AG HOTELS GROUP is delighted to announce the acquisition of The Kilton Inn Pub, formerly part of The Chef & Brewer collection owned by Greene King. The pub, built in the 16th century, is steeped in history and is rumoured to have once served as a prison. It is also believed that infamous highwayman Dick Turpin had an association with The Kilton Inn. The pub is named after a beloved horse, Kilton, who won the prestigious Knutsford Gold Cup in 1796 and was owned by Mr Thomas Langford Brooke of Mere Hall.
Girish Grover, CEO of AG Hotels Group, expressed his excitement over the acquisition, stating that it is in line with the company’s vision of expanding its portfolio and investing in creating happy and thriving places. He also shared that their focus for The Kilton Inn Pub is to enhance the guest experience, increase their service level, and further engage with the local community.
The Kilton Inn Pub is located in the rural hamlet of Hoo Green in Knutsford and has a prominent position on the main A50 road. The pub’s welcoming atmosphere, candlelit tables, and roaring fireplaces make it a popular dining venue for couples and a favourite weekend lunch spot for families. Knutsford, the quaint and quirky market town where the pub is located, is one of the must-see regions in the area.
The Kilton Inn Pub is situated just over twenty miles south of Manchester and nine miles north of Macclesfield Knutsford, part of Cheshire’s affluent Golden Triangle. With the rich history of the pub and its location in the heart of Knutsford, The Kilton Inn Pub is sure to remain a popular destination for both locals and visitors alike.
Learn more: www.thekiltoninn.com