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Pub Walks in Cheshire Guidebook

Pub Walks in Cheshire Guidebook

by: James F. Edwards
If you enjoy both walking and visiting country pubs this book should appeal. All the inns are in Cheshire and surrounded by excellent walking country. Every walk begins and ends at a particular pub. The 20 routes vary in length from 1.5 to 5.5 miles and each route is described in detail and has its own accompanying sketch map.

There are walks on the Wirral peninsular, amongst the hills of the Peak District National Park and beside rivers, meres and canals. Visit peaceful Duddon and Dodleston and historic Mobberley with its superb 17th century inns. Stroll through the rich, sleepy countryside around villages of enduring charm such as Swettenham, and marvel at the views over the Cheshire Plain when stepping out from Rainow in the east of the county.

All 20 recommended pubs are described in full, with a photograph, and details include opening times, parking facilities, how to get there, food specialities and the range of ales.

The walk locations and pubs are:
Little Bollington: Swan with Two Nicks - 4 miles
Disley and Marple: Romper Inn - 3 miles
Mobberley: Bulls Head and Roebuck Inns - 3.5 miles
Lower Whitley: Cherwode Arms - 3.5 miles
Parkgate: The Boat House - 4.5 miles
Rainow: Robin Hood Inn - 3.5 miles
Woodbank: Yacht Inn - 3.5 miles
Over Peover: Ye Olde Park Gate - 3.5 miles
Hatchmere: The Carriers Inn - 4.5 miles
Bottom-of-The-Oven: Stanley Arms - 3.75 miles
Shakerley Mere: Three Greyhounds - 1.5 miles
Swettenham: The Swettenham Arms - 3 miles
Duddon: Headless Woman Inn - 3.5 miles
Dodleston: The Red Lion - 3.5 miles
Smallwood: Blue Bell Inn - 3.5 miles
Haughton Moss: The Nag's Head - 5 miles
Farndon: The Nag's Head - 3 miles
Broxton: The Durham Heifer - 4.5 miles
Wrenbury: The Dusty Miller - 2.5 miles
Audlem: The Shroppie Fly - 5.5 miles

ISBN 9781846740459 Pages 96 (2016) 148mm x 210mm

Price: 7.99