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The Egerton Arms, Chelford - pub details

Egerton Arms
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Address: Knutsford Road, Chelford, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 9BB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26410) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Chelford (0.2 miles), Alderley Edge (3.2 miles), Goostrey (3.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.7/10 (rated by 13 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Stags Head, Great Warford (1.2 miles), Dog Inn, Over Peover (1.4 miles), Ye Olde Parkgate Inn, Over Peover (1.6 miles)

user reviews of the Egerton Arms, Chelford

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Country pub that is more of a restaurant that serves ale than a pub that serves food. But that seems fairly typical of this area. The car park was heaving and the pub was very busy too. Popular with families, most people were eating and there were no tables available for those dropping in. Sitting or standing at the bar appeared to be the only option for drinkers. Nevertheless, service was prompt and the ale range was decent - Happy Valley Station Road, Weetwood Bitter, Brightside Underworld Porter, Cheshire Brewhouse A Little Lupy & Salopian Conundrum. Probably best visiting on a quiet weekday.
blue_scrumpy - 27 Apr 2015 21:03
Visited here with the family after a disappointing trip to Chelford car boot, so decided to treat ourselves to Sunday lunch. The food was lovely, they had stuff the kids would eat too which is always a bonus. The staff were very friendly, a guy who was presumably the manager or landlord was going round and checking everyone was OK, chatting with the diners and helping some of the older clientele to their tables. There was a decent selection of real ales available, and the pint I had was very pleasant. The food bill soon racked up but the food was decent and even the kids cleared their plates, so you don't resent paying a bit extra. There was some seating out the front and a small play area to the rear, neither of which we investigated. It was busy at Sunday lunchtime but that's to be expected and to be fair we didn't have to wait to get seated. The only thing I found a bit strange was the presence of a stool (of the seating variety) in the corner of the gents toilets - by all accounts there was one in the ladies too. Not quite sure why you need a viewing stool in the toilets! All in all a great experience in this pub and I would be happy to recommend it to anyone.
RealAleRobUK - 16 Jul 2013 11:06
A warm welcome received today.

I didn't stay long, but there was a good range of ales, and not unduly expensive given the surroundings.

However, all but a few tables in this large pub were laid for diners, and I was directed to the few remaining, (by the toilets entrances) for none-eaters.

The clientele seemed generally of the older age group, well-spoken and prosperous.
eddybeer - 1 May 2013 19:05
Fabulous..... welcoming, friendly and nice beer..... planning a visit next time without the car!!!

kid friendly, dog friendly, pool table, tv's.. a good mix, spoke to the owner and he cares about his pub!

icky_sky - 4 Jul 2010 20:12
Excellent food, the new landlord Jeremy is now the owner so has some great real ales and has clearly spent alot of money doing the place up. Its got a chinese style room, wooden floors 3 open fire plaxces, a nice large beer garden and the food portions are big! Well priced too. Our Sunday traditional roast lunch came with a massive yorkshire pud!
napoleon1911 - 10 Jan 2010 16:39

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