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Welcome to Premier Inn Macclesfield North

Address: Springwood Way, Prestbury, SK10 2XA

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Part of Tytherington Business Park, Premier Inn Macclesfield North is a comfortable hotel with an on-site Table Table restaurant, free parking and rooms with great beds. The Premier Inn is just west of the Peak District and about 27.4 km south of Manchester. Some rooms at Premier Inn can take 2 adults and up to 2 children (under 16 years). The 2 children also get a free full breakfast when accompanied by an adult eating a full breakfast. The full all-you-can-eat breakfast has the expected cooked items, including vegetarian sausages, as well as a wide continental selection.

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Macclesfield Golf Club - Macclesfield - Golf

Macclesfield Golf Club - Macclesfield - Golf

Distance 2.31 miles (3.7 km)
Visiting golfers wishing to visit this friendly members Club situated just 10 miles from Manchester Airport, immediately adjacent to the Peak National Park, will be most welcome. The views from the course are outstanding looking west across the Cheshire Plain to the Welsh hills some forty miles away whilst to the east can be seen the southern tip of the Pennine chain and the perimeter of the Peak District. Unfortunately it is not possible to allow sit-on caddy cars on the course. When your game is finished, a warm welcome awaits you in the Clubhouse.

The Macclesfield College - University

The Macclesfield College - University

Distance 2.42 miles (3.86 km)
The Macclesfield College is a further learning institute located at Cheshire, England. The College offers Foundation degrees, and Higher and Advanced Diplomas for 16-19 year olds. The various subjects available at the College include art, photography and crafts, business and administration, childcare, health and social care, catering and hospitality, sign language, design and creative information technology, electrical engineering and aerospace, English and creative writing, hair, beauty and holistic therapies, health and safety, home and garden, languages, music and drama, public services, science and mathematics, skills for life, sports studies, teacher training, and travel and tourism

Macclesfield Town Football Club - Football Club

Macclesfield Town Football Club - Football Club

Distance 2.82 miles (4.51 km)
Macclesfield Town Football Club is an English football team. The club was formed in 1874 and is based in the small town of Macclesfield in Cheshire. The club play their home games at the 6,028 capacity Moss Rose stadium. "The Silkmen" will contest the 2005/06 season in Football League Two under the management of Brian Horton. The club made history when a Macclesfield Town player Chris Priest scored the final goal of the last millennium. In recent years the club has had a number of managers, including David Moss and club stalwart John Askey, but few have come close to the achievements of fans favourite Sammy McIlroy. He brought the club to its highest league position ever, having taken them to Division Two.

The Anson Engine Museum - Museum

The Anson Engine Museum - Museum

Distance 4.61 miles (7.38 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.