What We Love
- A romantic country stay at England's only intact medieval-style castle, with renowned diningExploring the castle's winding corridors and turrets
- Choosing between dinner at 2010 Brasserie or the award-winning 1851 Restaurant
- Unwinding with some time out in the spa
What To Know
- This fairytale castle sits on a hilltop overlooking the Cheshire plains
- There are a ton of activities including a private Land Rover tour, falconry classes and tastings in the wine cellar
- Inside, the decor feels medieval with stone walls, spiral turret staircases, towers and open fires
Perched high on a hill with stunning vistas across the Cheshire plains, the dramatic Peckforton Castle combines fairytale charm with modern luxury to create an exclusive four-star hotel retreat with a real touch of enchantment. Being the only intact medieval-style castle in the country, you have the rare chance to indulge your chivalric side with stone walls, spiral turret staircases, towers and open fires that add a touch of fantasy to your stay.
With individually designed castle bedrooms, atmospheric dining with exquisite cuisine and a range of gung-ho country activities such as falconry and Land Rover experiences, you’ll feel like king of the castle from the moment you pass through the drawbridge.
How to Get There
Me and my partner have just spend 1 night here for our 4th wedding anniversary. We got the deal from groupon so paid a good price. The castle is beautiful and the room we had which was a basic room was also really nice, clean and spacious. We did have a problem that we needed to speak to the manager about but the sorted it quickly and more than made up for it. The staff in the hotel are so friendly and so welcoming it really does make a massive difference. The spa is really nice and we used the hot tub which was amazing. We had a 3 course meal in the evening which nice, but the breakfast in the morning was amazing. There was so much choice. There was cereals, yogurts, plenty of fruit, crossaints, and plenty of hot food, bacon eggs ect. They bring toast to your table and filter coffee. It was honestly the best hotel breakfast Iv had in a hotel. The wine cellar bar is also worth a visit at night. Lovely atmosphere. We will definitely be returning.
We stayed here for one night after staying at a lovely Welsh Inn the night before. The castle was impressive, the staff were friendly, the public areas well kept. Our room 501 however was up several flights of stairs, it was dark and dingy, and the view was awful looking out over a gas tank and a generator I think (see picture). The room was warm enough and the bathroom was small but OK. There was alot of dust in the room and unfortunately the attention to detail from the cleaning staff wasn't great, something had been spilt some time ago and never cleaned up (see picture). The Castle seemed more geared up to functions rather than private guests, alot of areas were out of bounds and noisy guests partying into the night made it difficult to sleep. On the face of it it's impressive, but it seems to be all show and we won't be
Went for Christmas meal and stay over. Ate in restaurant and meal was amazing. Had a couple of drinks in the wine cellar which was very nice. Rooms very excellent with lovely toiletries. Our third stay. Tea coffee and water in rooms. Castle has kept originality. Cant wait for next visit.
Breathtaking location. Charming attentative staff, who went out of their way to help and show us around. Lovely room with very large bathroom and comfortable beds. Good food, especially the buffet breakfast.
Fabulous place, had a room in the turret, amazing place. Very clean, luxurious feel. Excellent food, staff friendly and helpful. Surrounding woods ideal for walks. Spa looked great although didn’t try it. Would highly recommend and hopefully will return.