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Happy Guests Lodge
Tarporley Road
Lower Whitley


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Happy Guests Lodge Great Location near Warrington offering superb Value for Money.

Just 3 minutes from Junction 10 (Warrington) M56 and easily found in a green field location adjacent to the A49.
Happy Guests Lodge is also ideally located for a number of other locations being just 10 minutes from Warrington, Northwich and Runcorn town centres and around 20 minutes from Widnes, Chester, Manchester and Liverpool Airports, the Trafford Centre and Cheshire Oakes.


Our accommodation reflects a modern Lodge style format, with extra spacious bedrooms, FREE level and secure parking, FREE continental breakfast, FREE local gym membership, and FREE Wi-Fi in all areas

Happy Guests Lodge has 20 spacious en-suite bedrooms, all with digital 80 Channel Free View TVs, Telephone, Hair Dryers, Heaters and Tea & Coffee Making Facilities. We have a combination of spacious en-suite Single, Twin, Double, Triple and Family Rooms, all offering excellent Value for Money.

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Number of Rooms: 20
Number Ensuite: 20

Price per Room:

Double: £59.95
Twin: £59.95
Single: £49.95
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