The Plough and Flail reopens
The Plough and Flail Mobberley has opened its doors after a recent refurbishment.
The heart and soul of the pub is still the same but now with a beautiful new dining area, whilst retaining the gorgeous wooden roof beams, rustic lighting and stunning feature fireplaces.
The conservatory features new wallpaper and a stunning light feature. With the fireplace on full display, it’s perfect for enjoying a glass of wine or cask ale with a bite to eat overlooking the impressive beer garden.
If guests have a special occasion coming up, the conservatory can also be booked out as a private section of the pub to host up to 40 people for an unforgettable event.
As well as the conservatory and dining area, the pub features an impressive bar with a range of JW Lees cask ales and craft lagers including local favourites; Manchester Pale Ale, Bitter and Manchester Craft Lager and seasonal beers throughout the year. The back bar is stocked with premium spirits and the cellar holds a hand picked wine selection for every occasion.
The new managers Dan Morris and Laura Carter are really pleased with the refurb.
Dan said: “I’m thrilled with the refurb and am particularly excited about the transformation of the conservatory. It’s great to see everyone enjoying the new look and it’s been brilliant welcoming everyone back.”
The pub also welcomes four legged friends and even has a doggy bar at the entrance filled with treats for pups, water and towels.
As it’s getting sunnier guests can enjoy the beautiful beer garden that the Plough and Flail provides, with stunning views of Cheshire.
Guests can also enjoy delicious dishes from the Plough and Flail’s seasonal menu featuring fresh market fish of the day, pot roast lamb shank and their succulent 28 Day Black Angus Grilled 8oz sirloin steak.
The Plough and Flail are also offering their cosy lunch offer, 2 courses for £13.45 or 3 for £16.45 with dishes like their crispy black pudding fritters, baked melting Florentine fishcake, 6oz rump steak and sticky toffee pudding.
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