Drop your bags off as early as you like jump in the car and turn right on to Washway road (A56);10 miles down the road or 20 mins and your there.
You will find we are one of the few Guest Houses in south Manchester in The Michelin Guide for b&b’s. Manchester is just 4 miles down the A56 or you can jump on the Metro and be there in 12 minutes
Manchester just four miles down the road from your B&B.
Knutsford as two main shopping streets upper and lower King St is Lower.
The Summerhouse created by Sara Mount in 2004 out of her dream of owning a shop in Knutsford is an Aladdin‚Äôs cave full of beautiful, stylish, contemporary accessories; it’s cream painted T&G clad walls give it a clean, calm, warm atmosphere.
There’s three floors of rooting to get through and it must be done slowly so you won’t miss anything.
Downstairs is given a retro feel through the jugs, bowels, mugs, enamel cake tins, table linens and and made tea cosy.
In the out door section of the shop Sara steps a little bit out of the box with wasp traps, willow wigwams and borders, large garden benches, and her take on tables chairs for entertaining out side on those warm summer nights.
You’ll find Farrow & Ball, paints, beautiful woollen throws cushions and very cute baby clothes and toys.
When David Beckham played for Manchester United this was one of his favorite restaurants.
So whats the food like! I haven’t got a clue! But I can say this; I’ve been trying to book into this restaurant for the last, what must be, 5 years on and off; in fact I phoned just last night (29/1/2010) nothing.
I’m going to phone right now for next week! YES! I don’t believe that; so we’re in it’s my wifes birthday on the 5th and I’ve book for the Sunday the 7th so I’m going to add this to our site as it is and let you have a review after the 7th Feb 2010.
Tatton Park, is one of the North West Largest Visitor attractions attracting over 750,000 visits each year to it’s 1,000 acres of deer park, Gardens and Mansion. Acquired by the Egerton family in the late Tudor period it stayed in the family until the last Lord Egerton Maurice died in 1958.
Having no heir Lord Egerton left Tatton Park to the National Trust and in turn the trust least it to Cheshire County Council in 1960 who managed it on behalf of the National Trust until 2009 when
the lease was transferred to Cheshire East Council.
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