Tollemache Arms

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Tollemache Arms Chester Road
Tarporley
Cheshire
England
CW69JE

Tollemache Arms, Tarporley

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The Tollemache Arms a 16th century coaching inn with 4 well appointed bedrooms large dinning areas beautiful garden & Robinsons award winning ales. Conveniently positioned on the Chester road at Alpraham between Nantwich and Chester the Tollemache is full of character and charm with many period freatures & exposed oak beams. The former barn belonging to Baron Tollemache in the 19th century has been transformed into an inviting traditional coaching inn complete with our large family garden with our childrens play area and original fireplaces.

Join us for a pint of one of our Robinson s award winning cask ales or share a bottle of wine over lunch or dinner. Join us every week with the family and enjoy our traditional home-cooked Sunday Lunch.

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