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The Egerton Arms


General ManagerJeremy Hague.

Knutsford Road, Chelford, Macclesfield, Cheshire  SK11 9BB

Contact UsTel. 01625 861366  email.
MapClick Here For Map.
Own Website
Pub Explorer Reference29341.
Pub History

The pub itself dates back to the 16th Century when, as a Coach House and pub, gentry and royals would freshen up before their formal visit to Lord Egerton’s estate at Tatton Park which is four miles away. Meanwhile the horse groomers and staff would stay here at the pub and live it up whilst the boss was away. It was sold off in the late 1890’s by the Egerton family to a private buyer who urgently needed to replace the old candles and gas lamps with electricity and so he took down the fifteen or so black chandeliers. On doing so he found that they were made of solid gold!! This made him an overnight millionaire so he sold the pub on to a brewery. Extensions were made to the building in the late 1990's, adding the lady's toilets and the ‘sitting room section’, which resulted in it now being in both Chelford and Marthall Constituencies.

Pub Opening TimesMonday - Saturday 12noon - 12mn.
Sunday 12noon - 10.30pm.
Farm Shop.
Open all week 10am - 6pm.
PHOTO GALLERY Egerton Arms dining area Egerton Arms Egerton Arms beer garden & patio area


What's On:

We hold regular events please view our own website for further details.

Own Website.
Outside Catering:

We offer a range of buffets to suit all budgets.

Farm Shop:

The Lord Mayor of Cheshire unveiled our new farm shop now open all week 11am - 6pm selling delicacies from France, Italy & Spain including olive oils & French cheese plus delightful gifts. We also sell breads & local produce.



We can cater for your functions in an area of the restaurant & outside catering also. All events are welcomed including weddings, office parties, anniversaries & birthdays. Buffets can be provided please ring for further details.


Drinks on DraughtRange of Lagers, Craft Beer & Symonds Founder's Reserve Cider.
Real AlesCopper Dragon Golden Pippin (3.9% ABV), Wells Bombardier Premium Beer (4.1% ABV) & Guest ales.
Other DrinksExtensive Range of Wines from around the World, Hot Chocolate, Tea & Range of Speciality Coffees.
We are Cask Marque accredited for our quality real ales.

CAMRA 'Pub of the Year 2011' for Cheshire East



Monthly on a Thursday

Quiz Night.

Every 3 Months

Live Jazz from 8.30pm monthly Friday.

Every 4 Months

Wine Tasting in the Deli from 7.30pm. £10.00 per person.

Summer Fun

BBQ's during Summer weather permitting.

other entertainmentProjector Screen, Big Screen, Pool Table, Darts Board.

Our Food & Menus

We are proud to offer you restaurant quality meals, all homemade and cooked to order, prepared from fresh seasonal produce to create a variety of tempting dishes. Available from an extensive main menu & range of daily changing specials. Children's menu. We purchase many of our ingredients locally, including using Jack Frost & Langs butchers for all our meats.

Meal TimesDaily 12noon - 9pm.

Our menus.


Moules Frites Offer:

Available Wednesday from 6pm.

Book to dine on a Wednesday evening a day in advance, and enjoy traditional Moules Frites for just £5.00.

Sunday Roast:

Traditional Sunday lunch with a choice of 3 home roast meats, freshly prepared vegetables with Homemade Yorkshire Puddings and Gravy £10.95.


OUTDOOR FACILITIESAl Fresco Dining, Beer Garden to the rear of pub, Patio Area with lighting & heating at the front, Outdoor Children's Play Area, Children's Outdoor Swing Set, Car Parking - 80 spaces.
GENERAL FACILITIES Free Wi-Fi Access, Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilet, Baby Changing Facility.

We have an outdoor smoking solution with heating and lighting.

OTHERChildren Welcome, Dogs Welcome in a special area inside & outside - we are dog friendly, Cash Back available, Debit and Credit Cards accepted.
Egerton Arms, Chelford

The Egerton Arms is a traditional family run country pub in Chelford, serving real ales and quality meals. There are low beams, big fireplaces, bizarre antiques and a long bar with old brass pumps. As well as being a popular haunt for the regular locals but with a hundred-seater restaurant we attract people from all over. All food is sourced locally by our experienced and very dedicated chef. The menu is a selection of classic pub favourites alongside the chef's more 'interesting' specials board. The pub was taken over in late 2006 by Jeremy and Annie Hague who are a young and vibrant couple who have over 30 years experience in the restaurant trade between them. Alongside perfecting the running of this pub, they have spent one long year rebuilding and repairing it back to its original working state. It is now a pub truly worthy of its name and heritage - a stylish and traditional restaurant pub boasting original interior pieces and a charming beer garden. You will be given a very warm welcome.