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The Bull and Stirrup Hotel

This hotel has kept some of the original Bull and Stirrup Hotel features.

Chester >

The Square Bottle

This pub was for most of its history the Chester Co-operative Department Store.

Chester >

The Wilfred Wood

Situated in Hazel Grove – originally called Bullock Smithy.

Stockport >

The Kingfisher

This pub (almost) has royal connections!

Poynton >

The Counting House

This pub was originally a bank, and still has a former vault inside.

Congleton >

The Society Rooms

How many other pubs have a facsimile of a William Morris tapestry displayed on the wall?

Macclesfield >

The Calverts Court

This area has been home to many great buildings.

Stockport >

The Ferry Boat

Read about the impact the Industrial Revolution had on Runcorn.

Runcorn >

The Friar Penketh

Discover the history of Warrington.

Warrington >

The Unicorn

Discover the history of Altrincham.

Altrincham >

The Premier

Read about some of Widnes’s important historical figures.

Widnes >

The Penny Black

Discover the history of the Penny Post.

Northwich >

The Society Rooms

Stalybridge has a number of blue plaques, one of which commemorates the site of Gorse Hall, which was built by Beatrix Potter’s maternal grandparents.

Stalybridge >

The George Inn

This three-storey building was grade II listed in 1978.

Sandbach >

The Queen Arms

Winsford was once given the nickname ‘The Dark Town’, because of its 100 chimneys.

Winsford >

The Looking Glass

This pub is closed permanently.

Warrington >

The Wheatsheaf

Read about the famous Hooton Hall.

Ellesmere Port >