Rating: Star Rating 4
A former stately home to the Earl of Crewe, this magnificent jacobean pile was originally built in 1615 by Lord Randolph Crewe, Lord Chancellor to Charles the second. Restored and extended in 1837 the interior suffered a fire in 1866 and was then restored by great cost by architect Edward Barry who had been in charge of the final work on the Houses of Parliament, Barry added the west wing and tower as well as the wealth of mid-victorian accommodation. Marble replaced original stone work, intricate carvings and stained glass windows ...
Rating: Stars 3
Property located close to junction 16 and 17 M6 motorway. New build contemporary hotel with 112 rooms. All rooms have modern bathrooms with invigorating power shower, generous work area, direct dial telephone, tea/coffee making facilities, LCD television with 16 channels and radio, high speed internet access. Smart bar and brasserie. Only 30 miles to Manchester International Airport. Conveniently located just 1 hour from Birmingham. Pets Accepted. 10 GBP per night ...
Located at Downtown Crewe. Two minute Walk from Crewe Rail Station. Ideal Conference Venue with all Modern Audio Visual Technology. All Air Conditioned Rooms. Express Check In / Check Out Facility. Indian Specialty Restaurant. 24 Hr Lounge Bar for in House Guests. WIFI and High Speed Internet Accessibility in all Rooms. All Rooms with Modern Amenities. Express Laundry Service. Doctor on Call. Free Parking ...
Rating: 3 Stars
Situated in the heart of South Cheshire the Crewe Arms Hotel offers the very best for both business users and leisure seekers. ...
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Last Updated: September 26, 2015
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