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Welcome to the Roebuck Inn

The Roebuck is an award winning inn situated in the leafy village of Mobberley. It is a Grade II listed building dating back to 1708 and is the oldest inn in the village. In 2016 the Roebuck re-opened its doors after a lengthy closure. Mary Mclaughlin and Tim Bird acquired it and restored it over an 18 month period basing their restoration on a ‘petit hotel and bistro’ feel within a classic old English inn. With six rustic boutique bedrooms, terraces and tiered gardens, intimate bar and ‘neighbourhood’ bistro it has everything you need for the perfect escape……watch our short film to give you idea of what to expect…..


Eating at the Bistro

The Roebuck offers classic bistro dishes all freshly prepared by our Head Chef Andrew and his team. We are open for lunch and dinner and one can book direct or online here from the website. Please click here to see our current menu. We are also open for Brunch on both Saturday and Sunday mornings from 10am until 12pm click here for our brunch menu


Our Bedrooms

We have six ‘rustic’ boutique double bedrooms for your enjoyment from ‘cosy’ to ‘spacious’. We also have special weekend breaks for you to take advantage of so click here for our latest offers. All room reservations include our famous Cheshire Breakfast or Brunch at the weekend. Click here for our room tariff.



The Roebuck Inn is licensed to conduct wedding ceremonies and can be booked exclusively, inside and out, for the day. It is a truly unique wedding venue and can accommodate up to 55 people for the day time ceremony and wedding breakfast and an additional 20 guests for the evening reception. Please contact Kieran for more details on


‘VisitEngland’, along with the other tourist organisations of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the UK government, have launched a new industry standard mark as a way of supporting tourism businesses and providing reassurance to visitors. The industry standard is a way of letting our customers and guests know which businesses have made necessary changes to their day-to-day workings, including social distancing measures and staff training. We are good to go!