The Church House Inn

Inn in Macclesfield, Cheshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Church Street, Bollington
Macclesfield
Cheshire
England
SK10 5PY

The Church House Inn, Macclesfield

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The traditional stone built Church House Inn, on the edge of the Peak District, dates from Bollington?s origins as a cotton mill village. For business or pleasure, our comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation offers five ensuite bedrooms.

The traditional stone-built Church House Inn, on the edge of the Peak District, dates from Bollington?s origins as a cotton mill village. Now it offers a warm welcome for business or pleasure, corporate or personal, to drinkers and eaters who enjoy ?olde worlde? open fires with crackling logs and lively conversation in a cosy bar. For business or pleasure our comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation offers five ensuite bedrooms (one double, one twin and three single) for a single night or a longer-term stay.

There?s a small car park and each room has wireless Internet connection, colour TV, clock radio, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and by request, an iron and ironing board. The Church House has been renowned for its quality food and real ales for several years, having been awarded several Egon Ronay awards and appearing in the good food guide of Great Britain and also appearing the in CAMRA real ale guide. There?s a great choice of beers including lagers, stouts and traditional real ales or an excellent wine list, a fine selection of malt whiskies and other spirits and liqueurs.

Something for every taste and everything stored and kept in perfect condition. The village is set in great walking country on the path of the stunning 35-mile Gritstone Trail as it weaves through fantastic views through Tegg's Nose Country Park near Macclesfield and on to the Staffordshire border. The Peak District offers many more attractions including Chatsworth House, the spa town of Buxton with its famous Opera House, Lyme Park at Disley - scene of Colin Firth?s famous dip in the TV production of ?Pride & Prejudice? - The Trafford Centre ? one of the UK?s largest shopping malls, Jodrell Bank Space Observatory, Macclesfield, Wilmslow, Manchester city centre and historic Chester.

The Church House is well situated for all major motorway networks and ony 25 mins from Manchester airport.

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