The Cotton Arms is the oldest pub in Wrenbury village. Part of the existing building dates back to the 16th century, where it is believed that, curiously, ships’ timbers were used to provide the structural beams.
A tributary of the River Weaver flows directly through the pub’s cellar. Some say that this was once used to cool the beer before modern refrigeration. Prior to developments in the early 1900s, the pub could only cater for eight people, with stabling for up to five horses.
Nowadays, we are pleased to afford our guests more spacious surroundings, in addition to home-cooked traditional British meals and a wide range of real ales. Those adhering to a special diet are very welcome.
We host regular Lunch and Supper Clubs on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Not only do these Lunch and Supper Clubs provide extremely good value; they are also an opportunity for you to sample some creative and seasonal cuisine.
The Cotton Arms is able to cater for functions in a designated private pavilion, complete with its own bar. We also have a children’s play area and traditional bowling green.