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Waverley Hotel
9 Pedley Street
Crewe
Cheshire

CW2 7AA | View map
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The hotel is in a quiet location but just a stroll away from the many pubs and restaurants on the Nantwich Road & surrounding areas. Within walking distance of the town centre, where the Lyceum Theatre, the Limelight Club and other entertainments can be found. A short drive will take you into the picturesque Cheshire countryside and the historic town of Nantwich. It is also an ideal base for Stoke-on-Trent, Sandbach, Middlewich and the Roman walled city of Chester. Crewe is also where the Bentley motorcar is manufactured.

All of our bedrooms have been recently refurbished and have en-suite facilities, colour televisions, telephones and tea & coffee making facilities. We now have a free wifi connection service available.

Our restaurant has a warm and friendly atmosphere and can seat up to 70 guests. We have a Table d'hote menu, which changes daily and includes a 3 course meal with tea or coffee. All our food is cooked with fresh ingredients.

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Number of Rooms: 21

Price per Room:

Double: 39.95
Twin: 39.95
Single: 39.95
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