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The Cat at the Park
Whitchurch
Shropshire

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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.

Curshaws at the Park is a hotel concept with a difference.
In fact, at the new Whitchurch Curshaws, everything is different! Although every part of the venue is built and furnished to the same high standard as our existing venues, it is as individual as Whitchurch itself. Relax and luxuriate in our newly built and generously proportioned bedrooms. In-room amenities in the Curshaws hotel include Internet connection, digital safe and Satellite TV. Plus we can offer you a room with either a luxury power shower or Jacuzzi!
We hope you will come and join us very soon to experience the taste of Curshaws in Whitchurch!

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