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Situated in Lymm, this hotel is close to Lymm Dam, Bridgewater Canal and Arley Hall. Area attractions also include Gullivers Kingdom Theme Park and Warrington ...
Situated in the business district, this hotel is in the same region as Golden Square Shopping Center, Warrington Museum & Art Gallery and Tatton Park. Regional ...
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With Cheshire being such a wonderfully diverse county, you'll have plenty of opportunities for exploring its cultural treasures and landscapes at your leisure when you stay at a Cheshire hotel here. There are many accommodation options to suit all pockets and inclinations, so you'll have no problem finding somewhere to stay. You'll doubtless want to see some of the top sights such as Chester with its Tudor houses and magnificent cathedral, and perhaps theme parks like Gulliver's World. Bear in mind, however, that Cheshire is also rich in stately homes such as Arley Hall at Northwich, set in beautiful grounds and well worth a visit.
Arley Hall is one of the most important and attractive stately homes in Cheshire. It's particularly noted for its beautifully preserved fireplaces, dark oak panelling and elaborate ceiling decorations. Visitors come here throughout the year to explore the treasures of the Hall and enjoy walking in the beautiful grounds. This is living history at its finest, and it is a remarkable fact that the same family has lived here continuously for more than five centuries (although not the same individuals of course, which would be even more remarkable!).
The very first house was built here in 1469 by the family and their descendant Viscount Ashbrooke continues to call it home. The hall that visitors see today was completed by Rowland Egerton-Warburton in 1845 and designed by Nantwich architect George Latham. When you visit the Hall from your Cheshire hotel you'll agree that he did a fine job of it. The Dining Room and Library are brilliant, with fine panelling and decorated ceilings. The Grand Staircase is an acknowledged masterpiece, built with the Elizabethan style of panelled plasterwork and elegant door strappings very much in mind.
When you come here from your nearby Cheshire hotel, be sure to spend an hour or two in the formal gardens, weather permitting. They cover eight acres and are beautifully designed, with many different plant species and a pathway a third of a mile long.