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5 dog friendly pubs to celebrate Christmas in Cheshire

PUBLISHED: 00:00 23 December 2016 | UPDATED: 20:56 16 January 2017

Enjoying the snow in Frodsham by June McNulty

Enjoying the snow in Frodsham by June McNulty

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The festive season is all about spending time with your loved ones, and that includes your furry friends to. We have selected five of the best pubs in Cheshire that welcome you and your dog.

Ring O’ Bells, Christleton

In the heart of Chrisleton village is Ring O’ Bells, a welcoming Cheshire pub combining fine food, wine and beers. Select some delicious and tempting treats from their winter menu and sip on a celebratory pint in the village bar area with your dogs by your side.

www.ringobellschester.co.uk

Commonhall Social, Chester

Tucked away in the cobbled streets of Chester, Commonhall Social serves up some of the tastiest wholesome food and drink in the city. Relax with your pooches by your side in Commonhall’s homely atmosphere, and you can even treat your dogs to a delicious roast dinner with their ‘dogs eat free’ deal every Sunday.

www.commonhall.co.uk

The Church Inn, Mobberley

The Church Inn of Mobberley is a traditional yet stylish country pub offering freshly cooked food and ales from within a 15 mile boundary. Pooches are welcomed warmly in the bar area and the boot room with delicious canine treats on the bar, kindly donated by WAGS Kennels of Middlewich. The Church Inn have also recently introduced a special range of dog beers made from meat stock, so your dogs can even enjoy a Christmas tipple with you!

churchinnmobberley.co.uk

The Windmill Inn, Macclesfield

Located in Whiteley Green is The Windmill Inn, the perfect pub to visit this Christmas by celebrating with a relaxing, chilled wine or perfectly pulled pint. They serve up delicious, homemade honest pub food which caters to all tastes. Enjoy The Windmill’s comfy and quirky atmosphere and relax by their roaring fire with your pooch on your lap. `

www.thewindmill.com

The Fishpool Inn, Delamere

The award winning Fishpool Inn, located in Delamere, is bursting with character and cosiness and can be dated back to the 18th century. Their delicious menu includes dishes made up of ingredients using only best local produce and is cooked by a team of talented chefs. Dogs are welcome in the bar area of the Fishpool Inn and in their picturesque outdoor terrace.

www.thefishpoolinn.co.uk

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