If a good pub is one of your criteria when considering a move to the countryside, the beautiful village of Bunbury in Cheshire may be the place for you, as it has two! The Yew Tree Inn and The Dysart Arms.
The Dysart Arms is next to the village church, with a gorgeous outlook. A couple of swings are tucked away at the bottom of its garden for young ones.
Despite being a mild October day, there were two fires roaring which always gives a great first impression. We split a fish and chips children’s meal (£8.25) between two three-year-olds and it was perfect as portion sizes are generous. Other children’s choices included ham, egg and chips for £6.95 and sausage and mash for £7.95. The food is very good and service was extremely helpful.
The Dysart doesn’t encourage prams in the pub, but it does have baby changing facilities and welcomes well-behaved children. As I fished Ted out once again from under the table, we decided not to hang around for dessert!Food: Mon-Sat 12-9.30pm, Sun 12-9pm The Dysart Arms, Bowes Gate Road,
Bunbury, Near Tarporley, Cheshire CW6 9PH Tel: 01829 260183 dysartarms-bunbury.co.uk