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The Pheasant Inn
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Reviewed March 17, 2012

I recently stayed here, just for the one night, with my partner (though I wish it could have been for longer). I only had a couple of niggly, picky issues and it was only because the rest of the stay was so good that they stood out glaringly. We stayed in the Tatton suite, which was not cheap, yet the toilet paper really was! I realise it's incredibly trivial, but that, and the cobwebs in the suite's bathroom, were the only blips in what, otherwise, was a delightful stay. Also, in such a tranquil location, intrusions like loud radios blaring from a delivery van or suchlike, at 9am, are suddenly really obvious!
The staff in the restaurant were efficient, chatty and welcoming. We had a couple of dishes from the specals board and a couple off the menu; I would heartily recommend the restaurant to anyone, whether they stay over or not, and the views from the courtyard are just beautiful.
Special mention must go to Victoria, for her exemplary service during our meal, and to Simon, who was lovely and attentive behind the bar, and made sure we finished our evening in style.

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank 55mjc55
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Reviewed March 8, 2012

The inn is a very attractive olde worlde property with beautiful views. We stayed in one of the best rooms and when I booked I was told it had a 4 poster bed and fire in the room. The room was nice and spacious but the bed was not a 4 poster and the fire (which I expected to be a real fire) was an electric fan heater with a fire effect! I ran a bath in the evening only to find that the hot water was just warm. In the evening drying my hair and getting ready at the dressing table was difficult as the lighting in the room was very dim and the only bright light was in the bathroom. The food at the inn was average and the choice of real ales was not as advertised. I stayed at the Bears Paw in Warmingham just before Christmas (sister hotel to the Pheasant Inn) and according to the star rating the two are on a par. Not so! The Pheasant Inn is not a patch on the Bears Paw. To end on a positive note, if all you want is a nice base for lots of walking and outdoor activity then this may suit you as the location is stunning.

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Christine11
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Reviewed March 2, 2012

We first found the hidden gem of a pub some years ago while out walking, and we often visit throughout the year.
so when we we were looking for somewhere to celebrate a special Birthday we needed somewhere Special and the Phesant Inn ticked all the boxes.
we spend the saturday relaxing in the local area and sampled the food at the Pheasant, the food was very nice .then on the saturday night we had a meal. there were 20 or so of my family and friends, we all had a different meal and everyone was complimentry about the food.
the staff were all very good,the pub was very busy and the staff were under a lot of presssure, but they coped really very well.
the hotel bedrooms were so beautiful and relaxing,most with magnificent views of the cheshire plains.we woke up to a light dusting of snow on the welsh hills in the distance what a beautiful view was had by all.( i can't be to sure that this was down to the pheasant )
the breakfast was so very good, great choice, we ate in the conservatory watching over the magnificent views.
all in all i would rate the Phesant Inn with a top marks for the atmosphere,location, ellegant beddrooms & charm. the staff at all times morning noon and night were also first class.
if you have never been here before put it on your wish list

Room Tip: we sytayed in the cheshire room ,if you want a good view this is the one for you
  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed February 27, 2012

Cant believe to of read such negativity as there's no way I can believe this, but hey!! I have quite high standards and this hotel ticked all boxes. We parked our car and went for a lovely 6 mile walk, couldn't wait to get back the hotel...then to find i had locked our car keys in the car. A member of staff Simon came to our rescue and went that extra mile to sort us out, and couldn't of asked for anymore, so Thank you, you were a star. After we sat in the pub and had a few drinks, then checked into our rooms, we stayed in the Hawkshead and Delamere rooms, they were splendid. Lovely and clean, modern, fab powerful shower and some nice little goodies of toiletries and kettle/tea and coffee and a TV. We then had a meal in the hotel at night, the staff were lovely and very tentative and great customer service, and the food was fantastic ( i recommend the burger.. make sure your hungry), drinks also reasonably priced. In the morning we had breakfast, which was also fantastic and set us up for the next day. Thanks for such a wonderful weekend, we would definitey recommend this to friends and definitely return, fab location no complaints whatsoever.

Room Tip: We stayed in Hawkshead and Delamere rooms, standard double very modern and a step away outside from the pub entrance and on the ground floor.
  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled with friends
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Thank MsG85
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Reviewed February 17, 2012

We came across The Pheasant Inn via the internet and decided to book a short mid-week break. Our room was above the restaurant with beautiful views down the valley and a lovely large bathroom.
Breakfast was very good and the three evening meals were good value for money.
A great place to stay for a few days walking but take your ice skates just in case!

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Hilary H
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