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Legh Arms
Prestbury Village
Prestbury
Cheshire

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The Legh Arms provides a breath of fresh air for those seasoned travellers who have grown weary of bland, standardised rooms devoid of character. Here, in one of the UK's most prosperous and charming villages, you can treat yourself to surroundings that are as distinctive as they are comfortable. Whether your tastes are contemporary or unashamedly traditional, the Legh Arms can accomodate your needs in rare style, with acclaimed cuisine to complete your experience either in our restaurant or in our private dining/meeting area.

Our six Contemporary rooms offer simply stylish accomodation with the distinctive character so often lacking elsewhere. Attention to detail is exceptional, with fixtures and fittings carefully selected to be of the highest quality, many from world-renowned names. The two Traditional rooms at the Legh Arms provide a true home-from-home in this pleasant part of Cheshire, with spacious bathrooms and lounge areas all decorated in a sumptuous, Edwardian inspired manner.

Our restaurant continues the fine tradition of the English Coaching Inn, offering the warmest of welcomes to all our visitors. Seated beneath the Inn's original oak beams guests choose from an extensive menu which often incorporates herbs from our walled garden, with all food prepared under the personal supervision of Head Chef Ian Rottenbury and Sous Chef Gavin Revill.

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Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8
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Chef: Ian Rottenbury

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