The Ashlea is a 19th Century Inn with a fine coat of arms perched on the edge of Abney Hall Park which has welcomed visitors through its historic doors for close to a hundred and fifty years. Situated in the suburb of Cheadle the pub is tucked away from the main hustle and bustle of the high street on leafy Manchester Road close to the pretty Cheshire villages of Wilmslow and Alderley Edge. Standing in the shadow of the old Cheadle Village railway bridge the pub along with the two terraced houses to its right and Ashlea House to its left once belonged to the Abney Hall Estate.The Estate’s gardens which spread out directly behind the pub are popular with local residents walkers and cyclists alike. On warm summer days the patio area is a real sun-trap and buzzes with the chatter of walkers tucking into a pub meal al fresco. Equally when the cold weather sets in the homely charm of The Ashlea is popular with people in the mood for a pint of real cask ale and some hearty pub fare under the antique beams.