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Welcome to Pickmere Country Guest House

Address: Park Lane, Northwich, WA16 0JX

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In the centre of rural village of Pickmere, this charming grade II listed Georgian farmhouse offers light, airy rooms with flat-screen TVs. The house has a small garden, and serves fresh coffee with home-cooked breakfasts. With free tea, coffee and hot chocolate, each room also has a bathroom with a hairdryer. Rooms are simply but brightly decorated, and are supplied with a trouser press or ironing facilities on request. Pickmere Country Guest House’s varied breakfast menu includes classic cooked items as well as lighter continental options. The property is fully licensed and serves evening meals from Monday - Thursday (booking recommended) 18:00 to 19:30 and weekends by prior arrangement. The guest house’s lounge has a flat screen TV with Sky channels, a fireplace, a small library and a piano. Guests can relax on the terrace in the small garden. Pickmere Country Guest House is placed in the Cheshire countryside, 8 minutes’ drive from both Knutsford and Northwich.

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Heyrose Golf Club - Knutsford - Golf

Heyrose Golf Club - Knutsford - Golf

Distance 1.7 miles (2.72 km)
Welcome to Heyrose Golf Club, Cheshires best kept secret. Set in beautiful parkland with ancient woodlands and many water features Heyrose is not an ordinary golf club. Established over 15 years ago the course is continually modified making it one of the most respected and professionally managed golf courses in the North West. We are only one mile from Junction 19 of the M6 and twenty minutes from Manchester and Liverpool making us the perfect choice for a relaxing game of golf, chilled glass of wine or pint and sample our freshly cooked menu by our resident chef on our sun terrace over-looking the 18th hole.

Arley Hall and Gardens - Historical Houses

Arley Hall and Gardens - Historical Houses

Distance 2.52 miles (4.02 km)
Arley Hall, with its ancient history and over 100 acres of gardens and parkland, has been owned and run by the same family for more than 500 years. The original hall was built by Piers Warburton in 1486 and the cruck barn and other outbuildings date from that period. The present hall and chapel were built by Rowland Egerton - Warburton between 1832 and 1845 in the Victorian - Jacobean style. Overlooking beautiful parkland and providing great variety of style and design, the gardens rank amongst the finest in the country. Features include the double herbaceous border laid out in 1846, the pleached lime avenue, the avenue of Quercus Ilex shaped like giant cylinders and fine yew hedges as well as a good collection of shrub roses, rhododendrons and azaleas, walled gardens and a herb garden.