More Bacon Butties for us!!

The threat of wet weather threw a dampener on the third ‘Car Meet’ of the season at the Three Greyhounds Inn, here in Allostock. Maybe the clash with Father’s Day and the threat of rain meant a few car owners were a little nervous the meet would be cancelled. As it happens the weather was fine and the car clubbers that showed up had a bigger share of the free bacon butties! It was good to catch up with everyone and I appreciate you all taking time to visit the Three G’s.

Coincidently there were a lot of cycling fans already set up in the pub car park watching the British Speed Racing taking part right outside the pub.

Big thanks again to everyone that turned up and ‘Car of the Day’ went to Ray and his 1970 White Ford Capri 3000 GT. A real beauty! Look forward to seeing everyone at the next meet at the Cholmondeley Arms on Sunday 28th July 2019.

GOING FOR THE TREBLE!

We are very excited to announce that Cheshire Cat Pubs and Bars have been nominated for three very prestigious awards at the 2019 Casual Dining Awards, taking place in London on Wednesday 27th February. We feel very honoured to be nominated for two such special awards as ‘Employer of the Year’ and ‘Multi-Site Operator of the Year’ and are also very proud of our sister pub, the Cholmondeley Arms, for being nominated for ‘Pub of the Year’. Our owners, Tim Bird and Mary McLaughlin, are heading off to the Big Smoke as guests of our excellent wine suppliers, Boutinot, to attend the awards ceremony, and we will keep you posted on the results of our nominations.

 

Porsches visit Three G’s for winter drive out!

Porsche Club members enjoyed lunch at the Three Greyhounds Inn as they stopped off on their drive out day. Some of the cars joined the Three G’s car club while they were there as well. The Three Greyhounds is blessed with a good size car park and is the ideal pub for Car Clubs to stop off and enjoy lunch together.

 

Three Greyhounds Inn listed in Britain’s 25 most dog-friendly pubs

If you love having a dog, you probably love doing things that dogs love doing too – and a good walk is top of the list. We are lucky enough to live in a beautiful country, and not only that, a country that is criss-crossed with a network of public footpaths crying out to be explored. This wonderful access we are given to our countryside is one of the greatest privileges of living and holidaying in Britain. As dog owners, we naturally want to share the scenery with the company of a dog or two – or in my case, three. Yet often in the past it has been a challenge to find somewhere equally pleasurable to have a restorative drink – and perhaps a lovely meal as well – at the end of a stroll. I’m sure I’m not the only one of us who has ended up in a poky, lino-clad room tucked away down some dark corridor that describes itself as “dog friendly”. But there are plenty of civilised, dog-friendly pubs out there. The dedicated team at Sawday’s has travelled the length and breadth of Britain to find an enticing collection of places to eat and stay. And if, like me, you are eccentric and dotty enough want to bring your dog along too, you can. I call it the “tail-wagging” guide, and it has never failed me or my dogs yet..

THE THREE GREYHOUNDS
INN, HOLMES CHAPEL ROAD,
KNUTSFORD, CHESHIRE
WA16 9JY
This wonderfully renovated coaching inn is popular with families and dog walkers. Try a Cheshire cheese board with a warming cider brandy after a real walk around Shakerley Mere (right next to the pub). There is a dog’s dinner menu, doggy beer for sale and treats on the bar for well-behaved hounds, who can snuggle up or play in the large garden.

Lunch/dinner from £10.50, bar meals from £5.95. thethreegreyhoundsinn.co.uk; 01565 723455.