Staff at the five-star Pheasant Inn in Tattenhall are celebrating after winning a prestigious dining award in a renowned annual publication.
The latest edition of the Good Pub Guide has named the inn Cheshire’s ‘County Dining Pub of the Year’ for 2020, a prize awarded to establishments around the country who produce ‘exceptional meals in convivial surroundings’.
The news of this special award comes shortly after the pub was recognised by website Big 7 Travel as serving one of the top 50 Sunday dinners in the UK in a recent article.
The Pheasant is a quintessentially English country pub nestled in the gloriously unspoilt Peckforton Hills.
Proudly overlooking everything from the Cheshire Plain to North Wales from its location along the historic Sandstone Trail, this hidden treasure is a retreat for locals and visitors alike, championing delicious, honest, homecooked food made from the finest locally sourced fresh ingredients and produce.
Whether our visitors choose to experience our AA Rosette awarded dining, handpicked ales and fine wines, or stay and unwind in one of our 12 rural-chic bedrooms, this unique, idyllic and unparalleled inn keeps a warm welcome waiting for visitors time and time again.
Andrew Nelson, Operations Director of Nelson Hotels Group said: “To be named 2020 County Dining Pub of the Year, Cheshire is a huge honour and privilege and one we are delighted to have received from the Good Pub Guide.
“This, alongside the recognition The Pheasant has received from Big 7 Travel for its frankly delicious Sunday roast is a tremendous double accolade following a very busy summer.”