The Period lounge with its heavy timbered low beamed ceiling boasts a
huge 17th Century fireplace (for decoration only). This enchanting room with opulent red leather upholstery and antique furniture has rich dark Arabian red walls displaying many antique prints, 18th Century original newspapers, old stone flagons and other
An offshoot of the lounge away from the thick piled gold carpet is an old flagstone ginnel. This has a dining area which can also be used as a working area with complimentary WiFi internet access. It also houses a large Indian cabinet in which there is a microwave, a fridge, a toaster, a full set of crockery, cutlery and glassware along with a fine selection of English breakfast teas, coffees and herbal teas.
The lounge houses a LCD TV, DVD player with a fabulous film library, CD player and CD collection, and there is dimmable lighting to suit the mood.
Hairdryers, irons and ironing boards are provided.
Up three stairs from the lounge is a small double bedroom painted in Jasper Cane with a super comfy Medieval Gothic styled double bed with Digital DAB radio and ipod docking station.
The master bedroom boasts one of the largest beds in the County, a magnificent 7 foot long by 6 foot wide 4 poster bed draped in red and gold tapestries. With over 200 separate parts this 'Kerry' Monster is the creation of a true craftsman.
This spacious room also sports many original newspapers as well as numerous-humorous 19th Century Punch Prints and a show case of football memorabilia. A complimentary bottle of champagne on arrival awaits guests who book the romantic tariff.
With its high apex heavy oak beamed ceiling, and its small paned timber windows, it creates that Tudor atmosphere. Available for your pleasure there is an LCD TV with DVD & freeview and a CD player as well as an iPod docking station. There is a small cloakroom (wc and hand basin) off the bedroom. Across the landing is the bathroom, painted in burnt ginger with an antique floor made from old pews, with luxurious bathrobes, towels, hairdryer & a fine selection of toiletries.
Please note this suite contains a fine selection of memorabilia.
Outside there is a small seating area by the pond complete with candelabra which guests can light to complete that romantic setting.
We are less than a minute from the village centre where there are a number of patisseries, cafes and coffee shops (including Costa Coffee) which open from 7.30am for breakfast.
A continental breakfast can be left in your fridge at a cost of £9 per person. Consisting of chopped fruit, yogurt, ham, cheese, loaf of bread, butter, jams and fresh orange juice. Please inform us if you require this breakfast.
Full English breakfasts and sumptuous Continental breakfasts are available close by at The Alderley Edge Hotel. This award winning establishment is famed for its dining experience taken in The Alderley Edge Restaurant, an elegant conservatory with panoramic views across the Cheshire Plain.