The Manor is an old rectory in the historic market town of Cheadle, Staffordshire. Built in 1758 it has now been refurbished to offer excellent facilities and accommodation.
The Setting for this beautiful hotel is the rich English countryside, at the edges of the Peak District National Park, two minutes walk from the town centre of Cheadle, home of 'Pugins Gem', a gothic R.C. Church of national renown.
The Manor is also sited a mere 4½ miles from Alton Towers, 9 miles from the famous Potteries where Wedgwood and Royal Doulton originate, and a gentle stroll from the English countryside.
Our bedrooms are situated in the grounds of the Manor, not even twenty paces from the main reception entrance. There are five ground floor and six first floor rooms.
All rooms are en suite with shower, WC and wash hand basin. As standard we now offer a well stocked welcome tray, TV, alarm clock and radio. All our rooms have duvets and large comfy pillows. Hairdryers and Irons and boards are all available on request.
The Manor Stables is great for families and groups of friends alike. This has two large bedrooms and single bedroom and can sleep up to 6 adults or up to 8 with children. There is at present a family bathroom and a small communal area. This is subject to availability.
We operate a flexible seasonal pricing policy where rates can change daily according to demand. Normally the further out a room is booked the better the price.
For individual bookings cancellation is free up to midday, three days before arrival. If cancelled later the first night will be charged.
For group bookings of three or more rooms cancellation is free up to midday seven days before arrival. If cancelled later the first night will be charged.
For longer stays of four or more nights the first two nights will be charged.