A Cheshire Gem - The Barbridge Inn, Nantwich
PUBLISHED: 10:11 20 April 2018 | UPDATED: 10:11 20 April 2018
Proving a popular haunt for families on and off the water, the Barbridge Inn has been a highlight of towpath talk for years.
Proving a popular haunt for families on and off the water, the Barbridge Inn has been a highlight of towpath talk for years
Since the co-ownership changed with James Perrins & Allister Boote in 2012, the reputation of this idyllic canal side pub, situated on the banks of the Shropshire Union Canal, accessible from junction 16 of the M6 along the A51, really has soared.
The restaurant side now boasts a wide variety of fresh food made with the very best ingredients grown out of James’ twenty plus years’ experience in hotels and high-end restaurants. Now operating as head chef, James ensures your pub classics are always available along with more fine dining a la carte dishes to add to the relaxed dynamic.
This pub has become a paradigm of high quality food served by staff, fronted by AGM Liz Barbier, who will greet you not just with a warm smile but with a genuine desire to do whatever it takes to ensure your experience is the most stress-free and relaxed visit it can possibly be.
The menus here are diverse, catering for a variety of ages and appetites which includes a great children’s menu and a lighter bites menu available mid week throughout the day. The kitchen and front of house team also make sure they can deal with any dietary requirements their guests may have.
Whether it’s a soft drink or a something a little stronger you’re after, the helpful bar staff are there to help you make your decision. The aesthetically pleasing bar with its beautiful wood panelled and mirrored finish stocks Cask Marque assured ales from local brewery Weetwood Ales, and you can also find guest ales throughout the summer months.
With its huge beer garden housing plenty of big tables and its enclosed play area with rubber mat flooring, you really can’t get better on those sunny summer days than a stroll down the canal followed by some authentic fresh food.
Whether you’re coming in winter to enjoy our warm log fire or the summer to enjoy the beer garden, we can guarantee this dog-friendly Cheshire gem just outside of the little town of Nantwich will trigger something that will keep it in your memory for a long time.
Barbridge Inn, Old Chester Rd, Nantwich CW5 6AY