Cranage Hall (Cheshire) Reviews
Description:Byley Lane, Cranage, Holmes Chapel, Cheshire, CW4 8EW. Tel:+44 (0) 1477 536 666
Newest Review: ... on arrival were friendly and professional and we were directed to our room without any problems. One couple in our party did have a problem on arrival and had to wait half an hour for their room to become available. To give the hotel their due, they were given complimentary bathrobes, a bottle of wine and chocolates to apologise for the delay so this certainly seems like a hotel that cares ... more
Customer Cranage Hall (Cheshire) Reviews (2)
by - written on 16/04/13, updated on 19/04/13 (Very useful, 30 readings)
We stayed at Cranage Hall as part of a Travelzoo deal last week and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Cranage Hall is part of the Principal Hayley chain and has lots of facilities that make it a great place to stay. It also has a heavy focus on offering conference facilities and a place for weddings. The hotel is in a converted mansion in Cranage, near Holmes Chapel in Cheshire. It is very easily accessible as it is just a few minutes drive from the M6 motorway. There is plenty of free parking on site so arriving by car is probably the best way. The hotel is a convenient place to stay if you are visiting Jodrell Bank (5 minutes drive away), Tatton Park (20 minutes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/09, updated on 18/07/10 (Very useful, 390 readings)
Last week, my husband and I celebrated Christmas with his work colleagues at Cranage Hall in Holmes Chapel, Cheshire. As this was some distance from home, we treated ourselves to a night away in the hotel without the kids, making a good night even better! Cranage Hall is part of the Principal Hayley group of conference venues and hotels but for us it was the setting of our Christmas 'do' and a well-deserved night away. Our party had taken advantage of one of the festive Christmas events offered by Cranage Hall. We paid £32 per person for a three course Christmas evening meal and an additional £49 for our double room including breakfast. This seemed like a ... Read the complete review
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