SatNav – OS: SJ939778, Postcode: SK10 5PY, ///tissue.cobbled.waxer
The Church House re-opened in July 2020, after the first Covid-19 shutdown, with new tenants, Traci & Dave Herbert (previously from the now closed Crown Inn). You can be assured of a great welcome, good beer and wonderful food in a lovely old pub.
|Address:||Church Street, Bollington, Macclesfield, SK10 5PY|
|Contact:||01625-574014 | email | website|
|Host:||Traci & Dave Herbert (previously from the Crown Inn)|
|Open hours:||Monday to Saturday: 12 – 3, 5.30 – 11pm
Sunday: 12 – 10.30pm
|Brews:||At least three ales on cask (Cask Marque); Boddingtons keg; selection of popular chilled lagers, Guinness, Magner’s cider.|
|Food:||Food service at every session. Monday to Saturday: Lunch 12 – 2, Dinner 6 – 9.30, Sunday: 12 – 7.30.|
WiFi internet access available to customers.
Upstairs room for private functions seating 20 for meals or the downstairs dining room which can seat 30.
Five B&B rooms, all en suite. One double, one twin, three singles. TV, kettle, clock radio. Full English breakfast. Ironing board, trouser press, hairdryer available.
|Finding it:||The Church House can be found in Church Street. From the canal aqueduct in the middle of Bollington (Palmerston Street) head along the main street in an easterly direction (through the traffic lights past the War Memorial garden). After passing a variety of shops and houses you will arrive at a roundabout (almost half a mile). Church Street is on your right and the Church House is 50 metres on the left on the corner of Chapel Street.|
April 2020 – Recently departed tenant, the very popular Chris Jennings, learned his trade at the Church House under the tutelage of Steve and Julie Robinson. He went to Spain with them, and returned to the Church House with them. After a year away re-starting re-furbished pubs across Cheshire, he returned to the Church House to take over this excellent house from the Robinsons. He has now departed to develop his career elsewhere. We thank him for his great service to the Church House and to Bollington and wish him well for the future.