Alvaston Hall
A grand house in the Cheshire countryside
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Alvaston Hall

A Grade II listed Victorian property, Alvaston Hall is a half-timbered country house that can be traced back thousands of years to when it was the home of a Saxon farmer named Aelfgar. It has a pin-drop peaceful setting with award-winning gardens, a large pool, and a pick of restaurants and lounges. Just five minutes’ drive from the riverside town of Nantwich, the hotel makes a great base for exploring Cheshire’s green spaces and history.

At a glance

  • Grade II listed Victorian hall
  • Award-winning gardens
  • Close to Chester and North Wales
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Show venue and restaurant
  • Indoor pool, sauna and steam room
  • Free parking on site


Our rooms

In every room, we’ve maxed up the warm and welcoming factor to give you nothing short of a great night’s sleep. You'll find nice-to-have amenities including free Wi-Fi, towels, a TV, hairdryer, comfy chairs and reading lights and tea & coffee-making facilities with biscuits.

All room imagery shown is a representation of these room grades only. Style, size and decor will vary by room and by location.

Bedroom locations

Tucked into a quiet corner of Cheshire, the 253-room hotel offers a wide choice of accommodation, from historic suites to contemporary rooms with balconies and green fields views.

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Explore Cheshire from a great location

Alvaston Hall commands a fantastic location in rural Cheshire, a county famous for its Tudor and Roman architecture and pristine parklands.

Anderton Boat Lift

Anderton Boat Lift

35-min drive

One of only two working boat lifts in the UK, the Cathedral of the Canals won ‘experience of the year’ in 2019, with its accompanying visitors centre.

Chester City

Chester City

33-min drive

Here you’ll find cobbled streets, a Roman Amphitheatre, 1000-year-old cathedral, and of course the world-famous Chester Rows for shopping and dining.

Queen's Park

Queens Park

10-min drive

With a man-made waterfall, gentle fountains, stone statues and a Victorian clock tower, this easy-to-get-to parkland is perfect for a quiet summers day.

                       

A love for great British food

                       

Relax and enjoy

At Alvaston Hall there's lots to do... and lots of ways to do nothing.

Leisure facilities and things to do at Alvaston Hall

Leisure facilities

✔ Indoor heated swimming pool  ✔ Aqua aerobics  ✔ Gym  ✔ Sauna  ✔ Steam room  ✔ Hair salon  ✔ Treatment rooms  ✔ Beauty facilities


Things to do outdoors

✔ Archery  ✔ Crossbow  ✔ Rifle shooting  ✔ Self-guided walks and cycling routes click here for maps  ✔ Indoor Short Mat Bowls  ✔ Putt  ✔ Croquet  


Things to do indoors

✔ Quizzes

Finding us

Address and phone number

Alvaston Hall
Middlewich Road
Nantwich
Cheshire
CW5 6PD

0330 1359 567

Directions by car

From the north

  • Exit the M6 at Junction 18
  • Take the A54 to Middlewich Town
  • Turn left onto the A530 signposted Nantwich, passing Leighton Hospital
  • At the next roundabout still continue on the A530, and Alvaston Hall is situated approximately one mile on the right hand side

From the south

  • Exit the M6 at Junction 16
  • Follow the A500 signposted Nantwich & Chester, at the forth roundabout take the 3rd exit signposted A51 Chester
  • At the Peacock roundabout take the 2nd exit and continue to the Alvaston roundabout and take the 4th exit A530
  • Alvaston Hall is situated approximately ½ mile along this road on the left hand side.

Local bus

Local bus service is Crewe - Tel: 01270 505350

Local taxis

Local taxi service is Abbey Taxis - Tel: 01270 212125

Local train station: Crewe

Alvaston Hall is only a 10 minute taxi ride away from Crewe Train Station, contact Virgin Trains Tel: 08457 222 333

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Over £150 daily value included*

From archery to some zen in the spa… Three-course dining, activities, sports, shows and live music are all part of the package.

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Breakfast & dinner

Magnificent breakfasts and three-course dinners featuring the classics, with either help yourself from the buffet or waiter service.

Selection of sports

From dance and fitness classes to archery, rifle shooting, Nordic walking, bike rides and gardener-led tours in heritage grounds.

Relaxing essential

The pools are open all day for dips and water aerobics and there are saunas and bubble pools as well as yoga, cinemas and games rooms.

Live music & shows

No need for car keys or taxis. After dinner, it’s showtime with musicals, bands, DJs, comedy and visiting artists in theatres, just for guests.

Room treats

A generous tea tray, topped up daily, with coffee, tea and Galaxy hot chocolate, plus milk in the fridge, luxe bathroom products and water on arrival.

Lots of little touches

No charge for parking, high-speed Wi-Fi, quizzes and history tours, and never forgetting that flawless personal service with a smile.

Exclusively for adults

A collection of manors, castles and seaside escapes totally tailored to adults – and no hefty price hikes in the school holidays.