Old HallHigh Street
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Was once the residence of the Lords of the Manor of Sandbach. Extension added in 18C when it was known as "The Three Tuns". Further extension in 19C to accommodate coach travelers. Used as a billet for American officers during second World War. Grade I listed building dating from 1656. Was allowed to decay by previous owners, but brought back to life when bought by Brunning and Price. Carefully restored, tastefully refurbished and extended, reopened in 2011, retaining most of its original fittings. Main entrance, which belies the internal area, leads to a centrally arranged bar to the right. On the left is a wonderful Jacobean carved fireplace, one of two in the pub. Many historical pictures caricatures and advertising flyers on walls covering a wide period. Up to six real ales. One house beer - 'Original Bitter', five other real ales changing Locale and National brands over a variety of tastes. One real cider during summer months. Manager and 3 staff trained in cellar operations. Beer quality good.