Balterley Green Farm

Bed and Breakfast in Crewe, Cheshire

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Deans Lane, Balterley
Crewe
Cheshire
England
CW2 5QJ

Balterley Green Farm, Crewe

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We offer you a friendly welcome to our charming 16th century farm house / guest house on a 145 acre working farm based in Crewe, Cheshire, with open log fires and oak beams. All rooms have a television, tea/coffee making facilities and laundry facilities are available. Christmas Breaks.

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Balterley Green Farm in Crewe has 2 family en suite rooms, 2 single en suite and 2 twin bedded rooms on ground floor suitable for disabled persons with private facilities. All rooms are beautifully decorated with all the added extras to make your stay one to remember in the hope that you will return many times. We now also have self catering accommodation available.

Guest Lounge with oak beams and real log fire available. Pets welcome by arrangement. Open all year.

All rooms en-suite or private facilities. If you're visiting Crewe, Cheshire, Stafford, or Stoke and looking for a guest house or self catering accommodation you've come to the right place. We are situated on the Cheshire/Staffordshire border within easy reach of junction 16 (M6).

Located Near Stoke on Trent or Crewe. Shooting, golf and horse riding can be arranged. A full English breakfast prepares you for your busy day visiting the local potteries or Alton Towers or Bridgemere and Stapley Water Gardens and we have our own fishing.

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