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Laburnum Cottage Guest House
Laburnum Cottage Guest House
Knutsford Road
Mobberley

Knutsford
Cheshire

WA16 7PU | View map
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Guests can relax and enjoy a pleasant stay whatever the occasion. The guesthouse is ideally situated for most of the North West’s attractions. “Laburnum” is very close to the historical Tatton Park and has the Halls of Gawsworth, Peover and Capesthorne in close proximity. Knutsford, famous for Cranford and Mrs Gaskell, is a charming and busy town and is only one mile away. Jodrell Bank telescope and Styal Country Park are also within easy reach. Laburnum Cottage guesthouse is located just 15 minutes from Manchester International Airport with easy access to the M6 and M56 motorways. Manchester city centre and the Lowry complex are only half an hours drive away. A great deal of passion and enthusiasm is given to the creation of our freshly prepared, home cooked evening meals. There are also hens in the extensive garden producing fresh eggs for breakfast! As we have a little one ourselves, Ronnie born in 2008, we welcome children of all ages. We also welcome dogs in one of the annex rooms only. We look forward to meeting and welcoming you. David and Stephanie

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