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We stayed at Crewe Hall for a friend's wedding and it was a delight from start to finish, The food in the brasserie was fantastic - and the breakfast, in particular, was awesome, Our room was in the more modern West Wing, and was huge, with a comfortable sofa, as well as a large, welcoming bed. The ...
Crewe Hall£74Crewe Hall£74
The hotel is gorgeous, grounds are absolutely stunning! Only thing we had is the hotel was going through a revamp and builders were in at 7.30am just across the hall from us!
Crabwall Manor Hotel and Spa£59Crabwall Manor Hotel and Spa£59
Pixie Terrace is a charming and extremely well kept property. Clean and comfortable with lots of little extras and a welcome pack of essentials to greet you on arrival. It is just a short walk into the heart of Chester with all its attractions. A most enjoyable stay.
We loved our weeks stay in Wincle. The cottage was warm and cosy despite some fierce wintry conditions and being just a few hundred metres from the wonderful Ship Inn ( great food, beer and atmosphere) was an extra bonus. We had a couple of lovely spring days and would highly recommend the walk from ...
Chester in northwest England has a very varied landscape of pastureland, winding river valleys and hills that rise towards the North Welsh Hills in the south and the Peak District to the east. This is a landscape ideally suited to a wide range of sporting and outdoor activities. Visitors come here throughout the year to play golf on courses at Chester, Crewe and other locations. Boating is popular on the Irish Sea coastline and walking holidays very much in vogue, so when you stay at a Cheshire adventure sport hotel you'll have plenty of things to keep you occupied.
From the Southern Pennines to the Welsh Hills, Cheshire's landscape can be rugged towards its borders but levels out in the interior, creating a wealth of sporting opportunities. Based at a Cheshire adventure sports hotel you can use the county's excellent road network to get between venues, and your hotel itself will be close to local outdoor attractions and have all the information you need. Whether you plan to go rambling in Delamere Forest or take the kids to Gulliver's World Theme Park, it's all there on your doorstep.
Cheshire Adventure Sport hotels such as Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa in Chester or Mottram Hall in Macclesfield have all the facilities and services you require to enjoy outdoor activities and sports in their areas. The Macdonald Portal Hotel, Golf and Spa in Tarporley for example has beautiful grounds as well as spa and sauna facilities and an indoor pool. Whether you're into tennis, golf or swimming, staying at a venue like this on your Cheshire break will be just the thing.
The Cheshire landscapes around Tilston and Malpas in the south merge with the North Wales Hills and make perfect bases for exploring more of this exciting and diverse region. Much of the land has a network of pathways especially designed to meet the needs of walkers and ramblers, and there are plenty of villages and hamlets to stop off at along the way for refreshments.