Traditional country inn, located in the heart of beautiful Cheshire countryside.
The Railway Inn is a rural village pub serving Traditional bar food alongside some great homemade dishes in the separate dining room. The menu is extensive and runs alongside a fantastic selection of regularly changing blackboard specials (which use the best of what's in season) to choose from.
The Railway Inn was formaly a mill house but was converted to a pub around 1860 when the Manchester to Chester railway line was built.
Tony, Lynda and daughter Laura run the pub. Tony’s great aunt was the licensee from 1937 until 1972. Tony, Lynda, Laura and Matthew moved into the Railway in May 1988 and have been running it for nearly 25 years.
Ideal for Al Fresco dining with a large garden and outdoor eating area!
In winter come and enjoy our cosy, welcoming atmosphere with open log fires blazing throughout the pub.
The Railway is a good base for walkers as there are lots of public footpaths around so customers can leave their cars, order their lunch in advance to be ready when they get back from a walk in the lovely countryside.
There is a varied selection of traditional cask ales, lagers, a good wine list as well as soft drinks.
Serving Real Ale including locally brewed Dunham Massey ales.
Lilly rings last orders!...
We are a FREEHOUSE!!
Serving local genuine cask ales from...
...including Big Tree Bitter, along with guest beers from other local brewers.
DID YOU KNOW....
The pub is close to the second runway at Manchester Airport so is a plane spotters paradise.