Grade II listed boutique hotel, with a choice of luxury room types on the edge of the Peak District.
On the banks of Cheshire's River Bolling lies The Bridge, a boutique hotel set in the picturesque village of Prestbury. With 24 luxury rooms styled to perfection, this property offers guests the opportunity to stay in a Grade II listed building while enjoying the newly refurbished modern amenities and decor. With several room types to choose from, each with deluxe beds and beautiful interiors, The Bridge is ideal for couples looking to explore the nearby Peak District, being based at the foot of the Pennines.
Each room at The Bridge blends the original features of this historic building with contemporary styling, with a choice of double, twins and four-poster beds depending on the room type. Many of the rooms benefit from garden views, adding to the tranquil ambience, while the nearby river provides a natural soundtrack in the gardens. The Bridge is known for its fantastic cuisine offerings, with a restaurant serving exquisite meals using local produce throughout the day. An outdoor bar on the garden terrace allows alfresco drinks and dining, often complemented by live music sessions and a vibrant atmosphere.
The quaint village of Prestbury is the ideal place for those seeking a bit of refuge and peace on their break. Featuring a 13th century church and Tudor style buildings, the village is a delightful place to mooch around in, while also having the advantage of being positioned so close to the Peak District National Park. Adventurers looking to hike the mighty Pennines will be more than pleased returning to The Bridge to relax and unwind. Equally, quiet walks taking in the stunning scenery and the open air are an option, too in this vast expanse of epic landscapes. Fans of history will not be disappointed, with a number of sites to explore locally, with plenty of options for day trips out.
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