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Welcome to Moorside Grange Hotel and Spa

Address: Mudhurst Lane, Disley, Stockport, SK12 2AP

Hotel Description

All the delights of the Peak District are at your disposal when you stay at the Moorside Grange Hotel & Spa. The hotel is situated in acres of open moorland with superb views of the Pennines and the Cheshire Plain. Situated on the edge of Lyme Park with sensational views over the Pennines. Offering a superb leisure club with extensive facilities including spa, gym and beauty treatment rooms. A choice of dining options are available with formal or relaxed surroundings. An ideal location for a relaxing break.

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Lyme Park - Stockport - Country Home

Lyme Park - Stockport - Country Home

Distance 1.19 miles (1.9 km)
Great estate with lavishly decorated house and fine gardens. A Tudor house transformed into a huge Italianate palace in the 18th century. Tranquil Victorian garden, with roses, reflection lake and sunken parterre. Vast medieval deer park, moorland and woodland estate to explore. Famous scene in 'Pride & Prejudice' (1995) where Darcy emerges from a lake was filmed here.Adventure playground and lots of children's events throughout the year. An essentially eighteenth century house with a nineteenth century garden and a 4000 acre deer park. The garden has an orangery, elaborate bedding displays, a 'Dutch' garden (described as an 'Italian' garden when it was made), a woodland garden in a ravine, a lake, a lime avenue and a herbaceous border designed by Graham Stuart Thomas for the National Trust.

The Anson Engine Museum - Museum

The Anson Engine Museum - Museum

Distance 2.72 miles (4.36 km)
The Anson Engine Museum is located on the site of the old Anson Colliery at Poynton, near Stockport, Cheshire in the UK. The main building houses a large collection of engines all maintained in running order ranging from very early Crossley gas engines through to more modern diesels. The collection covers the entire life so far of the internal combustion engine with examples of every major development on display. Power for the museum is generated onsite by a Gardner 4L2, a Ruston 5YE and a Crossley BW4. Work is progressing on the new building, to be named the Les Cawley Memorial Building. The large Hornsby gas engine is now erected and has been turned over on air. Along with a number of other larger engines it will be housed in a new building waiting to be erected alongside the Stott.

New Mills Golf Club - New Mills - Golf

New Mills Golf Club - New Mills - Golf

Distance 2.74 miles (4.38 km)
Visitors and Societies find a welcoming and friendly atmosphere at New Mills Golf Club. The location is renowned for its natural beauty and affords panoramic views of the Cheshire Plain and beyond to the Welsh mountains in the west. Kinder Scout, the highest mountain in the Peak District, provides a dramatic backdrop to the course in the east. The course was established in 1907 and comprises 18 holes, with long and short game practice areas. The original 9 holes is complemented by a further 9 holes which opened in Spring 2002, providing a challenging course for all golfers.

Mellor and Townscliffe Golf Club - Stockport - Golf

Mellor and Townscliffe Golf Club - Stockport - Golf

Distance 3.59 miles (5.74 km)
Lying on the western hills of the Pennines where Derbyshire and Cheshire meet, Mellor is an interesting mixture of moorland and parkland golf. Magnificent views across the Cheshire plain and Derbyshire hills serve as a backdrop for a course to test the skills of all golfers at all levels. The opening holes although not long provide an immediate examination of shotmaking ability and are set amongst mixed woodland including oak and elegant silver birch. Holes seven to twelve now assume the true moorland character and the golfer who plays to his handicap on these challenging holes will be well satisfied.