Alvaston Hall Hotel 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.

Alvaston Hall main building

Main House

Historic rooms, 33 in total, are located in the original country house and offer a taste of bygone years with original oak work and period detail. They’re accessed via a stairway next to Reception. There’s no lift access.

The Limes wing at Alvaston Hall Hotel.

The Limes

Attached to the main building and close to Reception and Fountains Bar is a mixture of 75 Standard, Signature and large Royale rooms with original sleigh beds and oak furniture. The wheelchair-accessible rooms are Royale rooms at the end of the corridor.

Alvaston Hall balconies-close-up


The newest part of the hotel has 127 contemporary rooms arranged either side of a long corridor that gently slopes. They can be found beyond the main restaurant and closest to the Cheshire Barn Pub & Kitchen Pub. Standard rooms here directly overlook the golf course or leisure centre while the Signature and Royale suites boast fabulous views.


The original stables, creatively converted, are home to 18 rooms. Private, with a few seconds’ walk outside to reach them, they benefit from a patio area and are available for solo guests. They’re not accessible for wheelchairs or scooters.

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