Welcome to the Three Greyhounds Inn here in Allostock, in fact the only pub left in Allostock. We opened the doors to the new Three Greyhounds Inn on Thursday October 11th 2012, after a full refurbishment and restoration works. The pub had sadly closed down and was on its way to extinction before it was rescued by Tim Bird and Mary McLaughlin who also own the Cholmondeley Arms near Bunbury on Lord Cholmondeley’s estate and the Bulls Head and Church Inn in Mobberley. Anyone familiar with our pubs will know we firmly believe in creating warm, relaxing and friendly pubs with freshly cooked and locally sourced food, fine ales from local microbreweries, unique spirits as well as fourteen or so wines by the glass.
The Three Greyhounds Inn is no different and we are very proud indeed of the work we have done to salvage this 300 year old Country Pub. Prior to being a pub the buildings were part of a working farm. This is reflected in the menu with fantastic British farm cheeses, eggs and ice creams to name but a few and on the bar local craft cider brandy makers are celebrated as well as local micro-brewery ales.
We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful pub whether you are out for a drive, on your way home from a hard day at the office, whether you are cyclists, walkers or horse riders who enjoy the surrounding Cheshire countryside as well as the nearby Shakerley Mere and we welcome well behaved pet dogs in our ‘Brandy Snug’.
We also have a lovely private dining/party room with its own bar called the ‘Old Dog House’ that can seat 60 comfortably within a country barn environment for that relaxed party with food and drink.
So come in and see us. We look forward to seeing you for many a year to come!!