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Holly Bush Inn

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Holly_bushRe-opening Saturday 4th July 2020!

A pleasant old building in Brewer’s Tudor style right in the centre of old Bollington, noted for its wood panelled interior, the Holly Bush was, in early 2016, given a complete refurbishment. It looks fabulous and is very popular with the local community.

The Holly Bush was (in early 2014) listed by English Heritage (now Historic England) in recognition of its historic interest. It is a very fine example of an inter-wars urban public house and was, until the recent refurbishment, very little altered since it was created in this form in the 1930s. It is notable for the ‘Brewers Tudor’ timbering on the front and the high quality panelling and timber work inside. The refurbishment was carried out very well and while the pub was changed considerably inside it is mostly for the better, with retention of the famed, and protected, wood panelling. The only major loss from the old pub was the over-size bar – but the noted bar top front and shutters were retained in the new back bar.

The listing document gives an interesting description of the architectural merits of the building.

Address: 75 Palmerston Street, Bollington, Macclesfield, SK10 5PW
Contact: 01625-574573 | website | Facebook 
Hosts:  
Brews: The usual selection of Robinsons plus a guest beer and lagers.
Food: Yes.
Finding it: In the main street of old Bollington, by the bridge at the bottom of the slope. A short distance from the Macclesfield Canal.

 


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Holly_bush   Holly Bush Inn; II, Converted to present form c.1935 and is one of few examples of an urban pub from the inter-wars years. This building has been listed in March 2014 in order to protect it and its notable interior. Interior not publicly accessible outside opening hours.