It is with great sadness we are calling last orders in all our pubs for the time being, given the escalation of the coronavirus crisis.
Thanks to our amazing team members who have been doing a great job over recent weeks in increasingly challenging circumstances.
We are looking at other ways we can support our regulars while we are closed and you can still enjoy our Greene King, Old Speckled Hen and Belhaven beers delivered to your door and these can be ordered by visiting www.greenekingshop.co.uk.
We want to wish you good health and thank you for your support now, and in the weeks and months to come. We look forward to when we can open our doors and welcome you back to our pubs again.
All meetings, events and hotel bookings have been cancelled at this venue up until 31st May 2020. If you have an enquiry about your booking, please call 0345 60 86 040. For cancellation queries click here.
We pride ourselves on serving the best British pub classics.
As of the 20 March we are closed. It is with great sadness we are calling last orders in all our pubs for the time being, given the escalation of the coronavirus crisis.
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The Hinderton Arms is conveniently located on the A540, just a 20-minute drive from the city of Chester. It sits on the edge of a small town called Neston, which was once a major port before the River Dee became chocked with silt, and later became coal mining hub. Now, it is a largely residential town, functioning as a suburb to the nearby cities of Liverpool and Chester. The pub sits on the site of an old court house, where local criminals were once hanged for their crimes. Traces of this macabre past have been totally erased and these days, it is a much more welcoming spot with eye-catching floral displays of its beer garden and its handsome historic exterior drawing in many passers-by. The large interior can accommodate 125 covers inside and a further 60 outside when the weather allows. Records from an 1826 Turnpike Act (toll road act) indicate that a pub has stood on this site for more than 190 years, though it was not always known as the Hinderton Arms. Back in the 19th century, it was called the Shrewsbury Arms, a name most likely taken from the Earl of Shrewsbury, who may have been the owner. It wasn’t until later that the pub adopted its current name, taking inspiration from the nearby Hinderton Hall Estate, which was built in the mid-19th century for a prominent Liverpool wine merchant. Though a loyal following of locals often come to the Hinderton Arms for a post-work pint or feed on their way home, the pub is equally popular among day-trippers and visitors from further afield who come to explore this history-soaked and garden-filled region.
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