Rookery Hall Hotel and Spa
Captivating, charming and made for making memories, this country house hotel will make a very special destination for an unforgettable occasion. Housed in the hotel’s old stable block, the idyllic spa sanctuary has modern facilities to ensure your experience is luxurious and inviting. With a wide range of beauty therapies, body treatments and massages, you can customise your spa break to suit your needs, while making the most of the deeply relaxing pools, steam room and relaxation areas.
Spa and hotel facilities
- Steam Room
- Hydrotherapy Pool
- Relax Room
Why people visit here
Hotel Spa VenueGood spa facilities offering overnight stays, with a bar and a restaurant available to guests. The leisure facilities can sometimes be in a different building
RestaurantThe restaurant at this venue comes highly recommmended
Local AttractionsCheshire boasts a selection of top visitor's attractions including Tatton Park, Beeston Castle and Chester Zoo. Located within a short distance from a renowned race course. This resort is perfect for those looking for a romantic getaway
Safe Hands for CancerAccredited by the SATCC and part of the Spabreaks.com Safe Hands for Cancer Collection, this spa welcomes people living with or beyond cancer and offers a number of specialist trained therapists.
Rookery Hall Hotel and Spa frequently asked questions
- Who owns Rookery Hall?
Since 2001 Rookery Hall has been owned and managed by Julia Hands, Hand Picked Hotel Group.
- How do you get to Rookery Hall?
Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa is situated just a short drive from Nantwich and junction 9 of the M56 with ample free parking. You can get there by rail in just 95 minutes from Euston to Crewe using the high speed service. The nearest motorway link is M6 J16/18, the nearest airport is Manchester, which is 25 miles away, and the nearest train station is Crewe, which is five miles away.
- What is included in a spa day at Rookery Hall?
What's included in a spa day at Rookery Hall depends on the experience that you book. The spa facilities include an 18-metre swimming pool, a hydrotherapy pool, sauna, steam room and relaxation rooms. There are also eight treatment rooms including two dual suites and a dedicated manicure and pedicure station. Therapists use [comfort zone], Elemis and Jessica products in a collection of face and body treatments.
- What is near Rookery Hall?
Rookery Hall is in a great location for exploring the surrounding area, whether you fancy heading to Manchester for a day in the city or exploring more rural attractions. Visit the Roman city of Chester, walk along the River Weaver or explore the bijoux boutiques, antiques dealers and contemporary craft shops in Nantwich.
Top attractions include:
- Tatton Park
- Beeston Castle
- Chester Zoo
- Lion Salt Works
- When was Rookery Hall built?
Rookery Hall was built in 1816 and was originally known as The Rookery, Worleston. It was the home of William Hilton Cooke who was a wealthy landowner, owning over 500 acres in this area. The property passed to different owners over the years, and was periodically updated. It remained a private house until its purchase in 1979 by Harry and Jean Norton, renowned hoteliers who began its transformation into the hotel it is today.
- What amenities does Rookery Hall have?
Rookery Hall is a luxury 70 bedroom country house hotel offering a four-star experience and a beautiful place to stay. Set in 38 acres of gardens and wooded parkland, it's a tranquil retreat. The restaurant has been awarded two AA Rosettes for its simple yet elegant menu of modern British food, and is also well known for its afternoon tea.
The hotel's spa is in the original stable block of the estate, and has also won awards for its modern leisure and wellbeing experiences. Here you will find an 18-metre swimming pool, a hydrotherapy pool, sauna, steam room and relaxation rooms. There are also eight treatment rooms including two dual suites and a dedicated manicure and pedicure station. Therapists use [comfort zone], Elemis and Jessica products in a collection of face and body treatments.
Accessible facilities include:
- Spa reception - access via ramp to spa reception
- Ground floor treatment rooms are accessed via ramp from spa reception
- A hoist is available for the pool with prior notice
- There is accessible parking
- Hearing loop at reception
- Accessible WC available at the entrance
- There are three accessible bedrooms
- 14 bedrooms have walk in showers
- Accessible toilet /shower in the spa
- Bar, lounge and conference rooms are accessible by wheelchair
- Staff are on hand to assist 24 hours a day
- What are the food and drink options at Rookery Hall?
The hotel restaurant has been awarded two AA Rosettes for its simple yet elegant menu of modern British food, and is also well known for its afternoon tea.
- How many treatment rooms are there at Rookery Hall?
Rookery Hall has eight treatment rooms including two dual suites and a dedicated manicure and pedicure station. Therapists use [comfort zone], Elemis and Jessica products in a collection of face and body treatments.
- What time is check in/check out?
Check-in at Rookery Hall is 3pm and check-out is 11am. Spa opening times are 9.00am until 6pm. It is recommended however that you check your specific spa booking times before arrival, and that you check for any changes to regular opening times, particularly relating to bank holidays, before you visit.
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