With its sweeping hills, glut of stately homes and zebra-coloured Tudor houses, Cheshire is recognised as one of England's most picturesque counties. Once a largely rural area, it benefited greatly from the industrial revolution, which both coincided with, and instigated the construction of many a great building in the region.
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“Stylish elegance, attentive service, excellent food and wonderful facilities await our guests when they arrive at our superb establishment. We know that the modern traveller expects comfortable and well equipped accommodation, but we provide much more. You will find pleasant, friendly and helpful staff; plus we have extensive leisure facilities for your convenience. ”
Overton Hill, Frodshamrooms from £51.75 View Prices
“The location of our magnificent country mansion, in the heart of the superb Cheshire countryside means that many of the regions wonderful attractions are only a short drive away. Standing in our own picturesque and tranquil grounds you can experience the luxury of refined country living in impressive and sophisticated surroundings. ”
Pott Shrigley, Macclesfieldrooms from £50.58 View Prices
“Perfectly located just a short drive from the centre of Manchester and within easy reach of all of the towns, commercial and industrial centres, our magnificently elegant and imposing hotel offer the very finest in luxury and sophistication. A superb setting for an away from it all break, or an idyllic back drop for you wedding or corporate event.”
Wilmslow Rd, Mottram St Andrew, Macclesfieldrooms from £78.30 View Prices
“Our magnificent Georgian Mansion nestles in its own picturesque grounds in the heart of the beautiful Cheshire countryside. With the perfect location for exploring the many attractions that this region has to offer, we offer our guests the very best in comfortable accommodation, superb food, attentive service and unashamed elegance and luxury. ”
Main Rd, Worleston, Nantwichrooms from £98.10 View Prices
“Our elegant and charming establishment is set in the heart of the picturesque Cheshire countryside and provides a wonderfully peaceful setting for a romantic break or holiday away from the stresses and pressures of modern life. As a small hotel you can be sure of a friendly, homely atmosphere and comfortable accommodation. ”
Hall Lane,, Northwichrooms from £60.00 View Prices
“Our location is ideal for those that want to travel around this interesting area. Located close to the main Runcorn railway station the cities of Liverpool, Manchester and Chester can all be reached within 30 minutes. Part of the Campanile chain of hotels we provide a wonderfully comfortable, friendly and informal base from which to start your excursions. ”
Low Lands Road, Runcornrooms from £29.00 View Prices
“Our warm and welcoming hotel is located in the heart of Sale, just a few miles from Manchester Airport, and the perfect stop-over for those who are flying in or out. Within easy reach of the major rail and motorway networks an ideal base for exploring the region. ”
44, Washway Road, Salerooms from £50.00 View Prices
“Perfectly placed for those who want to travel around the Peak District or the Potteries, our wonderful establishment offer an ideal place for making your base. Standing in eight acres of our own picturesque grounds we provide comfortable and elegant accommodation that is equipped with everything the modern traveller requires. ”
Congleton Road, Sandbachrooms from £49.00 View Prices
“Set in the beautiful Cheshire countryside we are ideally located for exploring the cities of Liverpool, Chester, Manchester and the North West. The relaxed and informal atmosphere of our establishment is perfect for a family holiday, a relaxing break or as a comfortable and well equipped base for the business user.”
Derby Road, Widnes, Widnesrooms from £49.00 View Prices
“Our modern and purpose built establishment offers visitors to this beautiful area the ideal place to make their base. Comfortable and elegant, with a dedicated staff of friendly and helpful professionals to attend to your every need and easy access to the motorway, you can easily travel around the regions many places of interest. ”
Cronton Lane, Widnesrooms from £40.50 View Prices
“Located just a few miles to the south of the City of Manchester, we are perfectly located for those who are flying into or out of Manchester airport, or want to explore the surrounding area. Our modern and pleasant hotel has been designed for our guests, with comfortable rooms, excellent facilities and superb views across the Cheshire countryside. ”
Altrincham Rd, Wilmslowrooms from £40.00 View Prices
“Our superb hotel is conveniently situated just a few miles from Manchester airport. Set in our own grounds we offer the very best in comfortable and well equipped accommodation, friendly and cheerful staff, exquisite food and extensive leisure facilities; everything that you need for a pleasant stay whether you are here on business or for pleasure. ”
Stanley Road, Handforthrooms from £49.50 View Prices
“Our award winning establishment is without doubt one of the finest you will find in the area. Cheshire Life's 'Hotel of the Year' 2005 and standing in four acres of picturesque grounds we have the perfect location for a relaxing weekend or longer break. ”
Stanneylands Rd, Wilmslowrooms from £85.00 View Prices
Visitor Attractions for You to See
These include the extensive Tabley House, which boasts the first ever collection of English paintings. Most notably those of Turner and Sir Thomas Lawrence. Tatton Park, with its Japanese garden and rare-breeds farm. Also check out the renovated Lyme Hall and Park, which was redesigned in the 18th century to resemble an Italianate palace.
Industrial Heritage Turned into Must See
More reminders from the industrial era can be found in the county's former factories, all once cogs of this radical time. Today, such places have been transformed into fascinating visitor attractions, such as the Quarry Bank Mill in Styal (once a large cotton producer), which features the largest working waterwheel in Europe. The main industry here, however, was salt, and came about due to the many brine springs found in the Vale Royal. The Salt Museum in Northwich chronicles the production of the mineral in the area, which was then the world centre for its manufacture.
Grand Buildings for All the Family
Perhaps the best way to see Cheshire (and most of its neighbours) is to go to Beeston Castle. Built upon rocky cliffs, it has 4,000 years of history behind it, and a view that stretches across eight counties! Secure online booking for cheap hotels in Cheshire. The rooms we have here are at splendid prices and so very convenient for you. Choose from the comfort of your own home a place you like the look of from the list below, click on the picture or the text link for more information and to check availability.
This county is located towards the western coast of England and on the Welsh border. One of the couties that has shrunk over the years with a population of about 1 million. Areas of relativley unspoiled couintryside all around a good escape from city life can be found here.