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Best Hotels in Crewe

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Crewe is a large historic town set in the rolling green hills of Cheshire. The town is full of striking redbrick buildings and old-world timbered Tudor houses, and the bustling tree-lined streets echo with the sound of friendly chatter. Crewe’s rich cultural heritage as an erstwhile railway town provides intriguing museums that tell of its remarkable history. Crewe also boasts an impressive arts scene, with its stately white-walled theatre showcasing year-round theatrical performances and toe-tapping live music.

Things to see

Begin your Crewe morning by paying a visit to the Heritage Centre, an enthralling railway museum that tells of Crewe’s impressive locomotive industry. The museum’s entertaining exhibits are whimsically set in the carriages of old-fashioned train cars. After, visit Crewe Hall, a redbrick Jacobean mansion crowned by a small spiked steeple. Amble around the tiny adjoining village of Crewe Green, where the small tree-lined streets house hidden green spaces stippled with bright yellow tulips. Head back to central Crewe for a spot of lunch at one of the many traditional taverns, where you can enjoy hearty home-cooking beneath the striking black beams of old Tudor interiors. Shoppers can splurge at the Market Centre - which provides in and outdoor markets throughout the week - and search dozens of stalls for a beautiful bargain. As the evening draws in, stop for a show at The Lyceum, Crewe’s chandelier-strung Edwardian theatre.

Hotels in Crewe

A handful of 3-star hotels in Crewe offer comfortable accommodation that provides large rooms complete with queen-size beds, en-suites, complimentary WiFi and HD television. Dotted throughout Crewe’s surrounding countryside, you’ll find a selection of superb 4-star hotels set in enormous Georgian and Jacobean halls and mansions. These provide luxuriously large rooms, opulent in-house dining and relaxed bar lounges, all surrounded by luscious, well-maintained green grounds. For unique accommodation, stay in one of the surprisingly affordable 3-star B&Bs or historic ivy-clad farmhouses, where the Cheshire hills gently roll into the horizon.

Where to stay

Central Crewe is ideal for those seeking an old-world urban getaway with the comforts of quaint cafés, family-run restaurants and fire-lit taverns at your feet. The markets buzz to the tune of bartering shoppers, and the redbrick houses - capped with hanging flower baskets - warmly glow in the gentle Crewe sunset. For a holiday immersed in a peaceful rural landscape cut through by the fresh silver sheen of rivers and streams, stay slightly south of Crewe, where a number of tiny hamlets house old-world B&Bs. If you’re searching for an electrifyingly exciting city holiday, stay in nearby Chester.

How to get to Crewe

Owing to its central role in the grand locomotive industry, Crewe is extremely well served by a monumental railway station that boasts epic arches and striking red walls. With 12 platforms, Crewe Station provides round-the-clock services throughout the country, with direct trains to Edinburgh, Cardiff, Manchester, and to London Euston at a mere 1 hour 30 minutes away. If arriving by car, Crewe is conveniently located 10 miles off of the M6 motorway. Once in Crewe, local bus services can take you around the surrounding villages, but having your own car is the easiest way to explore Cheshire’s exemplary countryside.