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Welcome to Carden Park Hotel, Golf Resort and Spa

Address: Carden Park, Malpas, CH3 9DQ

Hotel Description

Set within 1000 acres of Cheshire countryside, Carden Park Hotel, Golf Resort and Spa features a modern spa, 2 golf courses and luxury rooms with scenic views. Just 20 minutes’ drive from Chester, there is free parking and free Wi-Fi. The elegant rooms offer private bathrooms with free toiletries and showers. Rooms also feature plasma-screen TVs with Sky channels and tea and coffee facilities. In a 17th-century estate, Carden Park Hotel, Golf Resort and Spa has a fitness centre with a swimming pool, gym, and treatment rooms. Redmond’s Restaurant serves a creative menu featuring local produce, and The Vines offers casual dining. Morgan’s Bar serves afternoon teas and evening drinks, and there is also Jack’s Golf Bar. Carden Park Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa is surrounded by beautiful countryside, and has a private vineyard. Just a 20-minute drive from Wrexham, the Welsh Border is 5 minutes away.

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Beeston Castle - Cheshire - Castle

Beeston Castle - Cheshire - Castle

Distance 6.3 miles (10.08 km)
Standing majestically on a sheer rocky crag, Beeston has perhaps the most stunning views of any castle in England. Its history stretches back more than 4,000 years to when it was a Bronze Age hillfort. The huge castle was built in 1226 and soon became a royal stronghold, only falling centuries later during in the Civil War. The Castle of the Rock exhibition outlines the history of this strategic site from prehistoric times, through the Middle Ages to the Civil War.