Shrigley Hall Hotel

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor
Shrigley Hall Hotel & Spa

Not every hotel boasts its own 18-hole championship golf course. Whether you are handy with a putter, looking to unwind with some treatments or just explore the local landscape, Macclesfield’s The Shrigley Hall Hotel & Spa has much to offer. Set within 262 acres of grounds at the edge of the Peak District National Park, this Georgian country house hotel is a luxury base from which to explore Macclesfield and beyond.

From the grand Executive Suite, and deluxe rooms, through to allocated dog-friendly rooms for the most pampered pooches, the 19th century Shrigley Hall looks to provide for all travellers. Indeed there are some 155 rooms in varying sizes and styles suitable for romantic getaways, family stays or corporate stopovers.

Set within 262 acres of grounds at the edge of the Peak District National Park, this Georgian country house hotel is a luxury base from which to explore Macclesfield and beyond.

The onsite Bazaar Spa offers opportunities for decadence and relaxation — necessary after a day hiking up and down the Peaks. Housed in what was a Salesian chapel, guests can choose to be pampered in dedicated treatment rooms, or take their time enjoying the gym, pool, steam room and whirlpool jacuzzi. If you’d prefer to hit the links then the 71-par golf course runs through wild open parklands and woods, with options to suit every experience level or handicap.

However you choose to spend your days, there is a range of options for dining and refreshments available at the hotel. Guests and visitors can keep it traditional with a lavish afternoon tea or a hearty Sunday roast in The Oakridge Restaurant. Meanwhile, The Courtyard Bar offers a more relaxed vibe with light bites, drinks and al-fresco dining.

As you would expect from a full service country manor, couples can also book The Shrigley Hall Hotel for their wedding day. From intimate ceremonies to 300-guest blow-outs, there are spaces and packages that can be individually tailored to suit.

Shrigley Rd,MacclesfieldSK10 5SB View map
Telephone: 01625575757 Visit Now

Opening Hours

  • MondayOpen 24 hours
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  • SundayOpen 24 hours

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