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Heathercliffe Country House Hotel
Manley Rd
Frodsham

Warrington
Cheshire

WA6 6HB | View map

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Heathercliffe is a fine Victorian Country House set amidst its own ten acre park estate. The character of the traditional country house has been combined with the finest cuisine and luxurious accommodation.

Set amidst its own private 10-acre estate of park and woodland, the character of this traditional country house provides a unique environment in which to relax. The hotel has recently been the subject of a total refurbishment with bedrooms and bathrooms upgraded to the highest standard and all public rooms and lounges completely redecorated and refurnished.

As well as offering sumptuous accommodation and the finest food, The Heathercliffe offers a unique location for Banquets and Conferences and a stunning location for weddings. The hotel is licensed for civil weddings and naming ceremonies Formerly the home of the American Millionaire John Paul Getty I and the Queen of Yugoslavia, it has been the haunt of the rich and famous with a long list of celebrity visitors portrayed on the walls in and around the hotel.

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