The Shady Oak Fernilee (Whaley Bridge, Cheshire) Reviews
Description:Address: Fernilee / Whaley Bridge / High Peak SK23 7HD / Cheshire
Newest Review: ... the life of me I cant remember what it was! All of the above were served with the traditional Sunday dinner trimmings. For dessert you have to go and find that annoying board Of course there is more on the menu then that, Home-made shepherds pies, other pies, etc. Practically everything on the menu was home-made, which is always nice to see as many of the traditional pubs have given way to ... more
Customer The Shady Oak Fernilee (Whaley Bridge, Cheshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 02/10/12 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Having spent an enjoyable weekend in Derby we traveled over the peaks back towards Manchester, foremost on our minds was a spot of lunch, we decided to forgo your typical chain restaurants on the edge of towns and see if we could find a pub on the way. Such things can be pot luck though, and taking such a view in mind we passed by several until we found The Shady Oak, that and the fact that I really needed to go to the toilet! It looked like your typical old time pub from the outside, lots of windows and hanging baskets, there was also several benches and tables outside, and a decent size car park to the size. What it did have was an absolutely fantastic view, lots of ... Read the complete review
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