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Hope Cottage Surgery
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De Vere Mottram Hall
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De Vere Mottram Hall
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Prestbury lies in the County of Cheshire in the North West of England and can trace its history back to Celtic times, the Romans also visited here but it was the Saxons that really first set about establishing this as a settlement and leaving behind, as a testament to their visit, The Saxon cemetery, The Saxon Cross and the name Prestbury, which it is believed translates from the Anglo Saxon for Priest’s Town. Prestbury has always enjoyed its rural setting although at one time it did have a brickworks, though there is nothing left of that today except a few gardens located in gardens. As further confirmation of its rural setting the village boasted a couple of smithies and a corn mill of which little evidence remains. Today it consistently wins the “Best Kept Village” award and its is no wonder, with its 10th century Norman chapel, 13th century church and its local shops which are nearly all listed buildings. Close by are there are a number of halls to visit as well as Jodrell Bank, Styal Mill and numerous country homes. Prestbury continues to attract new and regular visitors every year with its convenient location and nearby attractions here in the picturesque Cheshire countryside at the foot of the Pennines.

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Legh Arms (0.58 miles)

Legh Arms

The Legh Arms provides a breath of fresh air for those seasoned travellers who have grown weary of bland, standardised rooms devoid of character. Here, in one of the UK's most prosperous and charming villages, ... More

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Bridge Hotel (0.63 miles)

Bridge Hotel

The Bridge Hotel is situated in rural Cheshire close to the River Bollin in historic Prestbury, one of the prettiest villages in the north west of England. Prestbury, a one street village has withstood ... More | visit website

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White House Manor (0.76 miles)

White House Manor

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This restored Georgian House has been transformed into a luxurious private sanctuary of 21st Century sophistication that defies its quaint rural setting. Each of the twelve individual bedrooms exhibit an ... More | visit website

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De Vere Mottram Hall (1.73 miles)

De Vere Mottram Hall

De Vere Mottram Hall Hotel, is an elegant 18th Century Georgian House, set in 270 acres of secluded countryside with its own formal gardens, lake, parkland and an 18 hole Par 72 Championship golf course. ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Macclesfield North (1.74 miles)

Conveniently located for Macclesfield train station. For shops and local amenities Macclesfield town centre is only 2 miles away. Local attractions include the Peak District, Macclesfield Forrest and Tatton Park. Our Macclesfield North Premier Inn has ... More | visit website
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Moorhayes House (1.93 miles)

Moorhayes House
We look forward to welcoming you to our comfortable home, set in its own gardens with ample car park, half a mile north of the town centre on the A538.

All eight of our bedrooms have ... More | visit website
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Chadwick House Hotel (2.07 miles)

Chadwick House Hotel

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Chadwick House is the only hotel in Central Macclesfield. We are situated in a prime position with access to the Town Centre which is 400 yards away. We are just ... More

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Hollin Hall Hotel (2.68 miles)

Hollin Hall Hotel
Standing elegantly in landscaped grounds, The Hollin Hall Country House Hotel & Restaurant offers a tranquil retreat in one of Britain's most beautiful locations. The 19th Century Victorian House is set in four acres of ... More | visit website
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Lowe Street Mews (2.71 miles)

Lowe Street Mews

WEEKLY LUXURY RENTALS £365pw - FULLY FURNISHED & EQUIPPED. Lower rates apply for bookings of 13 weeks or more. Personally owned and managed. Lowe Street Mews is located in a quiet backwater of the Cheshire market ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Macclesfield South West (2.92 miles)

Within easy reach of the M6, M62 and M56. Close to Macclesfield train station, on the main London to Manchester route. Situated in a scenic area of Macclesfield yet only 5 minutes drive from the ... More | visit website

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