was a perfect place to go to during Storm Jorge. With just 2 other couples (both diners) in, it was quiet. But the atmosphere was cosy. Service took a while. There was a choice of 3 ales - Wincle Waller, RedWillow Feckless & Jenning's Cumberland Ale. I opted for the Waller. But I would have preferred a dark beer or a cider. Still a decent place though.
blue_scrumpy - 2 Mar 2020 21:06
Due to reopen soon, having been bought by Ian and Luda from the Hanging Gate nearby. Will be interesting to see how it fares as a free house.
whothefox - 4 Dec 2013 22:00
whothefox - 5 Jun 2013 23:10
I went here for the first time today and I was hugely impressed by it . The landlord was so helpful, welcoming and understanding.The views are outstanding, Chehsire at its' finest. The beer garden is lovely.The pub is very clean.

I want to return and try the food. It smelt very good !!
martianpoolwoman - 30 Jul 2011 20:59
Isolated pub, nothing else nearby really. Stunning location with sweeping views down to the valley below and the hills beyond. Yes, the front door does open almost directly onto the road, but it's not exactly the M6 outside in terms of throughflow. A few car park spaces either side of the pub , but a big grassed overflow area on a terrace up a hairpin bend to the right of the building.
Robinsons house, beer reasonable, but not outstanding. Friendly welcome, although a group of young lads on racing bikes had a spot of bother when it came to trying to pay for their coffees and sandwiches by card, only to be told "we can't take cards at the moment" - surely they should have been informed of that when ordering? Don't know if/when it ever gets busy, but a decent pit-stop when on a tour of the stunning landscapes aroundabout.
Gristy - 25 Jul 2011 16:08

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