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The Bears Paw
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Located in the heart of Cheshire, in the picturesque village of Warmingham, The Bear’s Paw is a delightful 19th century character inn. This charming, yet stylish gastro inn is strategically placed between the major market towns of Sandbach, Middlewich and Crewe, and easily accessible from the M6.

Our luxurious boutique style bedrooms with exquisite decor and furnishings are the ideal haven for a peaceful nights rest. Providing you with total comfort in lush surroundings, all 17 bedrooms are en-suite and feature modern day amenities such as flat screen televisions, complimentary WiFi and media hubs.

We take pride in our home cooked wholesome food awarded for its quality with an AA Rosette award. We use only the freshest and most seasonal produce which is locally sourced wherever possible. The bar features six real ales from local micro breweries and a fantastic selection of renowned wines from around the world. With two open fires, reclaimed antique oak flooring and more than 200 pictures adorning the oak panelled walls, the inn has kept its traditional charming character yet with a stylish contemporary twist.

Taking you back to traditional inn-keeper hospitality, the 5 Star Bear’s Paw Inn provides a warm and friendly ambiance making it the ideal place for you to truly indulge, enjoy and relax.

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