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Crewe Hall
Crewe Hall

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County - Cheshire | Map
Tel code: 01270 | code search
Postcode: CW1 | code search
Population: 68000
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Birthplace of:
Shanaze Reade
Matthew Langridge

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Folk Customs:
Antrobus Soulcaking
Bawming the thorn
Knutsford’s Street Sanding

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White Line Taxis
"best value and prompt very clean car and excellent driver very friendly

Date visited: 16 september ..." More

Quality Hotel Crewe
"Good Points: Very god value for money. Bad Points: Very squeaky floors and rambling layout of building General review: Very good

Date visited: 2009-10-22 ..." More

Crewe Arms Hotel
"Good Points: Good rooms Bad Points: Food not so good and drinks expensive General review: Enjoyed the hotel

Date visited: 2009-09-17 ..." More

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Little is left of the original buildings of the 19th century 'new town' built by the Grand Junction Railway Company in Crewe. Of the buildings in the town to note, the tower of Christ Church is still a prominent landmark. The church was built in 1860 with the tower being added in 1874. Most of the church interior has been demolished and transformed into a walled garden.
The Lyceum Theatre is a fine Edwardian building which has undergone major refurbishment with the auditorium being restored to its original splendour.
On the outskirts of the town is Crewe Hall, a magnificent Jacobean mansion built for Sir Ranulph Crewe in 1615. Extensions to the Hall were added in the 18th century and following a fire in 1866 which almost destroyed the building, it was repaired and reoccupied in 1870. The Hall is now a luxury hotel and restaurant. In 1877 the railway company provided Crewe with a delightful Victorian park - Queens Park - one of the most splendid in the north of England.
Crewe's railway heritage can be explored at the 'Railway Age' Heritage Centre which provides a fascinating insight into Crewe's place in railway history. Population 68,000

Accountant

A J C Book-Keeping Services
Banks Sheridan
Ryder Finance
Unity Chartered Accountants

Budget

Premier Inn Crewe Central *book online*
Premier Inn Crewe West *book online*
Travelodge Crewe *book online*
Travelodge Crewe Barthomley *book online*

Caravan Park

Higher Elms Farm

Care Home

Manor Way Centre
Rosedale Manor Care Home
Station House
The Elms
West View

Cinema

The Curzon Crewe Cinema

Classes

Dance - DanceBasics
Yoga - Jenny Bull Therapies

Council

Crewe and Nantwich Borough Council

Dentist

Allen House Dental Practice
Crewe Dental Surgery

Doctor

Crewe Road Surgery
Delamere Health Centre
Haslington Surgery
Hungerford Medical Centre
The Medical Centre

Estate Agent

Beresford Adams
Bridgfords Ltd
Butters Charles & Sons
Coppinger Boston
Wright-Manley

Farmers Market

Betley Farmers Market

Golf Club

Crewe
Queen's Park
Wychwood Park Golf Club

Health and Fitness Club

Bannatyne’s Health Club
Fitness First Crewe
Motorcise Healthy Living Centre
Total Fitness

Inn

Crewe Arms
Crewe Arms Hotel

Quality Hotel Crewe
The Wheatsheaf Inn
White Lion Inn

Market

Betley Farmers Market
Crewe Market

Pub and Bar

Belle Vue Inn
Brunel Arms
Captain Webb
Champions Bar & Bistro
Cumberland Arms
Duke Of Bridgewater
Earl Of Crewe
Nags Head
Rockwood Inn
The Elephant

Restaurant

Bombay Restaurant
Brocklebank Brewsters
Fox (The)
Giovanni’s
Harlequin's Restaurant

Hops Cafe Bar
Jali Fine Indian Dining
Passage to India
Pastiche Bistro
Porta Italia
Waverley Hotel

School

Beechwood Primary School
Brierley County Primary School
Coppenhall High School
Edleston Road County Primary School
Gainsborough Nursery & Infant School
Ruskin County High School
Springfield School
Victoria Community County High School
Victoria Community Technology School
Westminster Nursery School

