This little gem thrives as both a village local and also a destination eatery. One attraction is the range of seven real ales from Cheshire microbreweries within 35 miles of the pub – Dunham Massey, Merlin, Redwillow, Storm, Tatton and Wincle – but you’ll need more than one visit to make acquaintance with them all. Yet another, Weetwood, brews Mobberley Wobbly (aka Mobb Wobb) for the pub; it’s a pint of this that is enjoyed with the ‘legendary’ hand-crafted steak and ale pie with chips and ‘not so mushy’ peas. Smart, traditionally styled dining rooms ensure a comfortable and convivial setting for wholesome home-cooked food, including delicious The pub hosts two car clubs: the ‘Three P’ Club, which stands for ‘Pub, Porsche and Pint’, and for which you have to own, borrow or hire said German vehicle; and the Goodfellows, for which you must own anything but a Porsche. The clubs raise money for local charities including the village church. The pub garden comes into its own for the village fête and dog show held on the August bank holiday.