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Inns in Cheadle Hulme

Governors House
42 Ravenoak Road
Cheadle Hulme
Cheshire

SK8 7EQ | View map
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All guests are greeted with the warmest of welcomes here at the Governorís House. Set in a peaceful location, our newly refurbished accommodation is the perfect base for exploring the peak district, Cheshire or Manchester city centre. With excellent conference facilities the Governorís house suits both corporate and leisure travellers. Conveniently situated within easy reach of local motorway networks and Manchester international airport, itís a great choice for commuters, and our stay and fly package including parking and transfers can be arranged for you peace of mind. The modern interior features a combines calming tones and contemporary furnishings. Our training and meeting room has all of the equipment you will need to host a productive meeting or training event. Enjoy your leisure time with a drink in the bar below and a relaxing dinner in our fabulous restaurant. Or perhaps let your hair down experiencing some of Manchesterís vibrant nightlife. Whether itís a sporting adventure, shopping extravaganza, cultural tour or simply a relaxing break, our friendly staff hope to make your stay as comfortable and relaxing as possible.

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