The Carrier’s Inn, Lakeside Dining
Samie, Isaac, and the team welcome you to the brand new Carrier’s Inn!
Located on the B5152 in the heart of Cheshire’s countryside, by the shores of Hatchmere Lake, and at the edge of Delamere Forest, the Carrier’s is a popular stop for locals and visitors who come from far afield to enjoy this beautiful spot.
We serve a range of dishes, covering pub classics and chef specials. We use the finest of local ingredients and employ friendly, local staff. Every Friday we offer a full, separate menu (alongside our full à la carte) containing seafood specials, such as our famous beer-battered haddock and chips. On Sundays, we offer at least two home-cooked roasts, with all of our homemade trimmings.
We always advise booking in for the weekend as we tend to get very busy.
On your next visit to Delamere Forest and Hatchmere Lake you will be warmly welcomed by our friendly staff.
An Award winning Restaurant & Bar
The Carriers Inn has received numerous awards including Winner of Marston’s “Casual Fine Dining” Award 2008 and of course been awarded 5 stars for food safety and hygiene by Cheshire West and Chester Council.
Dining at the Carriers Inn
We have a fantastic team of passionate chefs at the Carriers Inn, some of which have worked here for over ten years.
We aim to offer something for everyone at the Carrier’s Inn. Our menu covers a wide variety of dishes, from pub favourites to chef specials. Most of our menu is suitable for many dietary requirements, including gluten free dishes, vegan dishes, vegetarian dishes, and we provide for a range of allergies.
Join us on our ‘Fish Friday’s for our beer-battered haddock and chips, and a full, separate menu of fish and seafood specials.
On Sundays we offer at least two, (including our vegan nut roast) homemade Sunday roasts, with all of the traditional trimmings. Samie and her family were raised with the best of home cooking so we would highly recommend trying a roast here.
Here are our most recent menus, but please be advised that these do vary. Our chefs are always experimenting!
About The Carriers Inn
Dating back to 1637, where the local smithy once stood, it is believed that the Inn is Haunted. During the refurbishment items were found in some very strange places; mainly in the dis-used cellar at the heart of the original building!
The actual state of the orignal building was far worse than could be imagined, however the brewery invested a large sum of money to bring the Carriers in to the 21st century without losing any of it’s original charm and character.