The Roebuck Inn at Mobberley, Cheshire

Review from The Cook Twit

“Im not sure its possible to get more ‘country pub’ than this. Mobberley in Cheshire seems to have ‘rustic’ and ‘quintessentially english’ completely wrapped up!’

The Flame and I used up a days holiday just before Christmas. A little scoot round Knutsford for last minute presents saw us heading out a couple of miles to The Roebuck Inn in Mobberley for a lazy lunch. It has been restored to an astonishing level of glory by the Cheshire Cat Pubs and Bars. Apparently they have done the same to several others including its super neighbour The Bulls Head and the A49’s The Cholmondeley Arms. You could say they are a sort of Alan Titchmarsh of pubs, transforming weedy patches of backyard into lush, vibrant plumage!

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Although Roebuck dates back to 1708 it has been restored and styled with café tables, red leather sofas and candles

Nothing is likely to warm you against the winter chill like a splash of Mediterranean, found deep in Cheshire.

Serving sunshine flavours and local craft beers, ciders and an extensive wine list, this eclectic gem redefines rustic.

Although Roebuck dates back to 1708 it has been restored and styled with café tables, red leather sofas and candles

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