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B and Bs in Hale

The Cottage B & B
Hale
Cheshire

L24 4AG | View map
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We are a cosy, friendly, family run Bed & Breakfast in Hale Village offering quality accommodation. Our 17th century farmhouse is set in 1 acre of well manicured gardens, a perfect retreat to relax and unwind. The Bed & Breakfast is set in the picturesque and historical village of Hale, located 2 miles from Liverpool John Lennon Airport and 10 miles from Liverpool City Centre. We offer single, twin, double and family occupancy in our comfortable and spacious rooms, all of which have en-suite facilities.
Each room also has a freeview digital flatscreen TV, a DVD player, free Wi-fi, hairdryer, power showers, and tea and coffee making facilities. Iron and ironing board on request.
Our freshly prepared full English Breakfast is a perfect start to a busy day. We have a full selection of continental options, vegetarian and gluten free breakfasts can also be catered for. This is all included in our room rates. If you require an early departure we will be pleased to accommodate your needs.

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