An impressive 19th Century country mansion sitting in 262 acres of Cheshire countryside, Shrigley Hall Hotel sits high above the estate on the edge of the Peak District National Park and offers exceptional views. Historically a private family house, the Hall opened as a hotel in 1989 and was carefully restored to its original beauty. All standard guest rooms are traditional in style, light, airy and functional with large work area and desk, sitting area with easy chairs and coffee table. You will find quality features in all the rooms including wireless internet access, complimentary refreshment trays and hairdryer.
There is an excellent 18-hole championship golf course and outstanding health and leisure facilities, located in the converted chapel, with a 14m swimming pool and extensive gym. Unwind after a workout in the elegant bar and enjoy a meal in the beautiful restaurant, a popular retreat for residents and non-residents alike. The award-winning Oakridge restaurant offers a range of traditional and comtemporary dishes, as well as delicious seasonal dishes all year round. Guests can enjoy their meal with beautiful views across the hotel grounds, or enjoy a lighter meal at the bar, with views across the delightful courtyard. It is almost impossible to imagine that this peaceful hotel is within easy access of major cities such as Manchester and Sheffield, and the M1 and M62 motorways. Surrounded by delightful parkland and lakes on the edge of the Peak District, this area offers countless walking and rambling routes.
Pets are allowed. Charges may be applicable.
WiFi is available throughout the hotel and is free of charge.
Breakfast is served from 07:00am until 10:00am Monday to Friday, 08:00am until 10:30am at weekends.
Evening meals are served between 7pm-9pm Sunday to Thursday and 18:30pm - 21:30pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
24 hour room service available.
Dogs are welcome, extra charges may apply
There is a lift at the hotel.
Two accessible rooms are available, neither have walk in showers.
Manchester city centre
The Peak District National Park
From the South East: From the M1 northbound, exit at Junction 29 and take the A617 to Chesterfield. At Chesterfield take the A619 to Baslow and then the A623 to Chapel-en-le-Frith. At the roundabout turn right onto the A6 heading towards Chapel-en-le-Frith and continue until you enter Chapel Village. Follow signs for B5470 towards Whaley Bridge and once in the town, this road leads through a set of traffic lights towards Macclesfield. Continue through the lights and after approximately 4 miles - at the top of a steep brow - there is a turning right signposted Pott Shrigley. Turn right and follow this lane for approximately 2 miles. At the end of this road, you will come to a T-Junction (Pott Shrigley Church directly in front), turn right. The entrance to Shrigley Hall is 400 metres on your right.
Nearest train station: Macclesfield 7.5 miles.
Nearest airport - Manchester International 12.4 miles.