Located in the heart of the south Cheshire countryside, The Bhurtpore Inn is a family-owned, traditional village pub.
The owners - Simon and Nicky George - bought The Bhurtpore in 1991. Since then, the pub has won numerous awards and it is recommended by Alastair Sawday, the AA, the Good Pub Guide and the Campaign for Real Ale.
The food is freshly-prepared, home-made and reasonably priced. Diners have the option of eating in the bar or the restaurant and food is served at lunchtime and in the evening.
With eleven real ales always available, a large selection of bottled beers and eight craft and continental beers on tap, the Bhurtpore attracts enthusiasts and connoisseurs from far and wide.
For customers who prefer cider, wine or something a little stronger, the Bhurtpore offers a huge choice of those too. The bar also stocks over twenty five different fruit juices.
As well as welcoming the passing traveller, The Bhurtpore is at the centre of the local community. It is home to the Wobbly Wheels cyclists and, once a month, a folk music session and meetings of the Vintage Sports Car Club and Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club
We had a great turn out this summer for our the Bhurtpore Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club show, one of the biggest shows of its type in the country. Not to mention a well attended ride for owners of antique cycles of all shapes and sizes.
Whether you arrive by car, bicycle, foot or train, The Bhurtpore is easy to find and a warm welcome is guaranteed.