Cotton Farm B & B
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Cotton Farm is a wonderful farmhouse bed and breakfast close to Chester, with gorgeous large rooms and set in peaceful countryside down a long, quiet lane. Cotton Farm is something of a hideaway bed and breakfast - we are one of Alastair Sawday's special places to stay. We have three spacious bedrooms, all stylishly decorated and comfortably furnished.

The gardens are in the classic English style, with resident hens and greater spotted woodpeckers. The farm is mainly sheep with arable land near the house. The guest bedrooms are in the original part of the farmhouse, which is at one end of the building - making them very quiet and rather self-contained. The fields around the farm are full of wildlife, and there are riverside walks through wildflower meadows over ancient packhorse bridges.

If you are coming to Cheshire and are looking for a top quality family-run B&B with bags of character, comfortable rooms and excellent breakfasts, call us on 01244 336616, use the Book Direct box at the top of the page, or send us an email.
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read more › This is a lovely big double room at the back of the house, overlooking the old orchard garden with a king size double bed and deep, comfy mattress to guarantee a good night's sleep. The en suite bathroom is huge, with a bath and shower, and stylish fittings to boot - including the original cheese lift from the building's past life as a dairy! Wake up to the view over the classic English garden - see if you can spot our resident greater spotted woodpecker!

read more › A soothing and calming double room, which will transport you far away from your cares and woes. Decorated throughout in Farrow & Ball shades of blues and greens, you can plan or reflect on your day while enjoying the peace and quiet. A large en suite bathroom with bath and shower, plus a wonderful king size bed, make this a room that you could happily live in for weeks on end.

read more › This room is available with either 2 single beds or one extra large double bed, with en-suite bathroom and features a sofa, tea/coffee maker and seating area. Free WiFi and a decanter of sherry are also provided. The room was lovely, the breakfast was delicious, the surroundings were beautiful and the staff where very friendly and polite. Would highly recommend to anyone.

read more › We try to make sure that breakfast is an enjoyable and sociable start to the day at Cotton Farm. We use as much food from the farm and from the area as we can, and we aim to give you all the choice you want. I trained at Leith's School of Food and Wine, and always try to meet any special requests guests may have. If you are vegetarian or following a restricted diet, please let us know when you book so that we can make sure we meet your needs. In the words of judges 'this award recognises those hotels and B&Bs where the owners, managers, chefs and staff have gone the extra mile to ensure the breakfast will exceed expectations'.

read more › Cotton Farm is blessed with a classic English country garden. Originally orchards that supplied the farm, the gardens were first established when the farmhouse was created in the 19th century. Today, the mature lawns, shrubs and trees create a picture of timelessness that our guests are welcome to enjoy. There is a table and benches where you can enjoy your breakfast outside in the warmer weeks. The chickens claim the north end of the garden, just beyond the large rhubarb clump - but as they pay rent in the form of eggs for your breakfast, we don't begrudge them this!

read more › Sat Nav: our postcode is CH3 7PG. This should get you onto Platts Lane at the end of our drive - ours is the second drive on the right-hand side (signposted 'B&B'). Stay on M56 for 17 miles, and leave at J15 for the M53 (Southbound), following signs for Chester. The M53 turns into the A55 at the first junction - it's still a dual carriageway, so you won't notice much difference. Stay on the A55 and leave at the next junction, taking the A51 and following signs for Nantwich, Tarvin and Tarporley - you need to take the 1st exit at the junction.

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