Pickmere Country Guest House
Pickmere Country Guest House is a Georgian grade ll listed building dating back to 1772. Originally built as a farmhouse it was, in its time, the largest of its kind in Cheshire. Commanding picturesque views over the surrounding countryside the guest house is situated in the centre of the village of Pickmere and within easy walking distance of 2 local pubs serving good food. There are also some great pubs and restaurants all within an 8 minute drive.
Situated just 8 minutes drive from Knutsford and Northwich and because of our proximity to Warrington, Chester and Manchester is ideally placed for both business and leisure. We are just 4 minutes drive from M6 junction 19, 10 minutes from M56 junction 10 and 20 minutes from Manchester Airport. There is off road car parking and bicycles can be housed securely.
There are 11 bedrooms, 8 are en suite. 4 bedrooms are superior doubles with king size beds, 1 standard double, 2 family rooms (1 with a double and a single and 1 with a double and 2 singles), 1 twin/double room in the garden annex (suitable for guests with dogs) and a single and a small double which share a bathroom also a single with private bathroom. Free wifi available throughout the house.
Breakfast is served between 7.15 to 9.00 Monday to Friday and 8.30 to 9.30 Saturday and Sunday in our dining room. We offer a full English breakfast and a selection of cereals, fruit, yoghurts, fruit juice, toast, tea, coffee and hot chocolate. Special diets are catered for.
The guest lounge has comfortable seating, a flat screen TV with Sky channels, a small library, a piano, childrens’ toys, card and board games and a gas burning log fire.
We also cater for small business meetings, private functions and wedding parties in our guest lounge and dining room.
The small garden has a south facing terrace where guests can sit out in the summer and enjoy a pot of tea.
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This page was last updated: 28 December 2012