The Ryles Arms is independently owned and has history dating back to the 1500’s. In the past it has been a blacksmiths, the local sweet shop and for the past century has mostly been a public house for the locals to enjoy.

Since taking on the Ryles in September 2010 Alex and his team have focused their efforts on providing all customers who walk through the doors with great quality food and service.

The menu now boasts such variety that there truly is something for everyone whether it be fine dining, pub favourites or a second to none steak from our flame grill.

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The Local Area

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Nearby Points of Interest

Macclefield Forest (2 mi)

Macclesfield Forest is a excellent place for outdoor activities including horse riding, walking, cycling, fishing and bird watching including the Peak District’s largest heronry at Trentabank Reservoir.

Nearby Activities

Gritstone Trail (0.25 mi)

Stride out along the Gritstone Trail and sample some of the finest walking in Cheshire. This is a more challenging route stretching from Disley to Kidsgrove, with some fine ridge walks and stunning views over the Cheshire plain.The Gritstone Trail, which now includes the former Mow Cop Trail, has been extended to make it more accessible by public transport. The route is split into three sections, which can each be walked in a day by fairly fit walkers.

Blaze Farm (2 mi)

Blaze Farm in Wildboarclough is an award winning farm set on the edge of the Peak District. Famous for our Hilly Billy Ice Cream – all made on the farm using the milk from our own dairy herd.Stroll along one of our nature trails – spot the different wildlife and take in the breathtaking views through the meadows and woodland. Watch the lambing in the Springtime and the sheep-shearing in the Summer.

Tegg’s Nose Country Park (3 mi)

Views from Tegg’s Nose overlook nearby Macclesfield Forest and across to the summit of Shutlingsloe which is the second highest point in Cheshire as well as the Telecoms Tower on Sutton Common and the Macclesfield Canal. On clear days you can also see as far as the Welsh Hills and Liverpool in the east across the Cheshire plain.

Goyt Valley (3 mi)

The Goyt Valley is a popular destination for many outdoor activities including walking, cycling, fishing, sailing and horse riding. A few ideas for short walks are detailed below, they can be lengthened by combining routes or for longer distance walks you could combine a visit to the Goyt Valley with other Peak District destinations such as Axe Edge Moor and nearby Wildboarclough.

Local Events

Cheshire Show (10 mi)

The Cheshire County Show will take place Tuesday 22nd and Wednesday 23rd June 2010

Tatton Flower Show (10 mi)

The Tatton Flower Show 2010 will take place 21st – 25th July 2010

Local Amenities

Macclesfield Town Centre (3 mi)

The town centre is 3 miles from the country localtion of the Ryles Arms.

Macclesfield Train Station (3 mi)

Macclesfield Train Station is a main station. There are frequent trains to both London and Manchester.

Manchester Airport (14 mi)

Manchester Airport is approximately 14 miles from the Ryles Arms.

The Ryles arms and COVID-19

Due to the government guidance we’ve had to change things here at the Ryles to ensure everyones safety during this difficult time.

General: Staff are wearing face coverings, all surfaces are wiped in between use including common touch points such as salt shakers, menus etc

Tables: Some tables have been removed to ensure social distancing, therefore booking is advised. Walk-ins are welcome but a table needs to be ready for you when you arrive or we have to turn you away – our advice is not to chance it. Call or book online, even if it's only 10 minutes before you'd like to arrive!

Menu: We are on a reduced menu; all of our firm favourites are still here, but we can only have a limited number of chefs in the kitchen
so we have had to reduce the number of items we can offer. Click here to see the current menu

All of our COVID safety notices are displayed on site, the first one being when you pull onto the car park. Please follow them at all times and all will be clear by the time you get to the table.

We would like to thank you for joining us and for helping us to keep you safe.