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Spotlight on Shrigley Hall Hotel Golf and Country Club

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First impressions of Shrigley Hall Hotel Golf and Country Club are breathtaking. This magnificent building is unapologetically grand, designed as a family home that was absolutely meant to impress. On that note, little has changed…

A grand and welcoming hotel at Shrigley Hall

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Built in 1825 as the family home of William Turner MP, Shrigley Hall Hotel is a four-star getaway nestled into 262 acres of countryside in the Peak District. With 155 bedrooms the hotel retains a homely vibe conducive to a family holiday, group getaway or for anyone looking for a rural retreat. That’s whether you’re visiting with friends, family or your partner.

A spa experience that’s about variety

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Leisure here is about a variety of experiences. The grounds, which we will tell you more about in a moment, quite literally set the scene and have a significant role to play. Meanwhile, inside there is a combination of working out and winding down to be done. This variety is what makes Shrigley Hall appeal to a wide variety of guests, for special occasions or simply because you fancy getting away. So, visit the health club and work out in the gym, take a dip in the pool, relax in the sauna, steam room, tranquility room and Jacuzzi, and don’t neglect to have a Decléor spa treatment or two as well. Just remember that there are children’s swimming times in the pool. So depending on whether you want to avoid those or join them with your family, do check them out before you plan your day.

The award-winning restaurant

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Having been awarded an RAC dining award, the Oakridge Restaurant offers a seasonal menu and views of the grounds. Meanwhile, drinks are served in the Courtyard Bar with its conservatory space, which is also open for light lunches and offers lovely views to go with them.

The scenic location and 18-hole golf course

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A Victorian manor house in Cheshire, Shrigley Hall Hotel itself is beautifully set amongst 62 acres of countryside. Naturally, the grounds have a significant impact on how you spend your time here, creating a sense of tranquility with charming views when you wake in the morning, and providing space for a meditative stroll. Equally, the grounds are put to good use with tennis courts and Shrigley Hall’s own 18-hole golf course. If you wish to venture further afield, key local attractions include Chester Cathedral, Lyme Park, Chester Zoo, Blue Planet Aquarium, Oulton Park and Cheshire Oaks Outlet Village.

The verdict: who would love Shrigley Hall?

The lovely thing about Shrigley Hall is that it is grand but welcoming, and has a little something for everyone who visits. The result is a hotel spa that never disappoints and that’s great for families, groups of friends as well as couples.

Top tips for visiting Shrigley Hall

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  • Plan your spa day or break to make the most of the range of facilities and how you want to use them. If you want to play tennis or a round of golf, plan plenty of time to do so. Or if you want to avoid children’s swimming times, try to book your spa treatment for those hours.
  • Head out for a stroll in the grounds. It’s a particularly good way to relax when you arrive to really get into the spa mood.
  • Definitely have at least one meal here, even if it’s afternoon tea. Dining is award-winning for a reason!

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