Chester Road, Daresbury, Warrington, Cheshire WA4 4AJ
|Contact Us||Tel. 01925 740256|
|Map||Click Here For Map.|
|Type||Pubs in Daresbury, Warrington.|
|Pub Explorer Reference||36005.|
|Pub Opening Times||Monday - Saturday 11am - 11pm.|
Sunday 12noon - 10.30pm.
WHAT'S NEW & FORTHCOMING
We re-opened in Autumn 2010 with a new seasonal menu following a full refurbishment inside & out. We now have a great purple, red & cream colour scheme. Come and try one of our delicious dishes soon.
With our landscaped garden we can now provide a marquee for functions of up to 50 people.
We can also cater for meetings and parties in an area of the restaurant. Buffet menus available by request. Do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your requirements.
DINING AT OUR CHEF & BREWER
At the heart of our Chef & Brewer is the chef who delights in creating daily changing Specials using fresh ingredients. Selected for their seasonality, our ingredients really matter to us. Combined with care and freshly cooked for you, our dishes deliver the best of traditional pub food and more. We offer a range of great value menus throughout the week, so you can be assured that great quality Chef & Brewer food does not cost the earth. Take a look at our chalkboards for our great selection of chef’s Specials.
|MEAL TIMES||Monday - Saturday 12noon - 10pm.|
Sunday 12noon - 9.30pm.
|OUTDOOR FACILITIES||Beer Garden with lighting, Large Car Park, Disabled Car Parking.|
|GENERAL FACILITIES||Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilet, Baby Changing Facility.|
|OTHER||Children Welcome when dining with an adult until 9pm, Dogs Welcome in an area of the bar & in the garden on a lead, Coach Parties Welcome by prior arrangement, ATM Machine, Debit and Credit Cards accepted.|
The Ring O' Bells is located on the one street in the delightful village of Daresbury. With a total of only about twenty houses in the village there is the pub, a post box, a telephone box, a lawn mower shop and a church! Get the picture? Our claim to fame is that this is the birthplace of Lewis Carroll who wrote 'Alice in Wonderland'. This pretty, destination food house has a listed old stone horse stop and trough to the front, barrels of flowers, hanging and window baskets. Historically this used to be the old Courthouse and inside there is the Sessions Room which was renovated in 1999. Today the atmosphere is welcoming and cosy having 140 covers, open fires and candles on the tables. As a Chef & Brewer pubs we employ high quality Chefs who have superb kitchen facilities. The food is served from a main menu which have been prepared from the freshest of ingredients and cooked to order. To complement your meal there is an extensive choice of quality wines or real ales and other drinks are available at the bar. We have been accredited for our quality real ales with the Cask Marque Award and voted 'CAMRA Halton Real Ale Pub of the Year 2007'. Outside there is a large terraced garden beyond the car park which seats a further 130 people during the summer months. Morris dancers perform here in this picturesque setting. Your first visit here is guaranteed to be a memorable occasion. Come soon and try something rather special.