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County - Cheshire | Map
Tel code: 01477 | code search
Postcode: CW4 | code search
Population: 5700
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Birthplace of:
Henry Cotton
Harry Styles

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Folk Customs:
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Knutsford’s Street Sanding

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Holmes Chapel Dental Practice
"Mrs Rhodes had a very bad expereance with this dentist,having previously visited on three separate occasions wirh the same problem.On this visit she was told that a root was causing ..." More

Cranage Hall
"Good Points: Rooms where fine and the area pleasant Bad Points: Staff were rude on a couple of occasions, firstly to our course learder in the LRQA corse I attended. Secondly, ..." More

Cranage Hall
"Nice setting, comfortable rooms but the food is by far the worst I have encountered in many a year. On night one my colleague and I were served the seafood ..." More

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Once known as Church Hulme today Holmes Chapel is a thriving town that grew in importance because of its geographic location, on the main route between London and Lancaster. The church in the town dates back to the 13th century and the village grew from here and the crossroads on which it is located. The cross roads and church actually form a square and this was home to many fairs and cattle markets throughout its history. By the mid 1700’s the village consisted of around 17 cottages but after a fire in the town just four buildings survived, the Church, the Red Lion and two cottages. The rebuilding of the town was undertaken in the main by a local landowner and today a number of local buildings bear the emblem TBH – the initials of Thomas Bayley Hall who was responsible for much of the rebuilding . Today this village in the heart of Cheshire is home to around 3,000 residents who enjoy a wide range of local amenities as well as benefitting from their rural surroundings which provide an idyllic location for country walks and activities and yet retains good communication links with the major cities of Liverpool, Manchester and Chester.

Care Home

The Cedars

Conference Centre

Cranage Hall

Dentist

Holmes Chapel Dental Practice

Doctor

London Road Health Centre

Health and Fitness Club

Beartown AP Health & Fitness Club

Pub and Bar

George & Dragon
Olde Red Lion
Swan Inn

Restaurant

Cinnamon Lounge Restaurant
Fortune City Restaurant
Holly Lodge Restaurant
Yellow Broom Restaurant

School

Hermitage Primary School
Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School
Holmes Chapel Primary School
Terra Nova Prep School
Terra Nova School

Taxi

Kenkar
Lawtons
Victoria Cars

Shops

Amador D'arte Fina
Deer Park Farm
Scolaquip
Phil Davies Quality Butcher
William Mandeville (Bakery)
M.G. Williams & Sons Ltd
The Deli & Coffee Shop Ltd
The Salad Bowl
Flowercraft
Kato Hair Design
John Alexander

Places to Stay near Holmes Chapel

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Ye Olde Vicarage (0.44 miles)

Ye Olde Vicarage

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Ye Olde Vicarage Hotel is a 17th Century;grade II listed building on the banks of the River Dane in the village of Cranage, Holmes Chapel. Less than 2 miles from ... More

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Innkeepers Lodge (2.17 miles)

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The Bear's Head is conveniently located just off junction 17 of the m6 and not far from holmes chapel. the hotel is south of manchester and convenient knutsford and crewe.each ... More

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Golden Pheasant Hotel (2.25 miles)

Golden Pheasant Hotel
The Golden Pheasant is set in the beautiful Cheshire countryside. An ideal base for exploring Cheshire and Manchester, we are situated opposite Plumley Railway Station. The trains run to Chester and Manchester every hour. A traditional ... More
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The Cottage (2.58 miles)

The Cottage
The Cottage is a charming family run Hotel located amidst the beautiful Cheshire countryside in one of the Counties most prestigious locations. Allostock, a semi-rural hamlet in the heart of Cheshire. We are are conveniently ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Middlewich (3.04 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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Holly Tree Farm (3.31 miles)

Holly Tree Farm

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Located close to Jodrell Bank, Holly Tree Farm offers a good base for the business person or for touring the local attractions. Rooms are located in the house adjacent to ... More

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Kinderton House Hotel (3.56 miles)

Kinderton House Hotel

Kinderton House Hotel is a small conveniently-situated hotel close to the M6 in Cheshire. With 11 double rooms available for single or double occupancy, we attract a high quality mix of business travellers and leisure ... More | visit website

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Boars Head Hotel (3.56 miles)

Boars Head Hotel
The Boars Head is an AA 3 Star Rated Inn beautifully situated in the quaint town of Middlewich.Middlewich is located clsoe to the Trent and Mersey Canal. It provides an excellent base for countryside walkers ... More | visit website
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The Narrowboat (3.66 miles)

The Narrowboat

The Narrowboat is a family run public house providing restaurant and bed and breakfast facilities. Brothers Craig and Damian Shakesby extend a warm welcome to all who visit our 17th century inn situated in the heart ... More | visit website

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Chimney House Hotel (3.70 miles)

Chimney House Hotel

Originally the old church rectory featuring the half-timbered Tudor style of Chester, the hotel is situated in its own eight acres of peaceful woodland, yet offers easy access just off Junction 17 from the M6. ... More | visit website

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