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The Bells of Peover, Lower Peover - pub details

Address: The Cobbles, Lower Peover, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 9PZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21708) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Plumley (1.6 miles), Knutsford (2.9 miles), Lostock Gralam (3.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.7/10 (rated by 19 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Crown, Lower Peover (0.5 miles), Golden Pheasant, Knutsford (1.5 miles), Whipping Stocks, Over Peover (1.6 miles)

user reviews of the Bells of Peover, Lower Peover

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Went there as there was at wedding reception on the grounds. Lovely setting with the church right opposite. Quite a posh place. 3-4 different ales on pull. Nice staff
yamyampublover - 8 Sep 2015 19:28
Seems that things have changed at the Bells since the last reviews were written. Although we didn't eat, we popped in for a drink after a walk yesterday and anything less like a "chain pub" would be hard to find. It now has an upmarket gastropub feel and the food looked extremely good, a little fussy even, and with prices to match. Slightly brisk and impersonal service at the bar, but I suspect they were busy: my partner had a (very good) cappuccino and I had a reasonable pint of Robinson's XB. Lovely location.
BirchView - 16 Apr 2012 13:21
This is a very nice pub in the Cheshire countryside. There's an American flag flying outside probably in recognition that General Patton and other US top brass frequented here when they were stationed nearby. Certainly, there's a lot of WWII memorabelia that I'll take a closer look at whenever I'm in there next.

The pub itself is very nicely decorated and does have a cosy, traditional feel to it. There's a good selection of Robinson Brewery ales on tap and although I didn't have any food it did look nice and fairly reasonably priced. The staff were friendly and most ales were about 2.60 a pint.

Overall, this pub experience was a positve one and I would recommend a visit to all those who like their rural pubs and WWII history.


wezmiester - 7 Sep 2009 11:12
Don't bother with this beautiful old important building in a historic area. All the locals will not eat there as the food is terrible and standard of service rotten. Be prepared to wait a very long time to get served or for your food to arrive even if its not busy. Tables are always dirty with glasses and pots not removed for hours.

How can such a wonderful place as this be allowed to operate by such a poor business team. I am waiting for the day the pub is under new management!!
andyblad - 21 Sep 2008 08:57
First class service by a very polite landlord and landlady. Lager was very drinkable and the whole surroundings are well worth a look in.
Couldn't comment on the food, but by the look of it the portions were more than adequate and well cooked.
Another pub to call in if only to see the interior. A very big difference from the usual run of the mill type.
Wheel154 - 21 Aug 2008 12:49

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