The main building was constructed in 1831 by Richard Greenall as the vicarage to St. Matthew's Church, and it is delightfully quaint with porthole windows in some of the bedrooms and a spiral staircase sweeping up to the impressive Tower Suite. The hotel has blended tradition with what it likes to think of as the new tradition of glamorous decadence and indulgence, and this perpetuates throughout the establishment, from the rooms to the restaurants, to the spa and beyond. In addition to 24-hour reception and check-out services and lift access, facilities available to guests at this 146-room, family-friendly spa hotel include a bar, restaurant and conference facilities. Furthermore, guests can take advantage of Internet access and room and laundry services for a fee. Extensive car parking facilities are available for guests arriving by car.Check in 15:00hAll of the en suite rooms overflow with contemporary style and glamour, from the designer headboards to the beautiful counterpanes. Sumptuous tones of mauve and green have been employed with great effect to create a warm and sensuous haven, throwing in a touch of vibrancy with creative artwork and soft furnishings. In addition to a private bathroom with a bathtub/shower, in-room amenities include a direct dial telephone, TV set, radio and Internet access, as well as tea and coffee making facilities and an iron and ironing board. Central heating units are a further standard feature of all accommodation units.
By car: from the M56, take junction 10 onto the A49 towards Warrington. At the first set of lights, turn right into Stretton Road. The hotel is 180 metres along on the right-hand side.