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All of the 48 en suite bedrooms are decorated to a very high standard - synonymous with the style of the hotel -each are individually designed and of a large size. Suites are available in the original Manor House but all come with tea and coffee making facilities, trouser press, television, radio, hair dryer, 24 hour room service and Gilchrist and Soames toiletries. The Conservatory Restaurant is enchanting and elegant with stunning views of the hotel's immaculate grounds. The cuisine is exceptional and the wine cellar boasts 600 bins. Offering modern English food coupled with a relaxed atmosphere, this is simply one of the finest restaurants in Chester. The south-facing terrace area is the perfect place to sit and enjoy an alfresco drink or meal in the Summer. William the Conqueror gave the Crabwall Manor estate to his nephew in 1077 which means the original parts date back to the Domesday period. However in 1600, it got its fine red brick frontage but, like all ancient buildings it's been modernised, which means some of the building (including the distinctive turrets) is 18th century. The reception rooms have been beautifully furnished in a traditional style, with luxurious fabrics and furnishing. The check-in desk though is quite small but neatly hidden away from the Lounges. A simply beautiful hotel, with an enviable reputation, fascinating history and a really great setting for exploring the wonders of Chester and its countryside. As an overnight guest you receive complimentary membership to The Spa from 12 noon on your day of arrival until 11.00am on your day of departure and this should be an absolute must. The Spa (with it's wonderful new pool) is the perfect place to retreat, relax, pamper yourself and unwind.
Useful information:Other names for Crabwall Manor Hotel & Spa:
Crabwall Manor And Spa Chester