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Places to eat & drink

There is a huge choice here, from cafés and restaurants to great local pubs. The Happy Valley website contains full details of all of the cafés, restaurants and pubs in Bollington.

Here’s a few suggestions:

Cafés

There is a café at Clarence Mill by the canal in Bollington, Cafe Waterside.
There is a café on Crossfield Road in Bollington Cross.
There is a tea room in the Visitor Centre at Teggs Nose. This sells tea, coffee, drinks, cakes and other snacks, and is open daily from 9am to 5pm.

Restaurants

Tapa small plates and wine bar, on High Street.
Olivers restaurant.

Pubs

The Poachers Inn is situated on Ingersley Road in Bollington. They serve a variety of real ale, and appears to be a popular lunch-time port-of-call for walkers. Good quality and inexpensive food is also available. Dogs are welcome.

The Vale Inn pub is situated on Adlington Road in Bollington, just near the Middlewood Way car park. They serve real ale brewed in Bollington’s only brewery. Good quality and inexpensive food is also available. Dogs are welcome.

The Robin Hood is situated on the main road through Rainow. This pub serves real ale, and great pub-fayre during the day and most evenings. Dogs are welcome.

The Windmill pub is situated in Holehouse Lane in Adlington. This traditional country pub offers some of the best local produce available, and is recommended by Cheshire Life magazine. It is located very close to the Middlewood Way and Macclesfield Canal. Dogs are welcome, in one half of the pub.