Ten of the Very Best Hotels in Cheshire, England

Located North West of England, this county is famed for some of its produce like Cheshire cheese and salt, so it has a good food pedigree before we even start this post. With some big cities and towns within its boundaries (including Chester, Warrington and Crewe) it was always going to have some pretty amazing hotels to stay in. While I haven’t stayed in all the hotels in the county I have stayed in more than enough to justify making this list of ten of the very best hotels in Cheshire that are all based on my own personal experience…


Oddfellows Chester, Lower Bridge Street, Chester
Oddfellows Chester, Lower Bridge Street, Chester

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While some might find this hotel a little too quirky I think it has a lot more character than most other hotels. Located just a few minutes walk away from Chester Racecourse it is a hotel that offers just about everything in spades and has a style that makes it both highly memorable and neoclassical.

Carden Park Hotel, Broxton Road, Chester
Carden Park Hotel, Broxton Road, Chester

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If you like your hotels posh, but affordable this is the place to stay. Located in 1,000 acres of beautiful countryside it is an upscale golf resort of sorts that doesn’t overcharge. They have good food, OK service and a nice spa and pool to unwind in making it the perfect adult getaway. While it is OK to bring the kids, I think this is more of a relaxing adult getaway.

Nunsmere Hall Hotel, Tarporley Rd, Northwich
Nunsmere Hall Hotel, Tarporley Rd, Northwich

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This is what I like to call an ooh and ahh hotel. I call it that because that is the noises you will be making when you see the hotel itself and the rooms you get to stay in. From its stunning views of the 60-acre lake to the joys of it being very close to the Sandiway Golf Course, this is a hotel that might be small on the outside, but it does still offer some pretty big rooms depending on which ones you get. I will say it is worth splashing out the extra for the bigger rooms.

Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa, Pulford, Chester
Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa, Pulford, Chester

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This beautiful hotel is all you need for an adult weekend getaway. With luxurious fine dining, spa and fitness facilities all set in a stunning landscaped gardens it is an upscale country house hotel that is more than worthy of the acclaimed Grosvenor name.

DoubleTree by Hilton, Warrington Road, Chester
DoubleTree by Hilton, Warrington Road, Chester

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People come from miles around just to eat at the steakhouse and use the spa facilities, but staying here isn’t even half as expensive as you might think. In fact, I would go so far as to call it good value for money! This is a hotel to relax in, unwind in and get away from it all. It was once an 18th-century manor house set in 12 acres of garden, but even now it has that home away from home feeling about it.

Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa, Worleston, Nantwich
Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa, Worleston, Nantwich

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This classic looking stately country house features beautiful rooms, a high-end restaurant and all the relaxing things you need to make it the perfect weekend getaway. Located just 5 miles away from Queens park it is the perfect location for those looking to get away, but also stay close to things like the train station. In fact, you can easily visit this hotel by bus and train without much hassle.

Crabwall Manor Hotel & Spa, Mollington, Chester
Crabwall Manor Hotel & Spa, Mollington, Chester

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Have you ever wanted to stay the night in a castle? If you have this Castlelike estate with very chic rooms might be for you. While it is an upscale hotel it isn’t even half as old as you might think it is, but I will say I found the price quite low given the level of customer service and amenities you have access to.

Wall Hill Farm Guest House
Wall Hill Farm Guest House

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It is not very often I mention guest houses in a list of the best hotels in a certain area, but this one is worthy of note. With individually themed rooms all set in a 250-year-old converted barn this guest house has a charm that is hard to forget and you feel like you could live here forever. Given its low price point, you might find it more affordable than your own home!

The Chester Grosvenor Hotel, Eastgate Street, Chester
The Chester Grosvenor Hotel, Eastgate Street, Chester

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If you have an idea of what to expect from a centrally located Landmark hotel The Chester Grosvenor Hotel doesn’t disappoint. Just a very short walk from Chester Cathedral this is the perfect place to stay if you are sightseeing in the area. Amazing food, spacious rooms and a first class team of staff are what awaits you here. It is one of those hotels you will look forward to coming back to each night.

Peckforton Castle, Stone House Lane, Tarporley
Peckforton Castle, Stone House Lane, Tarporley

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While some people will argue that this place is overpriced I think it offers just enough to justify its own asking price. Set within 4,000 acres of forest this 19th-century castle is the pinnacle of luxury hotels (especially in the local area). Fine dining, luxurious rooms and excellent staff are the name of the game here and that is what makes this place worth its price.

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