The Liverpool Echo published a review of The Pheasant Inn on 28 April 2019 by Amy Browne. We’ve reproduced the text below, or you can read the original article here.

There’s nothing more relaxing than enjoying a drink while looking at a stunning view and this pub boasts one of the best.

Just a short drive from Liverpool, The Pheasant Inn has a really beautiful panoramic outlook over the Cheshire countryside and out towards the Welsh Hills, with visitors able to see for miles on a clear day.

The pub sits on top of the Peckforton Hills, in Tattenhall – not far from the popular Cheshire Ice Cream Farm , which many people from Liverpool like to visit with their children.

On a recent visit, we discovered that inside it’s got tons of cosy countryside charm, with wooden beams, open fires and lots of hidden nooks and crannies to tuck yourself away in.

The food is as you’d expect from a place like this – hearty, wholesome and seasonal, with the menu currently including slow cooked pork belly, lamb hot pot, and steak and ale pie. There’s also sharing boards, chunky sandwiches and ‘pub nibbles’ including hot scotch egg and baked cheese nachos.

It’s dog friendly, if you’re visiting with your four legged friend and has 12 en-suite bedrooms, if you fancy an overnight stay.

But it’s outside where the pub really comes into its own and what makes it perfect for a summer visit. The views are breathtaking and you can eat al fresco to really make the most of the setting.

People on Tripadvisor certainly agree, with one reviewer saying this week: “If you want a lovely beer garden with a view look no further. Could see rabbits in the field opposite and even a pheasant! We only stopped for one on the way home. Food looked and smelt delicious we will most definitely be returning to try it.”

Another reviewer, from Southport, said: “Arrived early afternoon and enjoyed a beer in the garden overlooking the beautiful countryside. Ended up staying rather than going for a walk!

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