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Tel code: 01829 | code search
Postcode: CW6 | code search
Population: 3000
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Tollemache Arms

Tollemache Arms
We have four en-suite bedrooms, that have all undergone an amazing refurbishment. We can guarantee that you will enjoy warm, comfortable and friendly hospitality when you come and stay with us. The rooms all ... More | visit website
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New Farm

New Farm
New Farm is a brand new family run business which offers purpose built bed and breakfast facilities, and a spacious touring caravan site in the heart of rural Cheshire. In 2008 we opened our new fishing ... More | Double Room: 65 | visit website
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Hill House Farm

Hill House Farm
Award winning Hill House Farm is situated in the middle of beautiful Cheshire countryside within a large garden, surrounded by horse paddocks, offering spacious accommodation and a large guest drawing room with a log fire.We ... More | visit website

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