New Farm Cheshire

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New Farm, Long Lane
Winsford
Cheshire
England
CW7 4DW

New Farm Cheshire, Winsford

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Set in peaceful and picturesque surroundings of the Cheshire plains we offer comfortable accommodation, home cooked meals and a warm and friendly service - open all year round. All bedrooms include a LCD TV and wireless internet access.

New Farm Bed and Breakfast offers high quality affordable accommodation in the peaceful and picturesque surroundings of the Cheshire countryside. We offer five good sized bedrooms in our recently converted milking parlour, with a choice of single or double beds. All rooms have en suite facilities with power showers, and our family suite has a bathroom.

The building is single storey and easily manageable for wheelchairs and prams. Breakfast is served between 7 and 9am each morning in our spacious dining room. All food is sourced locally with all our meat and eggs coming from Bunbury Butcher (Bourrow's and sons).

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