Our Private Dining Room recognised!


The George Mallory Private Dining Room here at the Church Inn has been chosen as a finalist in the Hilden Style Awards 2015, in the stylish dining category. We are so delighted to be nominated as a finalist. The room offers a wonderful space with views of St. Wilfrid’s Church and has been enjoyed by many guests since we restored the Church Inn just over two years ago. In this time the Church has been recognised as the UK’s best new pub by the Good Pub Guide. We have been included in the Michelin Restaurant and Pub guides for the first time in the pubs history this year as well as recognition in the Sawdays and AA guides too.

style2In November last year the Church Inn team won the Chairman’s Eat, Sleep and Drink award for best Dining in the South Manchester area.

This latest recognition by Hilden is reward for the brave decision to establish private dining in, what was, part derelict living accommodation. The room now seems like it has always been there. Aptly named after George Mallory, the famous mountaineer from Mobberley, the room can seat 24 for an intimate dinner or 40 for a fork supper.

The judges from Hilden will visit us in the next four weeks to make their decision…so fingers firmly crossed.


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