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The Cheshire Cat
26 Welsh Row
Nantwich
Cheshire

CW5 5ED | View map

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A brand new concept in eating, drinking and cat napping! Our 3 sites located in Nantwich, Whitchurch and Leek all offer dining and modern, comfortable bedrooms, and all have their own charming features to ensure your experience is totally unique. Our menus are simple and contemporary with lots of tempting homely dishes, the emphasis is on quality with fresh ingredients produced by our great Head Chefs and their food-loving teams. Our restaurants serve everyone's favourite, seasonal dishes. Whether you're popping in on your way home from work or spoiling someone special, our dedicated people will take extra special care of you. Our winter menu launches first week November.

Nantwich is often referred to as the "Jewel" of Cheshire, glistening on the banks of the River Weaver, a small stream slowly winding its way northwards to join the River Mersey. As well as picturesque, Nantwich is an important historic town built on the prosperity from "Salt" trading since Roman times.
Nantwich holds varied events throughout the year from the "Blues and Jazz Festival" to the "World's Worm Charming Championships". There is something for everyone! So why not make a break of it and stay in one of Curshaws "Rooms" and enjoy the town at your leisure.Rooms at Nantwich's most stylish hotel are indeed few. Eleven to be precise, as well as a choice of relaxing Mews apartments, because at we believe that at the end of a tiring day you don't want to be surrounded by hustle and bustle. You want to relax in an environment that is reassurringly familiar and be attended to by people who understand the way you feel, in fact ... just like being at home.

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