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Tarporley Road, Oakmere, CW8 2ES, United Kingdom – Show map
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Garden, Terrace, Sun terrace
Golf course (within 3 km), Library
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the room, Restaurant (à la carte), Special diet menus (on request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Room service, Packed lunches, 24-hour front desk, Luggage storage, Laundry, Dry cleaning, Ironing service, Shoeshine, Trouser press, Meeting/banquet facilities, Fax/photocopying, VIP room facilities, Bridal suite
Newspapers, Safety deposit box, Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Lift, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
15:00 - 23:00 hours
07:00 - 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years are charged GBP 15 per person per night for children's cots/cribs.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 25 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 2.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Score from 131 reviews Fabulous
A mile (1.6 km) from Cuddington Rail Station, this Premier Inn hotel has free parking, family-friendly rooms and a cosy Chef & Brewer restaurant.
Score from 65 reviews Very good
Situated in picturesque Tarporley, this 16th-century inn is just a 15-minute drive from historic Chester. Guests can enjoy home-cooked food, real ales and free Wi-Fi in the charming restaurant.
Score from 200 reviews Fabulous
The 17th-century inn The Hollybush offers en suite accommodation and high-quality dining, around 10 minutes’ drive from Northwich.
Score from 125 reviews Fabulous
We went for a chill out weekend and was pleasantly surprised, excellent quiet location, friendly staff,good comfortable and spacious room, excellent food.
WiFi connections spasmodic
We booked the hotel because of the location and history, Margaret thatcher stayed here because of the tranquility and location of the hotels and the beautiful grounds. I also chose the hotel because one of my favourite bollywood film was shot here, called Lamhe and I always wanted to stay at this grand hotel since. I am happy to write that I was not disappointed, the staff treated us like royalty, especially Melvyn the door man, who is the friendliest person I have come across and I could tell that he truly takes pride in his Job and forms a special bond with every guest who stays at Nunsmere hall. We stayed in a room called Dhalia, which was charming and beautifully decorated. We found most things in the room, which we have to call the reception for now a days in mordern hotels, they even had a teapot, which is rarely seen in Hotel rooms now. The lounge and bar were both elegantly decorated, and welcoming. The grounds of the hotel are my favorite part, beautifully manicured even in winter. I enjoyed waking along the lake. I will surely return.
The only things which can be improved in my opinion is the breakfast, although served in a beautiful room and with excellet staff, it is not worth pounds 15 at all. The cooked breakfast is a tiny portion and the continental bar lacks choices, there were more condiments than actual breakfast on the serving board. The staff informed me via email on the day the breakfast will cost 19 so it is better to prebook, which was actually not the case, as on the breakfast table there was menu with choices under 10 also.
We loved the vintage grandeur of the hotel, furnished with gorgeous antiques, which makes a change from the lowest common denominator kit of most hotels - even ones calling themselves high end. There was an air of old-fashioned high standards about the premises, such as the cheerful butler offering help, and lovely grounds - especially appealing with the seasonal snowfall.
There was confusion over the room bookings which negatively affected our experience. We're a couple and booked a single room for my mum, requesting she be near a lift due to mobility issues. I received a call from the hotel a few days before arrival saying the lift was out of action, asking if we'd like to make any changes to the booking. I asked if there were any rooms near each other on the ground floor and was told 'no' but I felt reassured the stairs wouldn't be a huge problem so stuck to the plan. When we were shown to our rooms, we discovered they were very far apart indeed - this had not been explained before and would have been good customer service under the circumstances. Our room was changed to near my mother's without too much trouble, and her room was huge with great views. But the member of staff said our room change was a downgrade and an approximate 50 per cent discount would be applied. When we tried to recoup this on checkout, this was refused by a woman on reception who blamed her colleague for being 'new'. We found this very unprofessional and felt this offer should have been honoured, even if the offer was made in error. The breakfast was very patchy - sausages were almost cold and bacon was dry as leather. However it was nice to see some alternatives such as eggs benedict and smoked fish on the menu.
Location was very good, close to Chester just off the A49. The building is lovely and the rooms were very comfortable and luxurious.
Staff helpful and friendly, quality of food and the hotel had a nice homely feel.
We were in a Junior Suite which was a very roomy but looked if it was in need of an update.
Appearance was good, welcome at the door was a nice touch and atmosphere.
Breakfast starts late at 08.00
The location and food was "awesome". My second visit here. Will be going back again. Gemma and Melvyn were fantastic when I checked out. Great impression to leave with.
