2014 Cheshire Life Hotel of the Year sponsored by Helers Cheese
PUBLISHED: 08:50 01 October 2014 | UPDATED: 22:04 10 November 2014
The nominations for the 2014 Cheshire Life Hotel of the Year Award. The winner announced at the Hilton Hotel, Deansgate, Manchester, on Monday October 27th 2014
Mottram Hall Hotel, Mottram-St-Andrew
Set in beautiful parkland with its ornamental lake, this delightful former 18th Century mansion is now billed as ‘new’ Mottram Hall following extensive £6m refurbishment of all bedrooms and suites. The huge investment has also provided a new restaurant in the Carrington Grill, new club house with Claret Jug bar and brasserie for the hotel’s. championship standard golf course and a new gym in the state-of-the-art spa complex and conference suites boasting the latest technology.
Housed in a magnificent landmark building in the ancient city’s Lower Bridge Street, Oddfellows defies categorisation. But since coming under the management wing of the Chester Grosvenor Hotel, eccentric glamour and quirkiness and top quality go hand in hand. Alongside the engaging restaurants and bars, Oddfellows offers 18 of the most lavishly designed boutique bedrooms in Cheshire, now augmented by the first of what will be five stylish apartments.
Rookery Hall, Worleston
Built in 1816 in the elegant French chateau style and set in 38 acres of rolling Cheshire countryside, Rookery Hall has long been one of the county’s most iconic beacons of hospitality. With four AA red stars for the standard of its 70 bedrooms, two AA Rosettes for the food served in its atmospheric wood panelled restaurant and recent winner of the Residential Spa of the Year accolade, the hotel is not only one of the most romantic of wedding venues, but also an extremely well-connected business hub.
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