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Thursday, 07 February 2019 10:34

The Crag Inn Wildboarclough

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The Crag Inn is a traditional pub in the village of Wildboarclough in Cheshire.

Built in 1629 asa farm house and converted to a beer house in 1825 its steeped in history and full of original features. It is known as the Bottom of the Hill due to its location at the bottom of Shutlineslow which is considered the Matterhorn of Cheshire. Surrounded by forest and hills The Crag Inn is truly a place to visit in the day or evening.

The villages claim to fame is the place where the last wild boar was killed. The village stands in the upper reaches of Clough Brook. Its very popular with runners, walkers and cyclelists and who can blame them.

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