The Waverley is a 21 bedroomed family run hotel & restaurant, situated in the heart of South Cheshire. We are conveniently placed for Crewe railway station and Football Club which are just a 3 minutewalk away. The hotel is in a quiet location but just a stroll away from the many pubs and restaurants on the Nantwich Road & surrounding areas. Within walking distance of the town centre, where the Lyceum Theatre, the Limelight Club and other entertainments can be found.
Easily accessible from junction 16 of the M6 we're also only 200 yards from Crewe Railway Station meaning as well as a great place to stay we're extremely convenient especially if coming to Crewe fora Crewe Alexandra FC game or visiting Manchester Metropolitan University Crewe Campus. With a live music venue, club and 5 bars you can sure of a good time when you stay with us.
This country house hotel is one of the finest sites in Cheshire. The elevated Tudor style building with sweeping manicured lawns has superb views of the Cheshire plains. Call 01829 260 309 or use theonline forms to make bookings. If you would like to find out more about any of the aspects of The Wild Boar that interest you please get in touch and we would be happy to help.
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On the High Street in the market town of Sandbach, we now serve a small selection of food, but we are happy to let you bring your own. All that we ask is that you buy a drink to wash it down. There isan easy-going atmosphere and experience a big sports match with us, as we have SKY Sports and BT Sports, with seven plasma screens, so you won't miss an ounce of action!
Andrew has a wealth of experience with over 30 years as both a chef and in Food and beverage management, specialising in pastry, being a member of the exclusive Royal Academy of Culinary Artsalongside such esteemed names such as Raymond Bland. National Ballet. Although Andrew and Mark have only been running the hotel for just over two months they have re-furbished the lounge bar, reception, conveniences and are now working on the guest rooms.
Discover Chester's enchanting history and cosmopolitan buzz just two miles from the rural haven of the Mercure Chester Abbots Well Hotel. Relax in the UK countryside at the Mercure Chester Abbots WellHotel, nestled amid two acres of landscaped gardens. Historical Chester with its Roman Amphitheatre, medieval half-timbered buildings and charming shops, restaurants and cafes is just a short march away. Enjoy a swim, sauna, or massage at our onsite Feel Good Health Club and spa.
Situated in the historic city of Chester, explore the historic facades of the Black and White buildings and two tiered rows of over 1000 shops. With its beautiful Cathedral, exciting nightlife andcultural heritage, Chester really is the place to be. With The Racecourse, Chester Zoo, Blue Planet Aquarium and the shopping haven of Cheshire Oaks just a few minutes away, The Dene Hotel Chester has everything you need to make it an ideal base for your Chester city break.
Guests travelling by train will find the Eaton Hotel conveniently situated between the railway station and the city centre, both within 5 minutes walk. There are bars and restaurants close to thehotel and the many - attractions of Chester - are just a short stroll away. The famous shopping rows, the 900 year old Chester Cathedral, the picturesque River Dee, and the ancient Roman walls and bridges are within easy walking distance.
With its superb location on top of Frodsham Hill and wonderful views across the Mersey estuary the area was ideal for picnic parties, Sunday School outings and day trippers looking to enjoy the simplepleasures of a children's playground, swing boats and a helter skelter. The site had been used as a business for over 100 years and early records show there had been a coffee shop here before the turn of the century.