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Crewe Hall
Weston Road
Crewe
Cheshire

CW1 6UZ | View map

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Set in 35 acres of Cheshire parkland, Crewe Hall is a majestic Jacobean stately building, dating back to 1615, complete with intriguing, colourful modern touches. Originally built by the Earl of Crewe, it was previously owned by the Duchy of Lancaster. Crewe Hall boasts a total of 117 guest rooms with 26 superior rooms within the original Jacobean Hall itself - including the sumptuous Royal Suite where King George v and Queen Mary stayed in 1913. A further 91 standard modern rooms are located in the contemporary west wing, connected to the original hall via a glass link. Other features of Crewe Hall include one of the best staircases in England and the hall’s own chapel with stained glass windows.

Try the fine-dining at Ranulph Restaurant within the historic hall, the stunning Café Bar Brasserie offering a unique blend of up-to-the-minute menus, and drinks at Revolving Bar.
Crewe Hall is a magnificent 17th century hall offering stylish comfort with a mix of old and new styles. With 117 elegantly furnished bedrooms and 17 conference rooms the hotel is ideal for business or leisure travellers.
The new Reflections Spa & Fitness centre offers a luxurious atmosphere for treatments and exercise.
All bookings include 2 hours of free internet access.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Star
2 Red Rosettes
Number of Rooms: 65
Number Ensuite: 65
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Restaurant

Name: Ranulph Fine Dining Restaurant & Brasserie
Cuisine: Ranulph - Fine Dining
Brasserie - Casual Dining
Chef: Jonathan File
Awards: 2 Red Rosettes
Cheshire Life Hotel of the Year

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