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Cotton Tree Inn

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A gem, a small town pub of the old style, cosy, a good place to drink beer, and lacking any modern features! Cleaned up and given a coat of paint without spoiling it’s traditional feel.

They have won several awards in 2016 and 2017, from the local CAMRA group and from Punch Taverns. See recent history at the bottom of the page

Address: 3-5 Ingersley Road, Bollington, Macclesfield, SK10 5RE
Contact: 07963 487583 | Email | Facebook page
Hosts: Jayne and Christina Blackshaw
Brews: Regulars Adnams, Southwold, and Draught Bass. Three guest beers from the Punch range.
Food: No
Other facilities:

Enclosed beer garden to the rear.
Live music, usually on a Friday evening.

Finding it: Adjacent to the bus turn round at the roundabout junction of Ingersley Road, Church Street, Palmerston Street and Shrigley Road.


The Cotton Tree was badly damaged by the flooding that occurred during heavy rain on 31st July 2019, and was closed for several weeks while repairs were carried out. This was not the first time the cellar was flooded but ground floor damage was more serious. A public collection raised £3,500 pounds towards the Blackshaw’s losses. We are very pleased to see the pub re-open in late September 2019 – with the cellar now installed on the ground floor to try and reduce the damage in any future flood!