The Hinton Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Town Lane, Mobberley
WA16 7HH

The Hinton Guest House, Knutsford

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The Hinton Guest House is a family run property situated in the village of Mobberley, close to the historic town of Knutsford in the heart of Cheshire.

The Hinton house was built in the early 1900s for a local dignitary and is now the home of John and Rosa Bainbridge. The house stands in it's own grounds with car parking to the front and a nice size garden to the rear.The accommodation is provided in six attractively furnished rooms which all have digital free view televisions and also free wireless internet access. Chesire is mostly rural with a number of small towns and villages that support an agricultural industry.

It is historically famous for the production of Cheshire cheese, salt, bulk chemicals and the weaving of silk. There are many places to visit in cheshire. Tatton Park is one of the North of England's most historic estates.

There is 1000 acres of Parkland, 50 acres of gardens, an historic Mansion, a Tudor Old Hall, and a 1930s working farm to explore. Arley is the ancestral home of the Warburtons and was built between 1832 and 1845. We have a licence for liquor which allows our residents to enjoy a relaxing drink in the lounge or outside in the garden.

We also have free onsite parking at the front of the guest house for all residents. Wireless internet is available. A warm welcome is extended to all our guests.

 4 star rating

From: £48.00

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