The Best Cosy Winter Pubs In Cheshire

On a cold winters day in December there is nothing like visiting a country pub for a warming meal or a festive tipple. Cheshire has a whole array of wonderful pubs just waiting to be discovered and after sampling quite a few we have come up with the very best cosy winter pubs in Cheshire.

First is The Fox & Hounds, Holmes Chapel Road, Cheshire, CW4 7LW, traditional country pub that serves hearty homemade food made from locally sourced ingredients and fine ales from the breweries of Cheshire. Their open log fires are perfect for curling up in front of with friends with a baileys Irish cream in hand.

Next is The Vale Inn 29-31 Adlington Road, Cheshire, SK10 5JT, a no frills homely pub that serves simple fresh food and real ale. The pub has an open friendly feeling, the service is personal and the atmosphere is welcoming. At number three is The Yew Tree Inn, Long Lane, CW6 9RD, a pub that has won an enviable amount of awards.

The pub was built in the nineteenth century by The Earl of Crewe and is full of character and history. Their menu is sensational and created from ingredients from local family farms, it changes every eight weeks and diners can expect delights such as crispy belly pork and fish pie.

Next is The Badger Inn, Cross Lane, Cheshire, CW5 6DY, a pub that dates back to the eighteenth century and was once a place to see bare-knuckle fighting. Fast forward to the twenty-first century it is a much quainter abode, exposed oak beams and open fires make it a lovely place to relax on a Sunday.

Must try dishes include the eighteen-hour slow cooked blade of beef, smoked haddock kedgeree and golden syrup braised ham hock. At number five is Pant yr Ochain, Old Wrexham Road, Cheshire, LL12 8T, a pretty manor house pub that is steep in history.

It dates back to the 1530s and is full of history and character, it has retained its original Tudor wattle and daub timbers and is breathtakingly beautiful inside and out. The pub is a favoured by Cheshire’s most beautiful Chester escorts from the counties most revered escort agency Exclusive Company Escorts.

The menu here is more contemporary, expect baby squid, king prawn and chorizo salad and chargrilled harissa marinated halloumi. It’s a wonderful place and you can always guarantee you will be dining in the most exclusive company.

The most expensive streets in London

Britain is still the 5th most influential country in the world and also one of the wealthiest. Of course the wealth alike every other capitalist country is not spread equally which makes some areas super rich and some rather poor. More than just the area there are some specific streets which are very expensive to live on based on the house prices making them extremely exclusive. If you want to get a number of any one of these streets then you are looking at spending a total fortune.

Kensington Palace Garden, London W8.

Kensington Palace Garden, London W8.

If you are looking for a place where you can book Kensington escorts then you will have no problems here. Kensington is one of the richest parts of London and arguably the world. Kensington palace Gardens has an average home price of £19.2 million. Some houses have been sold for more than £100 million here.

The Bolton, London SW10

The Bolton, London SW10

If you are looking to get a home on this street it will set you back £13 million on average.

 

Frognal way, London NW3

Frognal way, London NW3

Frognal Way, which is close to Hampstead tube station has an average house price of more than £10 million.

 

Compton Avenue, London N6

Compton Avenue, London N6

With an average house price of more than £8 million Compton Avenue, London N6 is one of the most expensive places in London.

Park Place Villas, London W2

Park Place Villas, London W2

This sleepy part of London is located close to Paddington station. If you want a property here you are looking at spending more than £7 million.

Courtenay Avenue, London N6

Courtenay Avenue, London N6

Courtenay Avenue, London N6 is in a suburban part of London which is located very close to Highgate golf club. If you would like to live in this exclusive part of London you will have to fork out more than £7 million.