Crewe Hall

At a glance

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    Children are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities, and have designated swimming times.

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    Alton Towers, Chester Zoo and Chatsworth House are just a few of the attractions within driving distance of the hotel.

  • Architecture

    Architectual Excellence

    The main building dates back to the 17th Century and retains many of its original features.

  • Pre natal

    Pre-Natal

    The spa offers treatments tailored for mums-to-be.

  • Hen friendly

    Hen Friendly

    The hotel caters to groups and hen parties looking for a more relaxed getaway.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    The spa offers a range of leisure facilities and treatments, but is not a specialised spa and is located in a separate building to the hotel.

Location

Crewe Hall

Crewe Hall, Weston Road, Crewe, Cheshire, CW1 6UZ
CW1 6UZ

Crewe, Cheshire

Spa & Leisure

On the north of the Crewe Hall estate, nestled amongst the fields and forested gardens, is the health club – a 21st Century addition to the historic hotel. Providing a range of fitness facilities, there is a gym and studio complete with a spectrum of classes from aerobics to yoga; a pool, sauna, steam room, spa bath, and a relaxation room with heated loungers.

Also throwing a complete menu of treatments into the mix, the spa works with ESPA products in a selection of facials, massages, envelopments, scrubs, manicures, pedicures, finishing touches, and brand specific Q Rituals.

Hotel & Accommodation

A 17th Century building with architecture that belies its Jacobean history, Crewe Hall has played host to royals including George V and Queen Mary. Today the hotel has 26 rooms and suites in the original building – 11 of which retain their antique four-poster beds; and a further 91 contemporary rooms in the West Wing extension.

Once Lord Crewe’s dining room, The Sheridan Lounge is characterised by a carved oak screen and lofty ceiling, and serves afternoon teas and drinks; while The Brasserie bar and restaurant is in stark contrast with its ultra modern interiors.