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Golden Pheasant Hotel
Plumley Moor Road


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The Golden Pheasant is set in the beautiful Cheshire countryside. An ideal base for exploring Cheshire and Manchester, we are situated opposite Plumley Railway Station. The trains run to Chester and Manchester every hour. A traditional wayside Inn, privately owned and operated we are proud of our CAMRA recommended Cask Ales and extensive wine list. We also serve excellent home-cooked food in our dining rooms & our lounge bar areas. Facilities include roaring log fires, comfy lounge areas, al fresco dining, childrens play area, & locals bar with dart board. The hotel rooms have been individually decorated to a very high standard with all the comforts of home.We have 6 rooms (including 2 four suites) allowing us to give personal attention to our guests. Our full english breakfast is legendary. Details - Traditional en suite rooms - 4 - £75 per night weekends, £85 per night week day. Four Poster suites - 2 - £85 per night weekend, £100 per night week day. Facilities - -coaches welcome by appointment -Car parking for 80 vehicles -Credit cards accepted -Children Welcome -Special diets catered for -Tea/Coffee making facilities -No smoking rooms -Open all year -Flat screen TV's with DVD and freeview in all rooms -Extensive garden, lawns and grounds.


Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6
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