The Hillcrest Hotel

A Hotel in Widnes, Cheshire

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Cronton Lane

The Hillcrest Hotel, Widnes

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A modern hotel ideally located for overnight stops for those en route to the Lake District or Southern England and ideal for leisure guests. The hotel is renowned for its entertainment every Friday and Saturday and facilities include the tropically themed Palms Restaurant and Cocktail Bar and the oak-beamed Nelson's Bar.

3 star rating

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