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FAQs

Our address is Mill Lane, Mobberley, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 7HX

Food service times in the Roebuck Inn Bistro

Monday – Brunch 9am to 11.30am then Bistro menu all day from 12 mid-day to 9pm

Tuesday – Brunch 9am to 11.30am then Bistro menu all day from 12 mid-day to 9pm

Wednesday – Brunch 9am to 11.30am then Bistro menu all day from 12 mid-day to 9pm

Thursday – Brunch 9am to 11.30am then Bistro menu all day from 12 mid-day to 9pm

Friday – Brunch 9am to 11.30am then Bistro menu and specials all day from 12 mid-day to 9.30pm

Saturday – Brunch 9am to 11.30am then Bistro menu and specials all day from 12 mid-day to 9.30pm

Sunday – Brunch 9am to 11.30am then Bistro menu and Sunday Roasts all day from 12 mid-day to 8.45pm

 

Bar service times

Monday – 11am to 10.30pm

Tuesday – 11am to 10.30pm

Wednesday – 11am to 10.30pm

Thursday – 11am to 10.30pm

Friday – 11am to 11pm

Saturday – 11am to 11pm

Sunday – 12 mid-day to 10.30pm

Check Inn times are after 3pm and before 6pm

Check out times are before 11.30am every day

The Bistro

Children under the age of 10 years old are very welcome in the Bistro until 7.30pm.

Due to space, we don’t have highchairs here at the Roebuck Inn. While we will always try our hardest to find a suitable seat and cushions we would advise parents of babies to bring booster seats or pushchairs etc. with them.

Children of 10 years old and above are welcome beyond this time.

The Garden and Terraces

Children under the age of 10 years old are very welcome in the Garden and terraces until 7.30pm so that adults may enjoy the relaxing and peaceful nature of the garden. Our sister pub the Bulls Head across the lane welcomes children in the garden until 9pm for your convenience.

Children of 10 years old and above are welcome beyond this time.

 

The Roebuck Inn has its own car park which we share with our sister pub the Bull’s Head opposite. There are plenty of parking spaces and visitors may also park in Mill Lane. Please park sensibly and avoid parking on yellow lines as village police do issue tickets. Always park with respect for local residents.

If you are staying with us and need a hand with your luggage from the car do give us a shout on arrival and we will help you settle in. We look forward to seeing you.

Cheshire Cat Pubs and Inns is a collection of seven pubs across Cheshire and Staffordshire. Owners Tim and Mary rescued and restored pubs that were either closed down or simply lost causes, and now they shine brightly for all to enjoy.

We don’t consider ourselves to be a ‘pub chain’ – we have always set out to create individual pubs and inns that offer character and atmosphere, with differentiated food and drinks in each. Our people are like family and our pubs celebrate individualism – that is what makes us special.

Discover our sister pubs and inns at Cheshire Cat Pubs & Bars

Read more on our ‘About’ Page and our restoration of the Roebuck Inn here.

We are very honoured to have been recognised by some of the most important people and publications in our industry. We thank our entire team (past and present) for working so hard to help us build our pubs and inns in to award winning places, our loyal customers for supporting us with such enthusiasm, and of course all of our suppliers for helping us deliver quality and differentiation to all consistently.

Awards & Accolades

Winner Alistair Sawday’s ‘Favourite Newcomer’ Pub of the Year 2017/18

Winner Eat, Drink and Sleep Awards Best Premium Casual Dining Restaurant in South Manchester/Cheshire 2017

Sunday Times ‘Top 100 Places to Stay in the UK 2017/18’

Mail on-line ‘World’s Cosiest Places 2017’

The Times Britain’s 30 best summer pubs​ 2018

Finalist Best New Pub at The Publican Awards 2018

Voted Sawday’s Best Rooms ‘Runner Up’ 2020 by the Daily Telegraph

The Times Top 25 Cosy UK Hotels for Winter 2020/21

Estrella Damm Top 100 Gastro Pubs 2021

Covid Community Hero Award 202

The Times Top 25 Pubs to Staycation at 2021


Publications

The Times and The Sunday Times

The Telegraph

Cheshire Life

Mail On-Line

Good Pub Guide

Alistair Sawday’s Guide

AA Good Pub Guide

Inn Places Guide

Slow Travel Guide to Cheshire

Britain’s Finest