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Stanneylands Hotel

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From the moment you walk through the doors of this strikingly handsome house, a sense of quiet luxury takes over. Hospitality abounds on every hand. Relax in the comfortable elegance of the award winning restaurant where you can choose from a menu renowned for both its innovative ideas and traditional values.

Entertaining for business or private celebrations, from the very finest of English and International dishes prepared and served with pride and care.

Stanneylands excels at hosting both private and business events. With a capacity of up to 120 people in the Stanley Suite or residential conference up to 40 delegates and with the Oak Room more suitable for a smaller number of guests, you will find all the facilities and services you would expect from a first class hotel. In fact you'll discover more, because Stanneylands is able to bring that individual touch to every occasion, so ensuring the success of your important meeting or celebration.


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star 73%
Visit Chester & Cheshire, Small Hotel of the Year, 2006
Number of Rooms: 56
Number Ensuite: 56
Nearest Airport: Manchester

Price per Room:

Double: From £85
Single: From £63
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Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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