Very good service. Food good.
Room was 24 degrees on arrival. Sorry but the steel wheelchair ramp over half the lovely stone entry steps, was out of place. (Very un pc I know)
Service was exceptional, nothing was any trouble at any time.
The lift, it is quite jerky and groans a lot. The staff assured us it is ok, we used the stairs for the rest of our stay.
Beautiful room, excellent service, will certainly be returning.
Staff were extremely pleasent and warming, bath fitted a 6"4 person, bed very comfortable
Bar is expensive
Beautiful and quiet hotel in picturesque grounds. Helpful and polite staff (especially housekeeping). Beautiful, spacious bedrooms. Excellent breakfast.
Poor choice of food that was not a la carte (especially for our 13 year old daughter).
Lovely setting & comfortable room, although looking a little tired. Doorman was excellent & very welcoming & helpful.
Receptionist checking us in. Unmanned initially & not welcoming or helpful in her manner. On departure, same receptionist with same disinterested attitude. Had to leave without checking out (had an engagement to attend) after waiting for over 15 minutes whilst she dealt with a long list of complaints from another guest. No apology for wait. Had to ring to settle account later in day.
Hotel facilities and staff
No mobile phone signal
Such a pretty location. Lovely helpful man who showed us to our room and went through everything with us after we checked in. The room was beautiful, bed was super comfy and bath was lovely size.
No fault of the hotel but children were the problem - we found it annoying that they were left to run up and down the corridors outside the bedrooms unsupervised when we arrived around 6ish and again after we returned from a meal out at around 10pm. They appeared to 'like' the doorbells and a game of knock up ginger which caused more noise and creaking floorboards. We have children and grandchildren but they wouldn't be running around such a lovely place causing disturbance to other visitors.
food was excellent staff very friendly atmosphere very welcoming and warm
Had booked as a surprise birthday evening. Room was excellent with lovely spacious bathroom. Dinner was lovely. As vegetarians we had 2 very nice choices and no goats cheese in sight as requested.
Difficult to get a phone signal, but for one night it was no problem.
We did not enjoy our stay at Nunsmere Hall Hotel. On arrival, we were directed to the lift ( and genuinely felt we were going to end up trapped due to the noise it made). On reaching our suite we were very disappointed to find it bore no resemblance to the pictures we had on the website. In the bathroom, the toilet and the sink unit were cracked and the shower cubicle had black mould around the base. The bed felt like a water bed and was very uncomfortable. Furthermore, the chain on the door was broken. Having chosen to upgrade to a suite this is not what we were expecting. The whole hotel is very tired ( which often happens with older properties) however, using the handrail when descending the stairs left one with a very dirty and dusty hand. We decided to sit in the garden on our first afternoon and ordered some tea. It was served in a disgustingly tarnished 'silver' To add insult to injury we were charged £7 for a pot of tea that we could not drink! I did report this to the receptionist who simply said she would advise the restaurant manager - no apology and no follow up on this. We had intended to eat in the restaurant but following the experience with the tea we ventured out instead - by this stage I did not wish to spend a single penny more in the hotel. Breakfast on day one was ok, however there was no Weetabix ( despite being on the menu) and only a couple of pieces of dried up cold meat on the buffet table. On day two, we were given a pot of tea for one between us an brown toast having ordered mixed. We saw the waiter give a large pot of tea and mixed toast to a single gentleman in another table. More tea and toast was eventually provided once we pointed out we did not get what we ordered. Again no Weetabix and ?the same? Pieces of dried up meat on the buffet and the fruit juice was empty. There was also no knife available to help oneself to the bread on the buffet table.
The welcome, the standard of the rooms (huge), the quality and standard of the bathroom, the beds were the most comfortable I have ever slept in and the food was excellent. Staff were really pleasant and the location is just out of this world. No pictures on a website could possibly do it justice. It is most definitely one of the nicest places we have ever stayed.
Having to leave!!
Setting Grounds Large bedroom and bathroom Comfortable bed Quiet Lovely lounge Good food Pleasant staff Good parking
Rather loud piped music at breakfast.
Don't book on a Saturday when there is a wedding,very busy.
The location of the hotel was very unusual. Staff were polite. Room was clean.
Noisy footsteps from the guest above our room in the early hours. Couldn't sleep. Very disturbing. Having to pay £15 each for breakfast on top of the room rate was very high!
Beautiful suite and Adam on the front desk was just so helpful.
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