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A luxury country house hotel in Cheshire

AA Four Red Star inspector's choice
70 bedrooms, 7 feature rooms
Check-in: 3pm, Check-out: 11am
Dog-friendly hotel & staff
Relaxing Spa and treatments
Private Health Club
Complimentary parking onsite
Electric car chargepoint

Discover Cheshire

Housing England's oldest racecourse, the Roodee which was once a Roman harbour, as well as the 1,000-year-old Catherdral, this historic city has plenty to experience during a staycation in Cheshire.

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Our Heritage

Rookery Hall was built in 1816, which at that time was known as "The Rookery, Worleston". It was the home of William Hilton Cooke who was a wealthy land owner, owning over 500 acres in this area.

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What our guests say

"Everything was a highlight for us! A very large and sincere thanks to all the staff who made our visit so special. We would have loved to stay forever." July 2021

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Luxury hotels in Cheshire

Whether you’re looking for a quiet weekend or a wedding location, Rookery Hall’s beauty is sure to draw you in. Built in 1816, the impressive history of this luxurious hotel is evident. External walls of fine, mellowed sandstone surround a fairy-tale tower, and inside the Hall, oak, mahogany and the fine marble fireplace speak to its grandeur.

Spa hotel breaks

Rookery Hall’s state-of-the-art spa was built within the original stable block. From the spa’s calm, scenic surroundings, guests can enjoy a variety of treatments delivered by an experienced team of therapists. The Cheshire hotel’s spa offers something for everyone, with eight treatment rooms, an amber lounge, pools and steam rooms.

One of the best country hotels Cheshire has to offer

Rookery Hall is perfectly placed as a base from which to explore the stunningly beautiful Cheshire countryside. Cheshire’s Peak District is nearby, as is stone-built Bollington, where guests will be able to climb Kerridge Hill. In fact, the 70-bedroom country hotel is itself set amidst 38 acres of gardens and wooded parkland.

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