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Postcode: SK10 | code search
Population: 7000
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Hollin Hall Hotel
"Good Points: Friendly staff Good restuarant Free internet access General review: Great, I usually stay at Travelodge or similar budget hotels as I am partly retired but found Hollin Hall to ..." More

Hollin Hall Hotel

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Church House Inn
"My Wife & I stayed for two nights the accomodation was great & the food superb.We would highly reccomend this inn.We listened to other diners comments every one complimentary.5 Star ..." More

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Bollington is a small yet vibrant town on the banks of the River Dean in the county of Cheshire, and it is home to just over seven thousand people. Its rich industrial heritage can be found around the town and is a link with its milling past. When the Industrial Revolution arrived many Mills were constructed bringing employment and wealth to the town, rows of mill worker's cottages can be found and the engineering wonders of the Aqueducts built to bring water to the Mills can still be seen over Palmerston Street, and Grimshaw Lane. The Mills are finally quiet and visitors to the town today come because of the beautiful countryside with a network of footpaths nearby as it's positioned on the edge of the Peak District, closer to home is the chance to stroll along the towpath of the Macclesfield Canal which was built in 1831, and although it once saw commercial boats bringing in raw cotton to the mills, today sees pleasure craft move at a sedate pace. The choice of pubs, bars and restaurants will cater to most demands, there's a wide range of shops, and for those who are tempted to stay there is a pleasant choice of B&B's, hotels and cottages on offer.


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Hollin Hall Hotel (0.42 miles)

Hollin Hall Hotel
Standing elegantly in landscaped grounds, The Hollin Hall Country House Hotel & Restaurant offers a tranquil retreat in one of Britain's most beautiful locations. The 19th Century Victorian House is set in four acres of ... More | visit website
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The Church House Inn (0.79 miles)

The Church House Inn
The traditional stone-built Church House Inn, on the edge of the Peak District, dates from Bollington's origins as a cotton mill village.Now it offers a warm welcome for business or pleasure, corporate or personal, to ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Macclesfield North (0.82 miles)

Conveniently located for Macclesfield train station. For shops and local amenities Macclesfield town centre is only 2 miles away. Local attractions include the Peak District, Macclesfield Forrest and Tatton Park. Our Macclesfield North Premier Inn has ... More | visit website
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Moorhayes House (1.04 miles)

Moorhayes House
We look forward to welcoming you to our comfortable home, set in its own gardens with ample car park, half a mile north of the town centre on the A538.

All eight of our bedrooms have ... More | visit website
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White House Manor (1.60 miles)

White House Manor

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This restored Georgian House has been transformed into a luxurious private sanctuary of 21st Century sophistication that defies its quaint rural setting. Each of the twelve individual bedrooms exhibit an ... More | visit website

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Bridge Hotel (1.71 miles)

Bridge Hotel

The Bridge Hotel is situated in rural Cheshire close to the River Bollin in historic Prestbury, one of the prettiest villages in the north west of England. Prestbury, a one street village has withstood ... More | visit website


Legh Arms (1.74 miles)

Legh Arms

The Legh Arms provides a breath of fresh air for those seasoned travellers who have grown weary of bland, standardised rooms devoid of character. Here, in one of the UK's most prosperous and charming villages, ... More

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Shrigley Hall (1.78 miles)

Shrigley Hall

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Barceló Shrigley Hall Hotel, close to Manchester, is an impressive manor house in leafy Cheshire countryside. Within the grounds are a health and fitness club and a championship golf course. The historical ... More

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Chadwick House Hotel (2.10 miles)

Chadwick House Hotel

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Chadwick House is the only hotel in Central Macclesfield. We are situated in a prime position with access to the Town Centre which is 400 yards away. We are just ... More

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Common Barn Farm B & B and Cottages (2.58 miles)

Common Barn Farm B & B and Cottages
Our traditional working sheep farm is situated at 1200' above sea level, on the quiet, unspoiled western side of the Peak District National Park. We enjoy excellent open countryside with far-reaching views over the Cheshire ... More | visit website

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