Pickmere House, Park Lane
Pickmere Country Guest House is a Georgian grade ll listed building dating back to 1772. Originally built as a farmhouse it was in its time the largest of its kind in Cheshire. Commanding picturesque views over the surrounding countryside the guest house is situated in the centre of the village and within easy walking distance of 2 local pubs.
The guest house serves evening meals Mon - Thurs 6 - 7:30 (booking recommended), and weekend meals by appointment. Also there are some great pubs and restaurants all within an 8 minute drive. Guests are assured of a warm welcome comfortable rooms homely atmosphere and a hearty breakfast.
Places of interest include Arley Hall and Gardens Tatton Park Dunham Massey Go Ape in Delamere Forest Cheshire Oaks Shopping Centre Manchester Liverpool and Chester City centres.Situated just 8 minutes drive from Knutsford and Northwich and because of our proximity to Warrington Chester Liverpool and Manchester is ideally placed for both business and leisure. We are just 4 minutes drive from M6 junction 19 10 minutes from M56 junction 10 20 minutes from Manchester Airport and 40 minutes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport. There is off road car parking and bicycles can be housed securely.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Pickmere area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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