Located in the charming village of Prestbury, surrounded by the beautiful Cheshire countryside, The Bridge Hotel’s interior is equally as stunning as its surrounds, making it the ideal choice whether its for a special family meal, a spot of afternoon tea or a group function or wedding. Since it was established in 1952, The Bridge Hotel has become the place to go in Prestbury for a refined meal. Enjoy French cuisine crafted from fresh local produce, or indulge in The Bridge Hotel’s fantastic set lunch menu. Just remember to book in advance in order to guarantee a table at this award-winning restaurant on The Village.
Not only is The Bridge Hotel popular with visitors to Cheshire, but well loved by locals too, no matter if it's for a special occasion like a wedding, some afternoon tea or simply to indulge in a refined meal with family or friends. Situated within a historic building on The Village in Prestbury, The Bridge Hotel still retains the venues beautiful original features, creating a stunning setting to dine in, and even boasting a spacious garden area, perfect for a sunny day. Whether you go for the set lunch menu filled with international favourites, or pursue the French a la carte menu, we’re sure you’ll be more than delighted with your choices.
We recommend starting off with a bowl of traditional French onion soup, or some escargots in garlic butter and cream foam if you’re feeling more adventurous. Then, move on to another French classic like the beef bourguignon, lobster thermidor or the duck two ways (confit duck leg bonbon, pan-seared duck breast, white bean hummus and sauteed potato), before ending on a sweet note with one of The Bridge Hotel’s freshly made desserts. Attracting guests from all over Cheshire to its Prestbury location, booking a table at The Bridge Hotel on The Village in advance is advised.
Lovely hotel, very friendly and accommodating staff, excellent food cooked to a high standard, overall we could not have found a better hotel thank you
Mothers Day lunch for three at The Bridge in Prestbury was excellent. The set menu had lots of choice and at £29.99 for three courses was very good value as the quality of food was exceptional. Myself and my Daughter chose the Cod starter and then Beef with Yorkshire pudding for the main. Both courses were delicious. My Mum opted for the Melon starter and Seabass main course and she enjoyed every mouthful. The desert choices were also excellent. I had my favourite cheese and biscuits, Mum had profiteroles and my Daughter had cheesecake. All delicious. The staff were all very attentive and friendly and the Restaurant was full of character and history. Lovely !
Beautiful food, very romantic atmosphere with the piano player. Loved it! It was our second visit and will definitely be back. Hope they don’t change it too much.
My wife and I had a Very enjoyable lunch. Staff very attentive and pleasant. Excellent way to celebrate a birthday. Would recommend this experience to anyone
Like a very upmarket Faulty Towets. Pleasant service but slow - no background music in restaurant so absolutely no atmosphere. Particularly as it was Monday so not busy at all. Only 3 tables booked so instead of seating the custoemers every other table, we were all pushed together, in a corner. Very strange experience also the computer system for car reg .. when i questioned the reason for a computer rather than paper note i was told it was to prevent non Hotel users ... filling the car park - think that maybe common scence could be used .. another computer system collecting data i feel.
Saturday evening: Lovely meal from set 3-course menu - great selection - for main courses 4 of us had fillet steak (medium rare) and the other had venison. All cooked & presented beautifully. Excellent service; ambience rather quiet at 7pm but we were sorry to leave once the pianist started playing a little later. We'll definitely visit again.
Excellent food, cooked to perfection. I took off I star merely because of the limited choice on the menu which was completely understandable - it’s a restaurant for hotel diners so table d’hotel is quite right. Service was impeccable. On the whole one of the most enjoyable dining experiences I’ve had.
Really disappointing meal on Christmas Day at The Bridge Hotel - no atmosphere, no welcoming drink/music/friendly staff. Food generally was nothing special (and my main mean was awful - suckling pig, more like old sow) and the price was high. Left feeling very flat and ripped off so will not be recommending to others and will not be returning.
Excellent meal again at the Bridge. Guy and Sue, wonderful as always, provided ambient music whilst we dined. We love this restaurant and would recommend you try it. The lamb on the a la carte menu is delicious!
Sunday lunch. On arrival quickly asked if we wanted a pre lunch drink and given menus. The service over lunch and food were excellent. On departure we were thanked for our attending and gratuity given.,