Woodcote House is a Hotel on the Wirral close to Liverpool and Chester


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Warrington Hotels

For people looking to explore the North West of England – whether it’s the cultural hotpot of Liverpool, the wealth of activities always going on in Manchester or the history-rich city of Chester – an ideal place to stay is the Cheshire town of Warrington. Hotels here tend to reflect the diversity of the area, with everything from quick, economy stop-off points to luxurious accommodation offered. At the Woodcote House Hotel, we offer everything you could want in a stay near Warrington.

What types of people look for Warrington hotels?

Cheshire, Merseyside and Greater Manchester are counties that lend themselves as well to business as they do to leisure. Liverpool is the workplace of many people from areas like the Wirral, Ellesmere Port and Southport, while Manchester city centre brings in commuters from a wide berth around it for work purposes. By no means are the employment opportunities in the area restricted to its two main cities, however, with plenty of folks heading out to industrious towns like Runcorn, Widnes, Skelmersdale and, of course, Warrington.

Hotels in these areas are aware of this and are generally well set up to cater to people on business visits. Most businesspeople will no doubt consider a peaceful room in which to get a good night’s sleep to be vital, as is a restaurant providing a great meal to keep them going over that important day ahead.

That is not to say that everyone who stays in Warrington or its surrounding areas does so purely for business purposes. Warrington is a great place for shopping opportunities, with the triangle of diverse cities around it adding to the rich heritage of the town itself. Warrington is the site of the UK’s oldest Ikea store, built in 1987, and the Scandinavian all-purpose store continues to bring people into the town, while its Golden Square Shopping Centre means there is ample opportunity to enjoy a day on the high street without even leaving the town.

Fans of sport will know that the North West is a hotbed of talent and passion, and Warrington has four of the biggest football clubs in the world on its doorstep (two each in Liverpool and Manchester). The areas sandwiched in between the two big cities are more known for their rugby league heritage, however, with Warrington, Wigan, Widnes and St. Helens all boasting major clubs. Warrington also offers plenty of opportunities to head out to the races, with the courses at Chester, Haydock and Grand National-hosting Aintree all just a short journey away.

With several high-profile footballers and cricketers having been born in the town, this sporting enthusiasm reflects one of the key reasons why people stay in Warrington and other nearby towns.

Choosing from Warrington hotels

With the area offering so much, those visiting Warrington will want to make sure that they choose accommodation that doesn’t fall short of their expectations and put a dampener on their stay.

If you’re searching for Warrington hotels, look no further than the Woodcote House Hotel. Based just half an hour from Warrington, call us today to find out why we are the choice of so many people looking to stay in the area.

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  January - March 2014 menu now available, go to Restaurant tab and see our new menu

 The Woodcote restaurant is open for non residents, we have  recieved great reviews on trip advisor for the restaurant and hotel. We are that hidden gem that you have been looking for! We can also offer a great special menu where you and you guest can recieve two courses each, glass of house wine or soft drink each and a cup of tea or coffee! all for £30.00 only!!

So come on in and see what everyone raving about!



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