Leigh Arms, Little Leigh

The Leigh Arms public house, Little Leigh

The Leigh Arms

A large pub, set just off a major road (the A49) – a seriously major road judging by the traffic and dead rabbit. This was probably a coaching house judging by the position and references to Leigh Arms Hotel. Architecturally it’s pleasant inside – large vaulted ceiling and for comfort there are large leather arm chairs to relax in.

Inside the Leigh Arms

Inside the Leigh Arms

4 hand pumps offering 3 beers, with one pump dedicated to cyder.  2 for Robinson’s standard – Unicorn bitter and one for a summer special (Dizzy Blonde).  I went for the Unicorn which was nice enough as a standard bitter and reasonably priced at £2.65 pp.  My parents opted for the Dizzy Blonde and felt it was a bit of a disappointment at £2.95 pp – though this is rural Cheshire remember! Food smelt great through we had already eaten so we didn’t check it out.

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