Tag Archives: British

Review: Barley Mow, Warrington

I wasn’t going to review this place, as it wasn’t a planned visit to review and we were only really popping in for a beer. However, we decided that we needed to get some food inside us before we had any more beers. We had planned on having quite a few so it was definitely……{ Continue Reading }

Review: Memphis Belle, Warrington

This is a pub I used to regularly visit but since it had been refurbished in July I had not been back. It was time to see what it’s like after the makeover. The recent trip advisor reviews were not exactly raving it though. What has changed now is that there are 2 entrances to……{ Continue Reading }

Review: The Bulls Head, Monyash

This pub was recommended to us by the local campsite as one to try. We hadn’t brought any food with us anyway, as we had planned on eating out at a nice pub. After about a mile of walking we arrived at the pub. Outside was a large stag party with people dressed up in……{ Continue Reading }

Review: The Cat and Fiddle Inn

After a long day of biking we were in need of some food. I mentioned to Bez that there was a pub on the top of the Cat and Fiddle road on the way home so we decided we would call in there. It is the 2nd highest pub in the UK and has great……{ Continue Reading }

Review: The Grill on the Square, Warrington

I had heard nothing but good things about The Grill on the Square in Warrington (where I am from). I had even tried a few times before to get a table but it was always booked up! A few friends of mine had been and had said a lot of good stuff about it. Anyway,……{ Continue Reading }

Review: The Wild Boar Hotel, Tarporley, Cheshire

After spending a night at Peckforton Castle for a wedding we decided to make it more of a weekend away and booked into the Wild Boar Hotel. This place is about 5 minutes away from Peckforton Castle. We got an absolute bargain deal at £89 for 2 people including a 3 course meal. With me……{ Continue Reading }

Review: Westminster Tea Rooms, Southport

I hadn’t visited Southport since I went there as a child with my parents. It was quite a sunny day and Emma decided that we should take a drive down to Southport and have a walk around the town then drive along the beach! Walking down the High Street we passed Westminster Tea Rooms, which……{ Continue Reading }

Review: The Town House, Melrose, Scotland

While enjoying a weekend away in Scotland we decided that we didn’t want to eat in the caravan on both nights and so decided to venture out for food on our final night. There wasn’t that much nearby and the closest village was Melrose, which is an award winning town. I am not sure what……{ Continue Reading }