Hampton House Farm

Malpas, Cheshire
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    Type B&B
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    Bedrooms 2
  • £35 - £75 per room per night

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Peaceful and relaxing 16thC farmhouse, welcoming business or leisure guests. Close to Cheshire/Shropshire border, views towards Welsh Hills's.

Helen and Nick invite you to come and enjoy bed and breakfast in their period farmhouse, set in pretty gardens with stunning views towards the Welsh Hills. We have ample off road parking and we are situated for easy access to Chester, Shrewsbury and the North Wales Coast. There are many beautiful gardens and Stately Homes within a short drive.

Bedrooms are spacious, with super king beds ( can be presented as twin ) we use fine linens, tea/coffee tray, hairdryer and radio alarms are to be found in the rooms

Guest sitting room, this features original oak beams, open fire ( this is lit in cold weather ) and TV, the windows give views over the garden towards Wales and the Welsh Hills.

Guest dinning room, here you will be served our AA award winning breakfast, please visit our website for a look at our sample menu. If you have special dietary requirements or allergies, please contact us either by phone (01948820588 or email enquiries@hamptonhousefarm.co.uk)
 

Ratings

  • AA 4 Star Gold Bed and Breakfast
National Rating
AA
4 * rating
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    Double En-Suite 

    Bedroom 1
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    Sleeps 2
  • £35 - £75 per room per night

 A light and spacious room which can be configured with a Super Kingsize double bed or twin beds. Outlook over gardens towards the Welsh Hills.

Price PPPN based on two sharing.

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    Double En-Suite 

    Bedroom 3
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    Sleeps 2
  • £35 - £75 per room per night

Large oak beamed room overlooking gardens and Welsh Hills. Can be configured as a Super Kingsize double or twin bedded room.

Prices are PPPN based on two sharing.

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Additional Directions Information

FROM THE SOUTH :-Leave M6 at junction 10a onto M54, leave motorway at junction 3 follow signs for Whitchurch (A41) travel a further 6 miles north to Hampton. Turn right at cross roads (white railings on all sides), signposted Cholmondeley and Hampton Fisheries. Take the first left and Hampton House is immediately on yout right

FROM THE NORTH:-Leave M56 at junction 15 onto M53 Exit at the junction following junction 12 (signposted Chester, Nantwich and Whitchurch (A41) Take the A41 southbound towards Whitchurch, continue for 12 miles, cross over Hampton Heath roundabout, take first left, off the A41 signposted Cholmondeley and Hampton Springs Fisheries. Then take the first left again, Hampton House is immediately on your right.

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