Windmill Inn

Cheshire country pub


 
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Address:
Holehouse Lane, Whiteley Green, Macclesfield, SK10 5SJ

Contact:

01625-574222, email

Introduction:

This old country pub has changed a great deal over the 35 years I have known it and each refurbishment brings with it a new style fitted into the old building. It is a very pleasant pub and most enjoyable restaurant.

The lounge is easy to relax in with sofas and soft chairs, there is a bar and the restaurant area is furnished with stout spotlessly clean wooden tables and chairs bistro style on a stone tiled floor.

Open hours:

All day every day for drinks.
Food is served: weekdays lunch 12 - 2.30pm, dinner 5.30 - 9.30pm.
Saturdays 12 - 9.30pm.
Sundays 12 - 8pm.

Brews:

Teltley's, Timothy Taylor's, Black Sheep and a guest beer which was Speckled Hen on my last visit.

Food:

Bar food; Restaurant - High quality food, preparation and presentation. The quality ensures that it is value for money. They are clearly aiming well above the standard of the usual pub restaurant and certainly achieving it. Download the menu.

My wife & I have been many times for lunch and dinner and it is invariably very good. The standard of service is first rate with young staff who actually know what they are doing. Very highly recommended. Book for peak periods.

Other facilities:

Beer garden beside the car park. Patio tables and chairs on the roadside are actually a very pleasant place to watch the lowering sun on a warm summer evening.

Finding it:

Google map

Street viewExternal link

From the main road through Bollington, turn down Adlington Road (next to the Dog & Partridge), after about ¾ mile take 1st left. The Windmill is half a mile on the left. From the A523 Macclesfield / Poynton road, turn up Holehouse Lane which is between the traffic lights at Bonis Hall Lane and the railway over-bridge; after about 1 mile the Windmill is on the right.

200m downhill from the Macclesfield Canal at bridge 25.