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Hotels in Prestbury

White House Manor
New Road
Prestbury
Cheshire

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This restored Georgian House has been transformed into a luxurious private sanctuary of 21st Century sophistication that defies its quaint rural setting. Each of the twelve individual bedrooms exhibit an imagination, humour and laser sense of detail.

With nine doubles and three single rooms the choices range from Crystal and Campion with locally made four-poster beds to Aphrodite, Minerva and Millennium which have their own Turkish steam rooms. All have sumptuous bathrooms, fine towelling, soft robes and The White Company Toiletries whilst some have power showers, hydrotherapy baths or wet rooms. Every bedroom features a writing area with complimentary WI-FI, stationary, tea trays and home made biscuits, mini bars with fresh ice, flat screen satellite television, DVD system, i-pod docking stations, fresh flowers and more.

The beautiful village of Prestbury is situated in the heart of Cheshire but only 15 minutes drive from Manchester Airport and the hotel is only 2 minutes walk from Prestbury railway station which is on a direct line to Manchester city centre.

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Ratings/Awards: Town House Hotel 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12
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