150 Hospital St, Nantwich CW5 5RY

01270 627 311

Opening times

Opening times

To dine at Churche’s Mansion Restaurant and Bar,
food is served at the following times.

Bar open all day

Afternoon tea served

Wednesday to Sunday 12pm – 4.30pm

One of Cheshire’s oldest buildings


Throughout its years, Churche’s Mansion, Nantwich, has been a family home, a ladies boarding school, a tea room and an antiques shop, as well as home to several business ventures.

Churches Mansion

Spooky tales at the Mansion

The Mansion is undeniably a glorious sight, but there are rumours of things that go bump in the night. Conclusive evidence has never been found, but if you spot any ghoul, maybe buy them a round?

Our menus

The Churche family history


The Churche family, from Leicestershire, originally built the Mansion in the fifteenth century. The merchant Richard Churche married Margerye Wright, the daughter of an important family in Nantwich, and had the Mansion built for them in 1577 by Thomas Cleese, a renowned carpenter at the time.