Cheap Hotels in Frodsham
In a rural location
Near Armourgeddon Military Museum
Hotels in Frodsham
Overlooking the Mersey estuary, Frodsham is a pretty Cheshire market town which dates back to Saxon times.
The town centre is filled with historic buildings, including the 12th-century St Laurence's Church, a Grade I listed red sandstone building with a well-preserved Norman interior.
Book one of our Frodsham hotels and explore the ancient town and the Weaver Valley Regional Park around it.
Originally a stable block, the Castle Park Arts Centre has three galleries, several craft units and is surrounded by parkland and floral gardens. It also runs workshops for adults and children on everything from t'ai chi and painting to willow weaving and needle felting. At the Catton Hall outdoor activity centre, you can go clay-pigeon shooting, quad biking or paintballing, or try archery or air rifling. There's also a falconry centre, where you'll learn about the birds and how they are trained, see a falconry display and even get to hold the birds yourself. Or have a game of golf on the 18-hole course at Frodsham Golf Club, which has only been going since 1990, and a drink afterwards out on the patio.
The Lady Heyes Craft and Antiques Restoration Centre is home to more than two dozen independent outlets, including antique sellers, gift shops, a second-hand record store, a microbrewery and more. Visit Crab Apple Crafts for scrapbook and cardmaking items, Handknitted with Love for everything from tea cosies to toys, or the Tasty Buds sweetshop for traditional confectionery. At the Cheshire Book Centre, you'll find more than 100, 000 secondhand books, as well as maps, postcards, sheet music, CDs, cassettes and artwork. Or head to family-run Fairtrade Lighting for handmade furniture, lighting and craft items from Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and India.
There are several walks you can take leading out of Frodsham, including the Sandstone Trail, a 34-mile trail through the countryside towards Whitchurch in Shropshire. The first part takes you through woodland and offers views of the Mersey estuary and the Welsh hills. Or take the Weaver Way, which runs along the River Weaver from Frodsham to Audlem, 30 miles away â€“ look out for March hares, Canada geese and kingfishers.
Foxhill, a former stately home turned spiritual retreat, has an internationally renowned arboretum in its 70 acres of grounds, with redwoods, eucalyptus, monkey puzzles and a gingko biloba from Japan. Look out for woodpeckers, buzzards, foxes and badgers too.
Eating and drinking
For home-cooked pub classics and cask ales, head to the family-run, 400-year-old Ring O Bells, or the Bull's Head, which has a quiz on Sunday evenings. Tuck into an Indian at the Naga Restaurant, named after a very hot chilli, or a Chinese at the Yuet Ben restaurant, a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2014 winner. For tea and cake, head to The Cottage Tea Shop, founded in 1908, or the award-winning Wishing Well Tea Rooms.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Frodsham
What are the best hotels to stay in Frodsham?The best hotels to stay in Frodsham are Best Western Frodsham Forest Hills Hotel and The Old Hall.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Frodsham?Best Western Frodsham Forest Hills Hotel in Frodsham offers one night in a double room at the price of £62.
What hotels are in the central Frodsham neighborhood?Best Western Frodsham Forest Hills Hotel and The Old Hall are located in the central neighborhood of Frodsham.
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