Great location and lovely breakfast, great for families
The rooms are adequate but you do hear the people in the next rooms even though there’s no tv.
Very peaceful. Not modernised to much so keeps the olde world atmosphere.Hot water at all times.Gardens kept up well. Nothing not to like.
Quiet, clean, excellent parking, perfect for a one/two night stay.
Dissapointing, as we were led to expect a restaurant on site, breakfast was good tho.
Cheshire is a county renowned for its beautiful open vistas or pastureland and hills sloping gently to the Peak District and North Wales Hills. The landscapes here are varied and there are many great opportunities for rambling, walking, cycling and other outdoor pursuits, and Cheshire also has numerous historic centres such as the county town of Chester, established by the Romans. It's a particularly good place to come with small children and stay at one of the numerous Cheshire hotels or guesthouses while you're here. If you take them to Gulliver's World Theme Park at Warrington or the Blue Planet Aquarium in Ellesmere Port you'll be rewarded with their eternal thanks.
At the Blue Planet Aquarium there's so much to see and do that you can spend a full day here and not notice the time passing at all. Swim with real sharks and see scuba diving professionals feed fearsome fish in the unique Aquatheatre. The Blue Planet Aquarium has one of the best stocks of frogs, fish, spiders, otters and sharks in the country, and these form the core of a brilliant family experience that you'll always remember fondly. There are more than 50 different exhibits and plenty of places for eating and taking refreshments. If you've come with toddlers they'll love the Pirate Playground outdoor play area.
This is a marine and freshwater aquarium and was opened in 1998 by the Queen. The aquarium was the biggest in the United Kingdom at the time and still takes some beating. It makes the perfect day out from your Cheshire hotel and adults as well as children will enjoy its state-of-the-art services and facilities. The shape of the aquarium is itself dramatic, modelled in the form of a crashing wave, and it was built by the same firm of developers who were responsible for the famous Deep Sea World in Scotland. The pools, tanks and transparent tunnels inside will introduce you to different aquatic habitats and there are themed areas too, reproducing lakes and tropical rivers.
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