The 10 Best Pubs in Warrington

The 10 Best Pubs in Warrington

From its setting in-between Liverpool and Manchester, Warrington has developed into a popular residential town with a bustling bar and restaurant scene. Throw in its Cheshire roots, where traditional inns and pubs are plentiful, and you’ve got yourself a hub for great drinking spots that’s super-easy to access.

Are you visiting family or friends, stopping over on business, or planning a weekend break in the Cheshire town? Don’t miss the opportunity to explore a couple of Warrington’s best pubs.

The Hatton Arms

On a quiet country road in rural Hatton, The Hatton Arms boasts all the charm of an old English pub. The décor is traditional, with clean, modern twists making the atmosphere cosy and comforting. 

When it comes to drinks, there’s plenty to choose from. From cask ales to wine by the glass and bottle, you’re sure to find something that suits your taste. The menu has been recently revamped to offer a choice of comforting dishes, including fresh Hatton pies that the locals love.

The Red Lion

In vibrant Stockton Heath, The Red Lion is the perfect place for a quick pint or a hearty lunch. Expect a warm welcome and fuss-free experience. This is a locals’ favourite, but you’ll never feel uncomfortable or out of place.
The Stretton Fox

An idyllic country pub in Stretton, just off the motorway yet surprisingly peaceful. The Stretton Fox is beautiful inside and out, and a family-favourite for a good reason. There are plenty of places to sit, with roaring fires through the colder months making the experience utterly comforting.

Great food, an impressive drinks selection, and a perfect pub atmosphere – what more could you ask for?

9 Gallon

Conveniently located in Warrington town centre, 9 Gallon is a traditional pub with plenty to offer. This little spot is the perfect place to rest and refuel if you’re out shopping in Warrington.

The Walton Arms

Close to Walton Hall and Gardens, The Walton Arms occupies an impressive 19th-century building that’s bursting with rural charm. Choose cask ales or fine wines from the menu, relax out in the beer garden, or enjoy a meal in the restaurant.

Whether you’re looking for a Friday night tipple or a family-friendly Sunday lunch, The Walton Arms is always a good choice.

The Rams Head

In residential Grappenhall, The Ram’s Head is a traditional yet stylish village pub that welcome’s guests from near and far. Snuggle in by the log burner or find a cosy corner to warm up on a cold day. In the summer, head outside to relax in the outdoor seating area. There’s always a reason to visit this Warrington spot.

Little Manor

Little Manor can be found in Old Thelwall, where it’s stood since 1660. There are several environments to eat and drink in, from the beer garden outside to the cosy nooks in the pub’s heart. The menu boasts an ever-changing selection of fresh, vibrant dishes, with something for every taste. This pretty pub is perfect for a family meal or a catch up with friends.

The Black Swan

Technically Greater Manchester, but with a Warrington postcode, we couldn’t resist including The Black Swan in our list of the best pubs in Warrington. This idyllic ivy-covered pub is beautiful inside too, with reassuring décor and warmth throughout. 

The Chetwode Arms

For something a little different, head to the Chetwode Arms. This seemingly traditional pub serves exotic meats, as well as the dishes you’d expect, so you can try wild boar, llama, or even kangaroo!

Green Dragon

In the picturesque village of Lymm, The Green Dragon is a country pub that’s perfect for family occasions or a quick drink alone. The pub is made up of three small cottages, which were converted into an alehouse in the 19th-century.

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