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Mickle Trafford Manor
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Reviewed 25 June 2014

I have stayed here numerous times and the service and experience is always second to none! Sam especially is an absolute star, the breakfasts are outstanding too - not to mention the cloud like beds! Even though we live in Chester itself, it is special enough for us to return for special occasions and feel like weve had a break away. Cant recommend this place highly enough

Room Tip: Bridal Suite
  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Katy_D_Chester
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Reviewed 12 June 2014

A few years ago I used this fantastic hotel on a weekly basis. I have honestly stayed in every room and many times. It's a fantastic hotel, fantastic food and run by lovely people who go out of their way to make your stay perfect. Book with confidence. It's a few minutes drive to the City Centre and walkable to pubs and a bus stop within yards of the door.

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank RodBromiley
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Reviewed 6 June 2014

We booked a two night stay here for before and after a friend's wedding, in nearby Saughall. We paid £90/night for the master bedroom for two, to include breakfast, and it was worth every penny and then some. We've stayed at some wonderful B&Bs in the UK and this is one of the best!

The room:
Spotlessly clean, tastefully decorated in keeping with the character - lovely high ceilings with beams. Massive bed, very comfortable, and extra pillows and blankets as needed. Lots of space (and hangers) to put clothes away too.

Arrival:
There was a glass of sherry each waiting for us in our room on arrival, and some mints. The owner, Sam, was very welcoming, showed us to our room, and explained about breakfast. We arrived late but this was no problem for her at all. There was a lovely open fire on when we got there, which, after an epic journey on the M6, was very welcome.

Bathroom:
WOW. Massive bath big enough for two. Rain shower (separate). Big fluffy towels. Robes and toiletries (including the basic stuff like toothpaste and shaving foam that everyone forgets) were provided, which was a nice touch. His + hers sinks with a big mirror each, plus a large freestanding mirror within reach of the sockets! If I had one (very minor) criticism it would be that the hairdryer could be better, luckily I brought my own, but it wasn't much better than the travel ones, and good ones wouldn't cost too much to put in.

Breakfast:
Perfect for my meat-eating husband, and lots of continental choices for vegetarian me. They also offered me the non-meat elements of the english breakfast, which was nice, but it was a shame there wasn't a proper veggie option, with veggie sausages, for example. The fruit/yoghurt, pastries/toast selection were all excellent though and still better than many places we've been. Another nice touch was the lemon drizzle cake available mid morning!

Location:
It was perfect for us, as we drive, and the wedding was nearby. The local taxi company advertised were very good, fairly priced and on time. We didn't explore the grounds as we were out most of the weekend, but they looked lovely and well-kept. There's parking outside the B&B too, which is always helpful, and a cash point at the post office up the road (they don't take card).

We would definitely come back here if we were heading up that way again, a really lovely place and a credit to the owner!

Room Tip: The master bedroom was stunning!
  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank SarahFrancis
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Reviewed 1 May 2014

Stayed here for our wedding night in the Balcony Room - lovely room, comfortable bed and plenty of space. What was really nice was the hosts made us so welcome in a very relaxed "make yourself at home" sort of way. There's plenty of space downstairs so you needn't feel confined to your room (although even if you were it wouldn't be a bad place to be!). The breakfast was lovely too - lots of choice and again nice and relaxed.

Room Tip: We stayed in the balcony room and found it lovely and peaceful. Could certainly recommend it.
  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Ian B
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Reviewed 9 April 2014

My wife, young son and I stopped here for 3 nights back in October 2012.

Our first impressions were that it was a lovely, lovely home. Upon getting into our room (you could even call it "the wing of the house"(master room)) we were blown away.

Sammy and family have done a fantastic job maintaining the property and it just enhances your staying experience.

Although it's in a quiet village, there are amenities 10 minutes drive away with an excellent pub just up the road (The Chester Fields).

Chester Zoo and Cheshire Oaks no more than 10 minutes away also.

We will definitely be returning in the not too distant future.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with family
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Thank Erimus85
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