The Castle Inn is a delightful country Inn, which stands at the head of a twisting and almost impassable valley, which wriggles its way to the river Dane in Congleton. In 1820 the land and its cottages were brought by Anthony George Wright, who later changed his name to Biddulph. It was he, who allowed the cottages to be turned into The Castle Inn. In 1891, the premises were acquired by Greenhall Whitley & Co. The pub is traditional in appearance and the staff have created a relaxed comfortable environment, in which customers can enjoy a superb home-cooked meal. They serve a full selection of draught beers, wines and spirits for your enjoyment. Traditional food is served alongside the pubs extensive snack menu and unique specials board. Why not come along and try this pub out, they will guarantee that you will return time and time again!