The Brewhouse

Guest Accommodation in Bolton, Greater Manchester

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

983-987 Blackburn Road
Bolton
Greater Manchester
England
BL1 7LG

The Brewhouse, Bolton

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Accommodation Description:

The Brewhouse is everything you would desire from a local inn and restaurant superb freshly prepared food a wide selection of beers cask ales wines and spirits en suite accommodation we even have our own brewery on show within the pub. Formerly the Cheetham Arms the premises benefited from a major investment in July 2009 and now present fully refurbished and attractive accommodation throughout. The new bar offers a focal point for discerning drinkers keeping an eye on the activities within the brewery and two rooms off the main lounge offer an intimate and cozy dining experience.

We have a superb team of creative chefs who prepare fresh local and seasonal dishes to order from our standard menu as well as an ever changing specials board. We have four rooms available all have been fully refurbished and offer attractive and spacious accommodation. The rooms are ensuite and include tea and coffee making facilities refrigerators flat screen tvs with DVD players and WiFi access.

Access is available 24 hours a day and a large car park is located at the rear of the premises.

 3 star rating

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