The Winsford Lodge

Guest House in Winsford, Cheshire

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85-87 Station Road

The Winsford Lodge, Winsford

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Winsford Lodge is a welcoming motel style guest house located within Winsford. Offers a range of stylish, luxury accommodation suites, high standards of cleanliness and service & a superb dining room.

Winsford Lodge is a Visit Britain 3 Star Rated accommodation located in the town of Winsford in Cheshire. It boasts a central location being just a 1/2 mile from the town centre. Winsford itself is situated in the heart of Cheshire and offers easy access to numerous places of beauty and/or interest.

These include Oulton Park race track & Delamere Forest. The lodge is located close to the Flashes, a large boating lake within Winsford. Winsford Lodge prides itself on the standard of cleanliness and service it provides.

It offers a superb licensed dining room for guests and range of stylish and luxury accommodation suites. Private car parking and Wi-Fi access available.

 3 star rating

From: £38.00

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