Country pub serving both Spanish tapas and traditional pub fayre located in the delightful hamlet of Kerridge, overlooking Bollington.
About Bulls Head
Located in the beautiful hills of Cheshire in the hamlet of Kerridge, the Bulls Head is truly a local village pub regularly frequented by walkers and cyclists passing by the White Nancy – a local landmark that overlooks the pub. Hearty home-cooked meals using the best local produce and real ales are served under low ceilings and in warm cosy corners. Aside from the pub's traditional look and feel there are 26 tapas dishes available for lunch or dinner. Choose from classics like Patatas Bravas - fried potato in a spicy tomato sauce, Queso Manchego - mature Spanish cheese in olive oil or Gambas Al Pil Pil - king prawns with a spicy chilli tomato sauce. But if you prefer more traditional fayre then there is a steak and grill menu with favourites like gammon and steak with eggs or fish and chips and Sunday lunch is always served starting at £9.95 for a main course. There is a patio area and a garden out the back with lovely views over the Cheshire countryside, while pigs and sheep roam around the paddocks attached to the pub lovingly looked after by landlords Lee and Ian.