Bulls Head

Bulls Head


0.5 miles
Wicker Lane, Hale Barns, Altrincham, WA15 0HG

Step into a world of timeless tradition and chic accommodation at the Bulls Head – Hale Barns’ best-kept secret. Inspired by the sleek and sophisticated gentleman’s lounge of the roaring 1920s, Bulls Head boasts a simple yet elegant seasonal British menu alongside some of the best ales in town.

Brimming with cosy arm chairs, Dickensian hooded ‘thrones’, beautifully polished mahogany panelling and handmade traditional wooden canoes suspended in the ceiling rafters, the Bulls Head is the epitome of a true Cheshire gem. Outside, the rooftop and garden terrace sparkle with festoon lighting, offering the perfect location to enjoy al fresco dining with friends and family. With the added comfort of outdoor heaters, you can sit back and watch the world go by well into the evening, all year round.

With a wonderful menu crafted with locally sourced produce and served with flair, the Bulls Head is the perfect place to enjoy a delicious meal with friends and family, whatever the occasion. Why not make a night of it? The Bulls Head boasts 21 beautifully designed en-suite rooms featuring deluxe beds, sleek furnishings and cutting-edge design – a stay at the Bulls Head is sure to be a memorable one. Whether you’re drinking, dining or staying the night, there’s never been a better time to discover the Bulls Head in Hale Barns. For more information, visit their website or like the pub on Facebook.

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