Sunday - Thursday: 12pm till 10pm
Friday - Saturday: 12pm till 11pm
Monday - Sunday: 12pm till 8pm
Now operated by two friends, Simon & Dave, both longstanding operators in the industry who fell in love with the Pub and it’s fabulous rural character many years ago after visiting Marbury Park with their wife’s and children – so when the pub tenancy was put to tender late 2020 we jumped at the chance to get involved.
We finally got the keys in March 2021 and have loved every minute of integrating into the Comberbach community ever since. This fresh injection has been well received by both diners and drinkers alike and our ever evolving food offering is proving very popular with both the locals and the destination patrons alike
The history of The Spinner and Bergamot Inn, once belonged to the honourable Smith Barry family, of Marbury Hall. The Inn was built back in 1746, with a few hidden tales to be told.
The inn was previously owned by the Smith Barry family of Marbury Hall and was originally titled The Spinner in recognition of the spinning loom between Pickmere and Wincham.
Land owner Sir Hugh Smith Barry favoured the inn as his local to such an extent that he named one of his racehorses, The Spinner, after it. The highlight of the filly‘s career came in 1764 when she won the Ladies’ Plate at Scarborough.
So delighted with the success of the horse, Smith Barry bought the inn himself and added a new name - Bergamot - to the pub‘s title. The Bergamot was an even more successful horse for Smith Barry, clinching the Chester Cup in 1794 - a win which would make Smith Barry‘s fortune.
The Spinner & Bergamot, is an archetypal village pub retaining all the traditional qualities together with modern innovations. The pub is located in the Cheshire countryside and is set in landscaped gardens