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B and Bs in Wilmslow

The Grove
16 Grove Avenue
Wilmslow
Cheshire

SK9 5EG | View map
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Situated in a tree-lined avenue in the heart of Wilmslow, The Grove is a small friendly business attracting both holidaymakers and business visitors with a warm welcome and comfortable accommodation in elegant Victorian rooms.

Wilmslow is famous for its exclusive shops, bars, street cafes and bistros. Within a short stroll there are enough eating houses to eat out somewhere different for each night of the month!

From the edge of the town there are views of the nearby Peak District. Manchester Airport is only 10 minutes away by car or train and airport car parking can be offered at The Grove by arrangement. The city of Manchester is 12 miles away with its too-long-to-list number of venues, cultural experiences-a vibrant city with something for everyone.

Six letting rooms comprising 4 double en-suite rooms and 2 family rooms
Dining room with resident's lounge area and honesty bar
Colour TV in each room
Central location-Walking distance to bars and bistros
Full English breakfast or healthy options fruit/live yoghurt etc
Children welcome
Airport parking by arrangement
All major credit cards accepted

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Nearest Train Station: Wilmslow
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Number of Rooms: 6
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No Smoking Rooms
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