Warner Hotels in Northwest England

Alvaston Hall

A rural escape with a city feel

The Northwest region is spoiled with wide-open, lush green spaces and is proud to be one of England’s most beautiful sights. Not only will you be surrounded by immaculate gardens and sprawling landscapes, but the region is also home to several historic houses and famous architecture. Cheshire, Cumbria, and Lancashire are all close by, with thrilling outdoor activities to choose from at the Queens Park, Trentham Gardens, Arley Hall, Dagsfields Crafts & Antiques, Anderton Boat Lift, and Cotebrook Shire Horses, to name but a few. After an energetic day of sightseeing, why not end it on a sweet note at Cheshire’s famous ice cream parlour, Snugburys? 

Anderton Boat Lift

35 min drive from Alvaston Hall, CW9 6FW


One of only two working boat lifts in the UK (and a lot closer to Alvaston than Falkirk), the Cathedral of the Canals won ‘experience of the year’ in 2019, with its accompanying visitors centre and coffee shop situated right next to the Anderton Nature Park.

Arley Hall

45 min drive from Alvaston Hall, CW9 6NA


Created over 250 years ago, the gardens at Arley Hall feature a daffodil and wildflower meadow, walled garden, lime avenue, scented garden, and of course the stately home itself, with a grand staircase, intricate stained glass windows and grand hall.

Chester City

33 min drive from Alvaston Hall, CH3 5QD


The Chester city walls have stood since medieval times and still form an almost complete circle around the city. Venture within and you’ll find cobbled streets, a Roman Amphitheatre, a 1000-year-old cathedral, and of course the world-famous Chester Rows for shopping, dining and drinking.

Cotebrook Shire Horses

22 min drive from Alvaston Hall, CW6 9DP


Between 20 and 30 horses inhabit Cotebrook at any given time and form the centrepiece of a truly unique day out. Learn all about the history of Shires from Alistair and Janet King, who together have been breeding champion horses for over 50 years.

Dagsfields Crafts & Antiques

15 min drive from Alvaston Hall, CW5 7LG


The largest crafts and antiques centre in the North West, Dagsfield is home to over 250 dealers and 25 craft workshops. Homemade food is served in the tea rooms and restaurant, so you could spend the whole day here (although even then you might not make it around every shop).

Liverpool

1h 10 min drive from Alvaston Hall, WA1 2TA


Visit the birthplace of The Beatles, home of the Cavern Club, Albert Docks, historic architecture and the famous “Ferry ‘cross the Mersey”.

Nantwich

6 min drive from Alvaston Hall, CW5 5DG


Nantwich is famous for its high concentration of Tudor and Georgian architecture (as well as hosting the annual International Cheese Awards) and also boasts a plethora of jewellery boutiques, antique dealerships and craft stores.

Queens Park

10 min drive from Alvaston Hall, CW2 7SJ


A National Heritage site, Queens Park is a wide, open green space with an ornamental lake in the centre. With a man-made waterfall, gentle fountains, stone statues and a Victorian clock tower, this easy-to-get-to parkland is perfect for a quiet summer day.

Snugburys

10 min drive from Alvaston Hall, CW5 6BU


Started by parents Chris and Cheryl, and now run by their three daughters Hannah, Kitty, and Cleo, Snugburys ice cream has become a local icon. They offer almost 40 flavours, with a dedicated on-site kitchen making fresh ingredients for that unique Snugburys flavour.

Tatton Park

40 min drive from Alvaston Hall, WA16 6QN


Stretching across 725 acres (as big as Monaco), Trentham Gardens features a floral labyrinth, award-winning Italian gardens, natural grasslands, Trentham Lake (one mile long and designed by Capability Brown) and the ruins of the old Trentham Hall.

Trentham Gardens

30 min drive from Alvaston Hall, ST4 8JG


Stretching across 725 acres (as big as Monaco), Trentham Gardens features a floral labyrinth, award-winning Italian gardens, natural grasslands, Trentham Lake (one mile long and designed by Capability Brown) and the ruins of the old Trentham Hall.

Warrington

46 min drive from Alvaston Hall, WA1 2TA


Warrington’s busy town centre is packed with shops and restaurants, while Warrington Market is home to over 50 independent traders selling food, jewellery, clothes, Fairtrade products and even musical instruments.

Included in the price of every break

Great value breaks with so much included

  • Breakfast & dinner

    Delicious breakfasts and three-course dinners featuring tempting classics with either help yourself buffet or waiter service.

  • Activities

    Choose from dance and fitness classes, spa and wellness, bike rides, archery, quizzes, walking tours and more.

  • Leisure facilities

    Heated pools and a steamy sauna, plus a cinema, games room and other sports facilities at selected locations.

  • Entertainment

    Nightly spellbinding performances from vocalists, bands and comics to choreographed and costumed shows.

  • Room treats

    All rooms come with a generously stocked tea tray, plus a selection of toiletries in the bathroom.

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    Sensational Service

    Our team are happy to help with anything you need and there's no charge for parking and high-speed Wi-Fi.

  • Free, high-speed wifi

  • Free Parking

  • Adults only

  • Tea and coffee in room

  • Wheelchair accessible