The Holly Bush Inn in Little Leigh, Northwich, Cheshire has ceased trading with regret, prompting a flood of support and heartfelt well-wishes from loyal customers.
The Grade II listing pub, which was previously a working farm has recently been refurbished to restore the traditional thatch roof, provide a larger restaurant area and 14 en-suite non-smoking bedrooms.
There was an abundance of things to see and do during a visit to The Holly Bush Inn, with local attractions surrounding the 2.04 hectares of land and its conservation area such as;
- Delamere Forest – Go Ape, walking, cafe, and cycling
- Weaver Hall Museum (formerly The Salt Museum)
- Anderton Boat Lift
- Chester Zoo
- Knowsley Safari Park
- Tatton Park
- Beeston Castle
The historic pub located in the Northwich countryside is one of the oldest pubs in the country, a privately owned public house since 1993, has officially said goodbye to its customers for good.
Sharing the news on social media, a spokesman said:
The pub has been met with a flood of support from disappointed customers on The Holly Bush Inn Facebook page. Sharing sentiments on social media, customers responded with overwhelming statements:
During the pandemic, numerous private ventures have either quickly turned to endure or battled to stay afloat with the hospitality sector being one of the hardest-hit sectors.
Many are sad to see the Grade II listing on the barn and pub go, and the reasons behind the decision to cease trading are not yet known.
For more information, visit The Holly Bush Inn‘s Facebook page.
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