Drinks MenuWe have a range of casks ales including Unicorn and Wizard alongside Robinsons seasonal brews. Also on draught we have Guinnes, Robinsons Dark Smooth, Strongbow Dark Fruit cider, Budweiser, Carling and San Miguel. Wine is available by the glass or bottle and a wide range of soft drinks are available.
Food MenuWe serve traditional pub food, including roast dinners, every day. Starters from £3.50 and main courses from £5.25. On weekdays we offer a two course special - main course and dessert - for only £6.50. As most of our meals are home made, we can cater for special dietary requirements and have a separate gluten free menu.
CaravanTo the side of the pub in a landscaped area there is a 5 pitch caravan site, with hard standing and electric hook ups. It is open all year round at a cost of £15 per night with electric hook ups. To book a pitch please ring 01260 272466.
About The Church House
About The Church HouseWe are about 10 minutes walk from Bridge 68 on the Macclesfield canal and are also ideally situated for some circular walks both along the canal and Biddulph Valley railway line or to the local beauty spot - Timbersbrook Cloud. Groups can meet on the car park and pre-order a meal for their return.View more about About The Church House
About The Church House
Make a night of it! We have 5 hard-standing for caravans pitches. Why not park up and enjoy a delicious homemade meal and pint of your favourite Robbies pint (or two!).
Soak up the sunshine and enjoy a tipple in our beer garden.
We are a family friendly pub and welcome all well-behaved children.
Feeling peckish? Come dine with us! We offer Great British homecooked dishes served with a smile… and best of all no washing up!
Whether for business or pleasure, birthdays, private events or team meetings... we have plenty of space to accommodate.
Great Cask Ales
Join us for a pint. We pride ourselves on our beer and offer some of the cask ales in town.
We're fortunate enough to be based in an area of natural beauty, special architectural or historic Interest. Pop in for a pint and discover more.
We have a large car park for our guests to use.
Keen walker? With close proximity to many trails and hidden walks, there’s plenty to explore right on our doorstep. Round off your ramblings with a pint of Robinsons ale.
Excellent Wi-Fi access is available for free.
The Church House opened in 1941 and was originally thatched but after 2 fires in 1947 and 1950 the roof was tiled. Photos from these fires can be seen in the main room of the pub. The large carved wooden bear at the front of the pub was provided by Church House regulars for the residents of Buglawton and is permanent reminder that many years the people of Congleton used the money they had saved for a Town Bible to buy a bear for the town fair. The stunning tree in the children's play area is a weeping ash and it is rare to find such an old tree of this type.
We are a community pub with a large beer garden and enclosed children's play area. In the winter we have log fires and in the Summer an attractive garden which catches the sun from early afternoon and into the evening.
We provide a meeting place for the Beartown Bikers, Tempus Metal Detecting and Archaeology Club, Congleton Motorbike and Trial Riders, Buglawton Community group, Congleton Rotary Club committee meetings, Wyche Classic Motorbike Club and Astbury Vintage Restoration Society. Feathery Folk, an owl and birds of prey experience, is based in the grounds - parties or experiences can be booked through their website. As well as the main lounge and small meeting room we have a games room with a pool table and dart board, and a smoking shelter to the rear of the pub.
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