Recommended hotels in Warrington
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At just a 3-minute drive from M56 which offers it an easy access to both Manchester and Liverpool airports and set in a perfect location for visiting Gulliver's World Theme Park, Knowsley Safari Park or Chester Zoo. This modern hotel can provide great services for everyone - from the business traveller, to conference tourism, wedding receptions and weekend breaks, it will always deliver. The onsite Bake and Grill restaurant, with the wide variety of dishes on offer, is perfect for both a romantic dinner and a family celebration. The relaxed mood of the Lounge Bar is perfect for that late evening drink that is sometimes needed at the end of a stressful day. If guests are not up for a drink they can unwind with a game on the squash court, visit the beauty salon or enjoy any of the services offered by the on-site health and leisure centre.See more
Originally built as a vicarage and private residence in the late 18th century, The Rhinewood has since been transformed into a beautiful 3 star countryside hotel. Standing in its own secluded gardens with uninterrupted views across the Cheshire countryside, the hotel offers a host of amenities for both business and leisure visitors and provides the perfect setting for weddings and other celebrations. Complimentary Newly Installed Fibre Optic High Speed Broadband available in all Public areas and Guest Rooms.See more
Information about Warrington
Warrington is a large town and borough in Cheshire, England. It is a place with some interesting contrasts, close, as it is, to rural areas, pleasant towns with industrial heritage and some beautiful scenery. Here you can enjoy history and architecture, watch the river run by, be a part of the lively atmosphere or get away to quiet, rural spots. Warrington has some impressive buildings and great historical houses. Furthermore, it hosts a variety of events and traditional festivals and visitors to these will receive a warm welcome from the town. The most interesting places to see here include: the Town Hall (with its golden gates), which was previously a private residence known as Bank Hall, built in 1750; the Parish Church of St Elphin, which dates from the 14th century; Warrington's oldest pub, the Barley Mow, established in 1561; and a statue of Alice in Wonderland, commemorating the writer Lewis Carroll. The town of Warrington has much to offer, some attractive hotels, a wide range of restaurants and pubs and everything you need for a comfortable stay.
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