Bells Of Peover
An historic Grade-I listed pub situated in the idyllic village of Lower Peover, close to Knutsford, The Bells of Peover sits adjacent to St Oswald Church on the cobbles and both date back to the 14th century. The pub is famous as during WWII American Generals Eisenhower and Patton, stationed nearby, would meet here to discuss strategies. Today the Stars & Stripes and Union Jack still fly side-by-side. Passionate about food and service, this newly refurbished pub is divided into three dining rooms -- The Patton, The Tabley and The Cobbles -- offering their own take on classic British food. Everything is made fresh on the premises including bread, pickles, chutneys, ice cream and charcuterie, a particular favourite with customers. Head Chef Matt Smith has an impressive culinary pedigree, having previously worked at two-Michelin-starred venues Hibiscus in London and Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles. Robinsons real ales, draught lagers and an extensive 70-bin wine list ably complement the cooking. During the summer months you can dine al fresco and enjoy the landscaped gardens. The Bells of Peover was Cheshire Dining Pub of the Year 2010-2011.
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Call 01565 722269 Available on Friday Lovey night with the wife at the Bells of Peover. Looking wonderfully Christmasy and warm and inviting! Great pub Paul This is a beautiful place with great charm and atmosphere. Fantastic food. A rare find and well worth discovering. Colette
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