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Cheadle Road
0.6 Miles from the centre
per night from £143
(price for Tue, 05 Nov)

Cheadle House Apartaments

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Cheadle Royal Business Park Royal Cresent
1.2 Miles from the centre

With a clean, modern style, calming tones and contemporary furnishings, this beautiful Victorian residence is ideally set within 6.4 km of Manchester’s bustling city centre and airport. Only 1.6 km from junction 3 of the M60, Manchester's orbital motorway, and easily accessible from the M56 and A34, Cheadle House is ideally placed for exploring picturesque Cheshire, Lancashire, the Lake District and beyond. Cheadle House’s position is also ideal for business events. Not only is the hotel easily accessible, but it features 10 meeting rooms and 7 syndicate rooms, fully equipped with all modern technologies. Each one offers natural daylight and they can hold up to 80 people. Free Wi-Fi is accessible throughout.

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per night from £53
(price for Sun, 27 Oct)

Hotels in Cheadle

Historically known for weaving, copper and brass, the town of Cheadle is full of British tradition. You'll enjoy a warm welcome and easy access to Staffordshire's other sights and attractions. Whether you're in the mood for relaxation or excitement, the town is perfect for both.

History and architecture

The most recognisable sight in Cheadle is St Giles Catholic Church. It's known as ‘Pugin's Gem', the pinnacle of architect A. W. N Pugin's vision for the design of religious buildings. The highlight for visitors is the sight of two large lions adorning the west doors.

There's a ‘Discover the Secret Trail' walking route through the town, bringing you to Cheadle's historical points of interest. It takes you past the church and the Cheadle Discovery and Visitor Centre. Even the centre is inside the old police station building.

Cheadle has held a beer festival for the last decade, usually in August. It includes a few ciders and wines, as well as live entertainment.

Places to eat in Cheadle

When it comes to food and drink, Cheadle has kept with the times. You'll find a J D Wetherspoon on the high street, along with Chinese, Indian, pizza and fish and chip takeaways.

Cheadle Market Hall is a great place to find a traditional butcher and bakery, cheese, sweets, oatcakes and other locally made produce. The Victorian market building is typically open on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, and is busier when the monthly Farmers' Market is on.

Days out

Families frequently stay in town as part of a trip to nearby Alton Towers. The theme park is roughly 15 minutes away from Cheadle by car, and there's a direct bus service.

Cheadle is also close to the Peak District – it takes around half an hour to get to the edge of the national park. The Staffordshire side of the Peak District has The Roaches, a rocky gritstone ridge, and the Manifold Valley with gentler walking and cycling routes.

To explore Staffordshire, booking a hotel in Cheadle is one of the most convenient options.

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