The Wharf Inn
121 Canal Road, Congleton, Cheshire. CW12 3AP

The Wharf Inn Public House



The Wharf Inn is a traditional local free house situated below the Dog Lane aqueduct on Canal Road, Congleton. The Inn is a grade two listed building dating from the mid 19th century.

The pub has a friendly atmosphere and is frequented by walkers (dogs welcome), boaters and of course our regulars.

Our well stocked cellar providers a great range of real ale, continental lager and wine.


Televised Sports


If you're a sports fan, the Wharf is where it's at. We show all televised sport on Sky, ESPN and BT Sport, from football, rugby, cricket, boxing, tennis and formula 1.

Multiple viewing areas. You can watch the game sitting at the bar, outside or in our seating area. We will always give you a front row seat!

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2018-04-13 14:31:04 : Football from Mon 16th April onwards will be shown as… West Ham v Stoke 8pm Tuesday Brighton v Spurs 7.45pm Wednesday B’Mouth v Man United 7.45pm Thursday Burnley v Chelsea 7.45pm

2018-04-13 14:28:34 : Football this weekend will be shown as… Saturday Southampton v Chelsea 12.30pm Liverpool v B’mouth 5.30pm Spurs v Man City 7.45pm Sunday Newcastle v Arsenal 1.30pm Man United v West Brom 4pm

 
2018-04-03 12:42:44 : TONIGHT ⚽⚽ Fulham v Leeds 7.45pm

2018-03-30 12:33:03 : EASTER MONDAY ⚽ Preston v Derby 12.45pm Portsmouth v Wigan 5.30pm Sheffield v Cardiff 7.45pm Tuesday Fulham v Leeds 7.45pm

2018-03-30 12:28:27 : SATURDAY & SUNDAY football ⚽... Palace v Liverpool 12.30pm Everton v Man City 5.30pm Sunday Arsenal v Stoke 1.30pm Chelsea v Spurs 4pm


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Macclesfield Canal


Dog Lane Aqueduct

Dog Lane aqueduct on Canal Street. A fine example of a Telford cast iron trough aqueduct supported on stone piers.

The Macclesfield Canal was opened in 1831. It runs from Marple junction with the Peak Forrest canal to Hall Green, on the Trent & Mersey canal.

Goods were shipped and received at Congleton Wharf, an important administrative centre for the canal.

From the mid-19th century, railways began to replace canals. The canal network declined, and many canals were bought by railway companies.


Congleton Wharf