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Frogg Manor
Nantwich Road

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Classic bourgeois country house hotel? Not exactly, but an immensely enjoyable Englishman's home offering an unlikely combination of plush surroundings, 1930's music and frogs.

When you have read the signs saying 'superior bed and breakfast' and 'drive carefully, frogs crossing' and when you've seen the human-sized frog in a polka dot tie pointing the way, you will know you've sighted something odd. The debonair John Sykes, often seen wearing a brown fedora or baseball cap, and usually to be heard humming is only mildly eccentric. Christened after a girlfriend nicknamed Froggy, the hotel has been established for 17 years and has a devouted clientele.

Throughout, the furnishings are lavish, the furniture Georgian and Victorian. The large ochre and brown sitting room is the picture of gentility, with Regency armchairs, sturdy sofas, classy glass, china and rich curtains.


Ratings/Awards: Cesar Award 'Good hotel Guide' 1997
Hotel of the Year for Cheshire 1997
Which? Hotel Guide
Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7
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Name: Frogg Manor
Cuisine: Anglo/French
Chef: J Sykes/S Brown/B Evans/Charlee Wood

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