Self-Catering

Earle House Serviced Apartments

Solicitor

David Lago & Co
Hibbert Durrad Moxan
Taylor Hollinshead

Taxi

A & C
Abbey Cars
C & N Taxis
Kershaw Taxis
Richmond Private Hire
White Line Taxis

Theatre

Lyceum Theatre
Sunshine Puppet Theatre

Vet

Beech Street Veterinary Surgery

Sports Clubs

Bentley Motors TC (Tennis)
Betley CC (Cricket)
Crewe & Nantwich Steamers ARLFC (Rugby League)
Crewe Alexandra (Football)
Crewe and Nantwich Athletics Club (Athletics)
Crewe Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Haslington CC (Cricket)
Wistaston Village CC (Cricket)

Shops

The Way Book Shop
Floral Occasions
Boots

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Early Learning Centre
Rymans
Cranage Plant & Aquatic Centre
Home & Pet Supplies
Dorothy Perkins
Rydale Pharmacy
Top to Toe Clothing
Pam Girdwood
Schofields
Shoe Zone
Waterstones
J D Sports
Wickes
H Samuel
Ernest Jones
Mothercare
Gamestation
Superdrug
B&Q
Dreams
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Rowlands Pharmacy
Pets At Home
Designer Fireplaces
Fiori Floral Design Studio
River Island
Topman
Topshop
BHS

Activities

Lakeside Superbowl(Bowling)
Cheshire Ghostriders BMX(Cycling)
Smiths Green Riding School(Riding)

Places to Stay near Crewe

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Earle House Serviced Apartments (0.33 miles)

Earle House Serviced Apartments
Welcome to Earle House - the practical alternative to hotel living. Earle House is an exclusive development of one, two and three bedroom luxury serviced apartments located in the centre of Crewe, Cheshire. Each apartment ... More | visit website
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Waverley Hotel (0.78 miles)

Waverley Hotel
The hotel is in a quiet location but just a stroll away from the many pubs and restaurants on the Nantwich Road & surrounding areas. Within walking distance of the town centre, where the Lyceum ... More | visit website
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Crewe Arms Hotel (0.85 miles)

Crewe Arms Hotel

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This AA 3-star hotel is opposite Crewe Railway Station and just minutes from junctions 16 and 17 of the M6.
Crewe Arms Hotel has a bar, ... More

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Premier Inn Crewe Central (1.09 miles)

Premier Inn Crewe Central
Conveniently located just a third of a mile from Crewe train station and 20 miles from Manchester Airport. This hotel is near to Crewe Alexandra football club. Our Crewe Central Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, ... More | visit website
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Hunters Lodge Hotel (1.13 miles)

Hunters Lodge Hotel

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Set in 16 acres of picturesque gardens and open countryside, this 18th century farm house has been transformed into a friendly, family run hotel. The Hunters Lodge is close to a network ... More

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Travelodge Crewe (1.14 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Crewe West (1.86 miles)

Premier Inn Crewe West
Situated central to both Crewe and Nantwich and just a 10 minute drive from Crewe train station. Local attractions include a cinema, bowling alley, Stapley Water Gardens and a park. Our Crewe West Premier Inn has ... More | visit website
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Crewe Hall (2.22 miles)

Crewe Hall

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Set in 35 acres of Cheshire parkland, Crewe Hall is a majestic Jacobean stately building, dating back to 1615, complete with intriguing, colourful modern touches. Originally built by the Earl of Crewe, ... More

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Alvaston Hall Hotel (2.57 miles)

Alvaston Hall Hotel
Alvaston is a half-timbered Victorian country house five minutes from the old Cheshire riverside town of Nantwich. Close to the splendid cathedral city of Chester, just 10 minutes from the restful Water Gardens at Stapely, ... More | visit website
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Rookery Hall (2.70 miles)

Rookery Hall

Relax and refresh at Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa

For a relaxing break in the beautiful Cheshire countryside, Hand Picked Hotels’ exclusive Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa, with its luxurious new spa and health club, is ... More | visit website

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