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With a modern leisure center and stylish restaurant, Daresbury Park Hotel & Spa is a 3-minute drive from the M56 motorway. Chester, Liverpool and Manchester are within a 30-minute drive. great hotel, i have stayed here before on business which is why I came back, great on site facilities (restaurant, bar, java coffee lounge, gym, plenty of on site parking), also very professional, helpful and friendly staff, will definitely stay again when i am in the area.
Located in Warrington, The School House offers accommodations with free WiFi and TV, as well as a garden. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a Full English/Irish breakfast. Bathroom and room size were good. Towels were large and good quality. Breakfast was fresh and hot. Owners were very friendly and helpful.
Located within 5 miles of Warrington Combined Crown & County Court Centre and 5 miles of Halliwell Jones Stadium, The Partridge provides rooms in Warrington. Best customer service and genuine friendliness I have ever experienced. However much they are paying the "two Helens" it's not enough! Their concern for their guests is so authentic and they really do go out of their way to make it a special stay.
The Park Royal is set in Stretton, just off the M56 Motorway and within 40 minutes' drive of the cities of Chester and Liverpool. It features a health club and 3 floodlit tennis courts. The Hotel is excellent and all of the staff were very friendly and helpful, the whole experience was great.
Castleview House is located in Runcorn. This vacation home has a garden as well as free WiFi.
Just off junction 12 of the M56 motorway, the hotel has free on-site parking, modern air-conditioned rooms, and a convenient location with good access to the region’s major road network. The staff were so friendly and helpful. The spa was a lovely place to relax. The restaurant was good quality and a chilled place to eat.
Offering guests free parking, free continental breakfast, free local gym membership and free high-speed Wi-Fi, Happy Guests Lodge has spacious accommodations with HD TVs. Very clean.The staff were very polite and accommodating.
The 17th-century inn The Hollybush offers en suite accommodations and high-quality dining, around 10 minutes’ drive from Northwich. Excellent accommodation, we were given a family room after explaining we had jet lag. Superb food, dinner and full English breakfat
Village Hotel Warrington is located close to the town center of Warrington, just 20 minutes' drive from Manchester and Liverpool Airports. We were successful with an upgrade to a Club Room which exceeded our expectations. On arrival the receptionist was a delight to talk to and she made us immediately welcome. We had an evening meal and breakfast the following morning. Could not fault the food or service in any way and will definitely stay there again when we visit Warrington.
Spacious 3 bedroom Holiday home with river views is located in Frodsham. This vacation home provides a garden as well as free WiFi.
What kind of hotel in this day and age doesn't provide free wifi? I had to pay £7 a day to some fly by night outfit called bit buzz. The wifi was atrocious and didn't work so i had to call them for a refund - of course it took 3 working days for the refund to turn up. No wifi for the duration The toilets in the hotel seem to make haunting screaming sounds in the night, usually around 3am and again at 7am i had a poor nights sleep due to this on consecutive nights. I had to cancel my last night due to a family emergency but these jokers still charged me for the missed night. Fine, I just won't ever stay here again. Apart from that, it was great ;-)
Daresbury is a good base for both Manchester and Chester, with high quality facilities, free gym and pool (for residents). We ate several times, enjoying our meals. Our son had a smokers room, a useful facility for smokers.
The hotel needs vastly improved management: - dark car park - couldn't find reception. - asked for food and drink, told to go to bar, but when got there, the bar was closed, - tried to call to reception for room service instead, but room phone not working, - had to walk to reception again and ordered beverages which took 45 mins to arrive, - the receptionist had a lot of very obvious dirt under every finger nail, - no loo rolls in the room
I enjoyed the frienliness of the staff and other guests which I should state should be encouraged in your advertising, the leisure part is superb. I would suggest possible evening entertainment as I think you would be full permanently.
Hotel is in an ideal location being a stones throw away from the M56. Rooms are spacious, but bring your own towel, unless you are happy to wait around for a few hours for one to magically appear in your room. Drinks are overpriced and my 5 year old daughter is more mature than the staff. Spa isn't too shabby though, but could do with some renovation. If you are happy to go for a casual swim whilst kids jump in and splash you, then don't forget to check in here,
The hotel is very conveniently located next to the M56 but is well insulated from traffic noise. The exterior could definitely do with a lick of paint and the grounds a bit of TLC also. The reception looks to have been recently refurbished, the staff are professional and they dealt promptly with a small issue on my arrival. There is also a coffe bar there. My room was on the ground floor, was clean and tidy and well looked after during my stay. The bathroom was a little dated but again clean. WIFI is payable in the rooms which is anoying today, however this appears to be par for the course with other hotel chains in the area. Due to the schedule of my trip I didn't use the restaurant and only had a couple of drinks in the bar. This was again staffed by friendly and professional staff but the prices are on the high side. I visit the area about three times a year but this is the first time I've used the Daresbury, usually using a local Holiday Inn or Best Western. They are all similar being weekday business, weekend function hotels. All three could do with a lick of paint or refurbishment here and there but overal there is little to choose between them. I would definitely use the Daresbury again particularly for the price I paid, about two thirds the cost of the other two.