The Merlin suite offers luxurious 5 star self contained accommodation. It is filled with sumptuous leather furniture, antique prints, and each room has its own indulgent character.
The Lounge has half timbered walls which are decorated in golds, reds, blues, browns and creams!!! For your enjoyment there is a 32 inch flat screen TV with freeview, DVD ( with good film library ), CD player (with discs) , a DAB radio with iPod docking station and complimentary WiFi iinternet.
Hidden away 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. A sumptous Antique Tan leather settee (complete with luxurious sheepskin rug to pamper your feet) and a leather topped yew desk, which can be used as a working area, complete the lounge.
Hairdryers, irons and ironing boards are provided.
In the bedroom which is heavily beamed there is a 4 poster double bed draped in red and gold tapestries. Adjacent is an ensuite bathroom with large walk-in shower along with luxurious bathrobes, towels, hairdryer & a fine selection of toiletries.
This suite is probably the most zany in existance not only with its colours but also its ivy clad windows!! and the TV which is on an arm that can swing round from the lounge so it can be enjoyed in the bedroom.
Outside there is a small private seating area near the pond. Please note that on one side of the bedroom there are very low beams.
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.