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Only found this place by hearing about it on Chris Evan's Radio 2 Breakfast Show, as the UK's most romantic hotel. Booked it immediately for our 15th Wedding Anniversary and all I can say is that it is exceptional. The quality and attention to detail was phenomenal, I won't describe all the little ...
Only stayed one night, but can see why this guest house is rated highly (the reason I had selected it). It was comfortable and clean and the owner obviously takes pride in ensuring all his guests enjoy their stay. Room was very comfortable with good size bathroom en-suite (with good shower over bath). ...
This is a charming small hotel/large B&B in a pretty location. The warmth of the welcome and level of attention to detail gives the impression that the owners care about it. Rooms are comfortable and individually designed. Breakfast is fresh cooked. What's not to like?
This hotel was ideally located for Nantwich, Chester and Tarporley and other places we would have done had it not been we were going to a wedding in Market Drayton and a dinner in a local castle. Nice spa, friendly staff there. We only had breakfast at the hotel. Staff a bit disorganised in the dining ...
As Cheshire is such a patently attractive destination for holidaymakers, it comes as no surprise to find that visitors come here throughout the year to enjoy its manifold delights, both physical and cultural. The county is home to great Tudor houses such as those in Chester, the county town, and stately homes like Adlington Hall and Arley Hall. If you enjoy castles there are heaps of these too, and at the other extreme you have one of the United Kingdom's best theme parks at Gulliver's Kingdom. Try booking in to one of the many luxury hotels in Cheshire to have a supremely comfortable base here while you explore the many delights the county has to offer.
Luxury hotels in Cheshire such as The Chester Grosvenor in Chester and Inglewood Manor in Ellesmere Port offer their discerning and appreciative guests a wide range of top products, services and facilities that are not typically to be found in more average hotels. You may expect gourmet cuisine in well-appointed dining areas, prepared by visiting or resident chefs, with seasonal food and slow cooking very much in vogue at the moment. At a luxury hotel in Cheshire you can take advantage of fitness facilities, and often saunas, hot tubs and indoor heated pools are available. These all add a touch of class to any break, and make your hotel a pleasure to stay in and an integral part of the whole holiday experience.
You can find luxury hotels in Cheshire from Mottram in the east of the county to Birkenhead in the west, so the choice is down to you. You may prefer the peaceful rural surroundings of small towns like Coddington or Audlem, or the busy but pleasant streets of Chester with its historic attractions and nightlife. You hotel will offer the perfect base whatever your choice, and it will be easy to reach other parts of the county by road and rail.
Book in to a luxury hotel in Cheshire and you're guaranteed brilliant service and top-end facilities, and a great time in this most attractive of the English counties.