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Accommodation in the County of Cheshire

Including town and country luxury hotels, manors,
pubs and traditional B&B guest houses.

Cheshire is large county, and its hotels and guest
house accommodation ranges from locations in the essential English open
countryside to famous cities like historic Chester. Hotels and guest
houses abound in plenty, from luxurious 5 star establishments offering
every conceivable comfort and facility to small lower budget guest house
and bed & breakfast establishments. Alderley Edge, for example,
boasts many hidden treasures, including the celebrated Wizard’s Thatch
Suite with its four poster beds, en-suite bathrooms with luxurious bathrobes,
towels and slippers and a welcoming bottle of complimentary champagne
to greet you on arrival. Then there is Pott Shrigley near Macclesfield,
the location of Shrigley Hall. This 19th century country mansion is
set in 262 acres of Cheshire countryside close to Manchester, on the
edge of the Peak District National Park, and has exceptional views and
has an 18-hole championship golf course and outstanding health and leisure
facilities, including a 14 metre pool and extensive gym.

Wizards Thatch Luxury Suite, Alderley Edge, CheshireShrigley Hall Golf & Country Club Cheshire Hotel: De Vere Hotel, Carden Park, near Chester, CheshireCranage Hall Hotel, Knutsford, Cheshire
Cheshire Hotels: Ye Old Vicarage Hotel, Holmes ChapelCrabwall Manor, ChesterDe Vere Mottram Hall, Prestbury, CheshireWillington Hall, Tarporley, near Chester

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There are many others: the De Vere Carden Park is
located near Chester in a 750 acre deer park and also has an on-site
golf course and offers all the facilities you might expect of a 4 star
hotel; the Park Royal Hotel, situated on the outskirts of Stretton,
(near Warrington), a perfect English village in rural Cheshire whose
facilities include a health and leisure spa with swimming pool. This
4 star hotel has 142 luxurious, air conditioned, well equipped bedrooms.

There are also many other countryside retreats including
Willington Hall in Tarporley. This 3 star hotel stands in 17 acres of
formal gardens and parkland with wonderful views of the Cheshire countryside
towards the Welsh mountains and is renowned for the warm informal country
house hospitality and individual attention it extends to its guests.
An ideal touring base for Chester and North Wales.

For those seeking a more traditional break, the Mere
Court Hotel near Altrincham is a 4 star country house hotel in 7 acres
of gardens formerly a family home but now lovingly restored to a fine
country house hotel, offering luxury accommodation including a 4 poster
room with double jacuzzi bath. Its lakeside rooms offer king size beds
all with Jacuzzi baths. 34 en suite rooms with all amenities & facilities.

Or there is Ye Olde Vicarage Hotel, a privately owned
17th century Grade II listed building, which dates from 1635, set on
the banks of the River Dane in the picturesque village of Cranage just
outside Holmes Chapel. Interior décor is has been appropriately
designed to compliment the building. Situated just one mile from junction
18 of the M6 Motorway, handy for Manchester and its airport, the historic
Roman city of Chester, Knutsford, Congleton, Crewe and Stoke-on-Trent;
a convenient central Cheshire location for the business and leisure
travel. All in all, visitors to Cheshire will find themselves spoilt
for choice in terms of accommodation, no matter what their preference
or budget.

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