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Rylands Farm Guest House
Altringham Road

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Rylands Farm Guesthouse, situated within the quaint surroundings of Wilmslow, offers guests a small, luxurious and homely alternative to regular travel accommodation. Although no longer a working farm, the main farmhouse (which is 150 years old) has remained faithful to its roots – with exposed beams and rustic décor, it exudes authenticity and rural cosiness.

At Rylands Farm we focus our efforts on providing a personal and unique service – all guests are treated as individuals. We believe everyone deserves to experience this relaxing environment of peace and privacy. Every room at the farm has its own front door – giving quick, easy access to the natural delights of the farm and the surrounding Cheshire countryside.

You can choose from single, twin, double and family rooms. All rooms have an en-suite bathroom, tea & coffee making facilities and colour TV. Guests are welcome to use the Honesty Bar and our spacious conservatory, which is ideal for lazy summer days.

Our location offers you the freedom to explore the vibrancy of city life or the quaint rural aspects of Cheshire’s inspirational countryside.


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