- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
- Weddings and Other Private Parties Catered for
- Free Parking
- Event Space
- Dogs Welcome
- Children's Menu available
- Business Lunch
- Awesome View
About The Nag's Head, Haughton
Family run Gastro Pub located in Haughton nr. Tarporley, Cheshire. From the team behind Piste Wine Bars....
The Nag’s Head, situated in the picturesque village of Haughton, near Tarporley; has been standing since 1680. It has now been transformed following an extensive, yet sympathetic and loving refurbishment into one of the county’s finest regional Gastropubs. Just off the beaten track near Tarporley and only a couple of minutes drive from the bustling village of Bunbury, Tudor styled full of character and charm, surrounded by beautiful countryside, steeped in history with nearby attractions such as Beeston Castle, Tatton Park and the restored Water Mill at Bunbury. Quintessentially English, The Nag’s Head represents everything a fine Cheshire pub should be, a bowling green, kitchen garden, a delightful ‘al fresco’ dining garden perfect to celebrate our British Summer and three crackling log fires inside make it the ideal winter dining and drinking destination too. From cocktails on the lawn to hearty meals by the fire, The Nag’s Head is a destination for all lovers of great food, local ales, fabulous wines and real Northern hospitality.
We thought we would try you under new ownership. Disappointed, not enough staff, service very slow, fish pie delicious but too small for a main course, the veg on the side could have made up for it but this was also very small and cold. We will try you again at some point but won’t be rushing back.
Super service with thoughtful touches, i.e pudding plate decorated with 'Happy Birthday', chef taking time out of the kitchen to check we were happy with the food plus front door held open on our arrival. Think the pub would make a lovely venue for smaller, bespoke wedding receptions. Plenty of parking, warm, glamorous interior and a gorgeouse looking garden perfect for summer drinks.
Great to have the Nags Head open again. Good menu and good service. Looking forward to your loyalty scheme being operational.
Small food portions, one small piece of broccoli on a £13 Sunday roast?? Bad service, we had to find somebody to ask for mustard long after food arrived. Beer on tap not working (innes and Gunn) for a reason unknown. Friendly staff though and great setting. Shame but would not return
Visited on first night of opening, then for a snack and lunch today. Three visits in first week. That must show that we have all enjoyed it. Great start. Keep it up. I visited with three different people three times! Can’t all be wrong. Definitely recommend. Suggest book first. Lovely ambience, welcoming and friendly Owner, Chef and staff. Great fire as you walk in. Oh, and a menu to suit everyone. Well done.