Located amid 262 acres of Cheshire countryside at the edge of the Peak District and just 19 miles south of Manchester, Shrigley Hall Hotel is a grand Victorian manor house daring back 1825. The impressive interiors retain the charm and character of a bygone age. The inviting bedrooms display a good combination of comfort, character and spaciousness. All rooms include a seating area, free Wi-Fi, a desk and flat-screen TV, ranging from a Classic Rooms to the grand Suite with private balcony and stunning views. Oakridge Restaurant is a wonderful spot for both light bites and fine dining, with a menu featuring both traditional favourites and contemporary flavours, made from local ingredients whenever possible. The excellent food is perfectly complemented by the wine selection, not to mention the lovely views over the estate. The Courtyard Bar is a great spot for a light meal or a convivial tipple, be it next to the log fire or the outdoor courtyard space on sunny days. The spa is located in the former chapel, and the calm and peaceful surroundings are ideal for stress-free relaxation. Enjoy the swimming pool, steam room, sauna and gym, and consider booking a relaxing spa treatment - massage, revitalising facials, exotic wraps, and aromatherapy rituals are just some of the treatments to enjoy. Golfers will revel in the championship course designed by Donald Steel. The course enjoys some of the finest views of any course in the North West, and its well-drained greens ensure year round playability. Complimentary use of the tranquil fishing lake is available to hotel guests with a valid rod license. Nearby is the walker’s paradise of the Peak District, stunning country houses such as Lyme Park (Pemberley in the BBC production of Pride and Prejudice), Aldington Hall and Chatsworth, family fun at Alton Towers and much more.