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B and Bs in Knutsford

Cottage Restaurant & Lodge
London Road
Allostock

Knutsford
Cheshire

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The Cottage is a charming family run Hotel located amidst the beautiful Cheshire countryside in one of the Counties most prestigious locations. Allostock, a semi-rural hamlet in the heart of Cheshire is conveniently placed for Junctions 18 & 19 of the M6 and National Motorway Network. Within easy reach of Holmes Chapel and Knutsford, the latter being an attractive Old World Market Town, with narrow cobbled streets and fascinating Italianate buildings, where there are a variety of individual shops and boutiques. Tatton Park and its many shows are easily accessible just 6 miles away, as is the Lovell Telescope at Jodrell Bank Observatory. Further afield the historic city of Chester is just 25 miles away and the thriving city of Manchester is also 25 miles away. Set slightly back from the A50, surrounded by open countryside with ample FREE car parking. The building is deceptively spacious and is built in a traditional local style in keeping with the area and has a warm welcome the moment you arrive. The Cottage enjoys a good reputation for quality, comfort, good food and the friendliness of its staff - an ideal venue, whether it is for business or pleasure.

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