Where to stay in Northwich
Whether you’re looking for a one night getaway, are stopping over as part of a longer journey or are spending some time away with your other half, choosing the right hotel is key to your enjoyment.
Get it right and your stay will be fantastic. Get it wrong and it can put a damper on everything. Thankfully, there’s no questions here. We’ve pulled together four of the best hotels in the Northwich area, and why we think they should be where you rest your head.
Just outside of Northwich in the quaint little town of Knutsford, you’ll find The Mere. It’s not just any hotel. Here you’ll find everything that you need for a luxury stay, whether it’s for one night or seven, and there’s plenty to do when you check-in. On-site you’ll find a spa where you can forget all your troubles and relax, a golf course when you can tee up and practice your skills, and even enjoy some fine dining in one of The Mere’s many food options. If you were just looking for a hotel, you’ve come to the wrong place. But if you want something you’ll remember and want more of, then you’ve found it.
The Hive at 52
A bed and breakfast situated in a stunning old Victorian home, The Hive at 52 may look rustic on the outside, but it has completely modern facilities inside that make your stay here the perfect blend of both worlds. Whether you’re looking for a stopover as you travel through the region or somewhere to spend a couple of nights, all the reviews have one thing in common; that the breakfast here is incredible. Don’t miss it.
Hartford Hall Hotel
History and charm; what more could you want from a countryside hotel? Well, how about when we tell you that it’s rumoured to be haunted. If you spook easily you might want to stay away, but if you consider yourself to be a bit of a thrillseeker then book a room and come on down. Of course, that’s all just years of rumour and speculation about the old nunnery. In reality, the Hartford Hall Hotel is located on three acres of stunning Cheshire countryside, and you can enjoy views of landscaped gardens and a private lake while you dine and sleep.
The Holly Bush Inn
Last but not least we have The Holly Bush Inn, which is one of the oldest pubs in the country as it dates all the way back to the 17th century. There is a Grade II listed barn and pub for you to enjoy – both of which used to be a working farm – and the whole thing has been recently refurbished to restore the original thatched roof to its former glory. But don’t worry, it still has modern amenities like en-suite bathrooms and free unlimited WiFi. While you stay you can enjoy local cask ales and a whole bunch of home-cooked classic pub grub.