The Windmill at Tabley

Inn in Knutsford, Cheshire

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Chester Road, Tabley
WA16 0HW

The Windmill at Tabley, Knutsford

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The Windmill is located in the heart of rural Cheshire, just of junction 19 of the M6 and has easy access to Manchester and Liverpool airport. We are only 2 miles from the historic town of Knutsford, Tatton Park and the famous Cheshire Show ground. The Windmill offers free parking to guests and long term car parking can be pre arranged for any holiday makers, for this an un-negotiable fee will apply.

We offer food, drink & accommodation and a great location. Just off Junction 19 (J19) of the M6 motorway in the heart of Cheshire we are an easy drive from Arley Hall, Tabley House, Tatton Park and Manchester Airport and are just minutes from Knutsford town. The best kind of traditional British pub serving quality food with friendly and efficient service! For Hot and Cold drinks our doors are open from 8am each day.

Cooked Breakfasts are available through the morning. Our lunchtime menu has fantastic sandwiches, salads and home cooked hot dishes and is available until 3pm. Our evening menu is available from 5pm and offers such treats as our homemade steak and kidney suet pudding, "the best fish and chips in Cheshire" and a weekly changing specials menu using seasonal produce much of which is sourced locally On Sundays food is served 'till 8pm and we offer a mix of lighter dishes alongside our traditional hot main courses.

We have seven beautiful bedrooms, all furnished to the same high standards. We offer all the facilities you would expect including free phone and wi-fi provision. Positioned close to the M6, M56 and Manchester airport, we can offer you a relaxing and comfortable stay when travelling on business or pleasure.

We are building our reputation at The Windmill largely on the merits of our food and as we know that most of our guests plan to enjoy our freshly cooked breakfast, it is included in the price. All our bedrooms are fully en-suite with everything you would expect of a modern four star hotel but within a convienient country inn setting. The rooms have big king size beds with plenty of pillows for relaxing.

Two of the bedrooms can be offered as family rooms with either a double sofa bed or child's cot. We are a family run business and will always try to make your stay as comfortable as we can!

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Tabley House - 1 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

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