Visits

Little Moreton Hall

This beautiful old Tudor Hall is less than fifteen minutes from The Old Pub and is a lovely way to spend an afternoon.

Come and visit us for breakfast and slowly make your way through the country lanes to this stunning piece of history.

It also has a cute little team, a great pit-stop after walking around the moat that surrounds the hall.

Alternatively, make Little Moreton Hall your morning activity and wind down with us at The Old Pub over a boozy lunch.

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How to get there

We use AA route planner for directions which is available below.

If you prefer to plan your route differently, here are the postcodes:

The Old Pub: SK11 9EQ

Little Moreton Hall: CW12 4

Click HERE for the AA Router Planner

Capesthorne Hall

This splendid Eighteenth Century Hall is less than ten minutes from The Old Pub. Lose yourself in the gardens.

The ancestral home of the Bromley-Davenports, a friendly family who often frequent The Old Pub.

The Hall has some beautiful lakes and architecture to marvel at.

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How to get there

We use AA route planner for directions which is available below.

If you prefer to plan your route differently, here are the postcodes:

The Old Pub: SK11 9EQ

Capesthorne Hall: SK11 9JX

Click HERE for the AA Router Planner

Jodrell Bank

We love the fact that The Old Pub is so close to so many beautiful places, BUT, Jodrell Bank has to be pretty near the top of the MUST VISIT list!

A UNESCO world heritage site. To quote their website: ‘Humans have always looked up at the skies and marvelled at the Sun, Moon, planets and stars, in an attempt to understand our own sense of place and purpose, here on Earth.

For over 75 years, Jodrell Bank has been at the forefront of that quest for understanding and at the heart of ground breaking discoveries and world-leading research’.

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How to get there

We use AA route planner for directions which is available below.

If you prefer to plan your route differently, here are the postcodes:

The Old Pub: SK11 9EQ

Jodrell Bank Observatory: SK11 9DW

Click HERE for the AA Router Planner

Brereton Heath

Another gem that is right on our doorstep.

Brereton Heath is a fifty acre combination of woodland, wetland and wildflower meadow with a 15 acre lake which is stuffed full of wildlife, flora and fauna.

The lake is wheelchair accessible – be sure to take your binoculars!!

Click HERE for more information.

How to get there

We use AA route planner for directions which is available below.

If you prefer to plan your route differently, here are the postcodes:

The Old Pub: SK11 9EQ

Brereton Heath: No postcode

Click HERE for the AA Router Planner

Clonter Opera

Being next door to this cultural centre is an honour.

Offering workshops, operatic and theatrical performances throughout the year – you have to put this on your ‘must visit’ list.

If you are camping over whilst at the Cross Over Festival or similar…remember we are here for your breakfast refuel, afternoon tea, relaxing lunch or even an early evening supper!

Don’t forget, a pint and a packet of crisps is always an option!!!

Click HERE for more information.

How to get there

We use AA route planner for directions which is available below.

If you prefer to plan your route differently, here are the postcodes:

The Old Pub: SK11 9EQ

Clonter Opera: CW12 2LR

Click HERE for the AA Router Planner