Dysart Arms, Bunbury, Public Houses Bunbury, Cheshire - England where to go, what to see and where to stay in Wales


Bowes Gate Road Bunbury Cheshire England
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The Dysart Arms public house and restaurant is a truly classic English village pub, with lovely open fires, bookcases scattered all around, lots of old oak and a pleasant garden. It only lacks a cricket pitch at the back and the knock of leather on willow to aid the digestion of cask beer as you chat amiably with the vicar. The pub was named after the local landowners, the Tollemache family, who were the Earls of Dysart. Their coat of arms is above the door. Originally the building, which we believe dates from the mid 1700’s, was a farm belonging to the estate.
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