Churches Mansion

The award-winning Churches Mansion restaurant in Nantwich is up for sale.

Real estate advisor Savills is selling the venue on Hospital Street as a going concern on behalf of its private owners.

It’s being marketed at a guide price of £1.85 million for the freehold interest and will be sold as a going concern.

The Grade I listed restaurant is one of the most historic and oldest buildings in Nantwich.

The two-storey Tudor building dates back to 1577.

It was bought by owners Sophia and Kyriakos Haelis in 2018 and was restored over three years.

Tom Cunningham, hotels and licensed leisure director at Savills, said: “Churches Mansion combines outstanding hospitality with historic, local character, so we are delighted to bring this fantastic restaurant to market.

“The current owners have fully refurbished the property to an exceptionally high standard, including a high spec professional kitchen as well as excellent living accommodation, and we look forward to welcoming offers from prospective buyers.”

It now provides 200 covers across the ground and first floor with a fully equipped kitchen and a large enclosed garden with additional trading space.

The building also houses a four bedroom owners accommodation with kitchen, bathroom, living room and office, which offers the potential for a fifth bedroom.

The property also remains a popular wedding venue, and is fully licensed for civil ceremonies.


  1. Drake Bradshaw says:

    Visited the Boat near Wrexham this week, now there is an eatery that knows the hospitality sector well, the food, the staff the setting would run rings around the current people who run the mansion. Closed Monday and Tuesday?? Well it says it all really, clearly was just a vanity project. Would love to see it converted into apartments, that would prove an asset to the town

  2. I certainly hope Churches Mansion is sold as a going concern, hopefully with the existing chef. Slightly sticky start but they have found their feet and now serve top class food at a very reasonable price with great service. I advise everyone to go while you still can.

  3. No surprise. Owners needed to learn a lot about how to deal with customers in this industry, serving this style of food. Had the worst customer experience from them. No concept of how to make a customer feel special.

  4. You’ve got to serve a lot of pricey three course dinners to Nantwich residents to recoup almost £2m. It was for sale for years as Adams Antiques for £1m before it was bought in 2018. I can’t imagine there will be a queue…

  5. had to happen, the food was ok but the staff don’t exactly seem to be a good fit for hospitality at all ,if you visit some top dining options out of the area it’s quite clear where the fault is

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