Click for 5 day Alsager Weather
Thu
23 Mar
Max 11°C
Min 1°C
ENE.gif
17-18 mph
Patchy rain possible
Provided by Weather2
AlsagerCopyright www fotodiscs4u co uk

Information

County - Cheshire | Map
Tel code: 01270 | code search
Postcode: ST7 | code search
Population: 13000
Grid Reference: SJ796554
Council: Congleton Borough
Alsager Jobs
Visitor reports

Add your shop free
Folk Customs:
Antrobus Soulcaking
Bawming the thorn
Knutsford’s Street Sanding

Latest reviews

Manor House Hotel
"Good Points: We had a spacious room and bathroom with a living area with seats Bad Points: The bed was hard

Date visited: 2008-02-19 ..." More

Alsager Reviews (1)

Visitor's Views

i think alsager is the best i really enjoy your ...More

Best rates for a Local Hotel

Latest reviews | Events in Alsager | 10 Places to Stay

Lying to the east of Cheshire and close to the Staffordshire border lies the pretty little town of Alsager. Originally a farming community it remained very much so until the railways and growth of nearby Stoke on Trent in the 19th century secured its popularity as a picturesque location to live. Almost central to the town is Alsager Mere where you can stroll down to the waters edge and observe the mere from one of the two platforms that provide excellent views across the mere. Today Alsager remains a popular residential area with good communication links to the Midlands, the railway providing regular services to Stoke on Trent and Crewe from where the remainder of the country can be accessed whilst the M6 is relatively close by. For those who wish to relax then the countryside around Alsager is worth exploring, a stroll along the Salt Line with footpath links to the Trent and Mersey Canal and Rode Heath Rise is well worth the exercise. There is also the Cranberry Moss Nature Reserve as well as Milton Park which is the main location for the annual carnival. Alsager represents an oasis for both residents and visitors alike, a refuge from a hectic lifestyle and worth the time to visit.

Dentist

Alsager Dental Practice
Lawton Dental Practice
Mereside Dental Practice

Doctor

Cedars Medical Centre
Merepark Medical Centre

Farmers Market

Alsager Farmers Market

Golf Club

Alsager Golf & Country Club

Market

Alsager Market

Pub and Bar

Devonshire Arms
Gresley Arms
Linley Tavern
Lodge Inn
Mere Inn
Plough Inn
The Yeoman
Wilbraham Arms

Restaurant

Indian Heaven

School

Alsager High School
Alsager Highfields County Primary School
Cranberry Infant School

Cranberry Junior School
Excalibur Primary School
Pikemere County School
St Gabriel’s Catholic Primary School

Solicitor

Edward Hollinshead

Taxi

Alpha Private Hire
Alsager Cabs

Sports Clubs

Alsager Town Reserves (Amateur Football)
The Woodlands (Men's Hockey)
Triton (Women's Hockey)

Shops

The Real Food Company
Malcolm Broad
Alsager
William R Shoes
Delissimo
Colin N Corbett Butchers
Alsager Bakehouse
Arthur Chatwin Ltd
Barry's Pantry
Shady Grove Stores

top
Honeysuckle Flowers
Forever Flowers
Grapevine
Peppermint Park for Hair
Harper's Hair Salon
Hall Farm Shop
Pampered Pets
Alsager Pet Store
Amazing Grace
Wall Street Clothing

Places to Stay near Alsager

map book

Manor House Hotel (0.48 miles)

Manor House Hotel

More Information

Built around a 17th-century farmhouse, the friendly Best Western Manor House has a swimming pool, Jacuzzi and plenty of traditional charm. The hotel is 3 miles (4.8 km) from junction 16 of ... More

map book

Holly Trees Hotel (1.28 miles)

Holly Trees Hotel

More Information

A fine Victorian farmhouse combining comfort with modern facilities. Situated within easy access to Stoke-on-Trent and Crewe, just 3 mins from M6 Junc 16.Offering evening meal with licensed bar in ... More

map website

Travelodge Crewe Barthomley (2.41 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

map website

Travelodge Stoke Talke (3.05 miles)

Travelodge Stoke Talke

Located on the A34 Congleton Road 3 miles from Junction 16 of the M6, this Travelodge provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for exploring Stoke-on-Trent, the Potteries and the surrounding area. Spacious en-suite ... More | visit website

map website

Premier Inn Newcastle Under Lyme (3.27 miles)

Premier Inn Newcastle Under Lyme
Ideally located within easy reach of the M6. For shops and local amenities Newcastle-under-Lyme town centre is only 3 miles away. Local attractions include Alton Towers Theme Park, Stoke City football ground, Britannia stadium and ... More | visit website
map website

Balterley Green Farm (3.61 miles)

Balterley Green Farm
The guest house has 2 family en-suite rooms, 2 single en-suite and 2 twin bedded rooms on ground floor suitable for disabled persons with private facilities. All rooms are beautifully decorated with all the added ... More | visit website
map website

Chimney House Hotel (4.07 miles)

Chimney House Hotel

Originally the old church rectory featuring the half-timbered Tudor style of Chester, the hotel is situated in its own eight acres of peaceful woodland, yet offers easy access just off Junction 17 from the M6. ... More | visit website

map book

Crewe Hall (4.17 miles)

Crewe Hall

More Information

Set in 35 acres of Cheshire parkland, Crewe Hall is a majestic Jacobean stately building, dating back to 1615, complete with intriguing, colourful modern touches. Originally built by the Earl of Crewe, ... More

map website

White Lion Inn (4.50 miles)

White Lion Inn
Country Hotel with 17 en suite bedrooms, grade 1 listed pub and restaurant facilities on site. Great food ranging from classic pub food to new exciting a la carte dishes. Selection of traditional cask ales, ... More | visit website
map book

Hunters Lodge Hotel (4.78 miles)

Hunters Lodge Hotel

More Information

Set in 16 acres of picturesque gardens and open countryside, this 18th century farm house has been transformed into a friendly, family run hotel. The Hunters Lodge is close to a network ... More

Brit Quote:
No battle is worth fighting except the last one. - Enoch Powell
More Quotes

On this day:
James Stuart (the Old Pretender) attempts to invade Scotland - 1708, 1st Trams operate in London - 1861, Woolwich Ferry Opens - 1889
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages

//