Official visitor guide produced in association with the
Visit Chester & Cheshire regional tourist board.
Saturday, 25th May 2013
The Padgate Restaurant offers you a sublime selection of modern British and international dishes.
Originally part of a Georgian house, the restaurant retains this character and charm, but serves up a distinctive taste that is accompanied by real attention to detail. Offering excellent value, from the seasonal special menus to a vast choice from the a la carte menu, this is the perfect choice for diners looking for a relaxed and highly-memorable occasion.
The timbered panelled bar is quiet and cosy with traditional coal fires burning in the inglenook fireplaces throughout the winter. In the summer you can sit outdoors on the extensive landscaped gardens, providing a tranquil setting in which to enjoy your summertime drink.
Traditional cask-conditioned ales, a wide selection of malt and blended whiskies and fine house wines are offered to compliment the homemade bar meals, served with specialities from the blackboard.
A special calendar of food and drink events is available throughout the year.
Why not treat yourself for that special night out?
Open from 1830-2130, times may vary, reservations recommended - 01925 816767.
Leave M6, jct 21, onto A57 towards Warrington for 1 mile. Go over the set of traffic lights and take the first right before the Dog and Partridge pub. The hotel is situated in the 1st road on the left.
From the centre of town, take the A57 Irlam/M6 road out of Warrington. Hotel is 1 mile outside of the town on the right hand side of the A57.
Car parking for 55 cars.