Welcome to the Alexandra Court Hotel
Character Class Comfort
The Alexandra Court is an exclusive, privately owned, boutique hotel. This Victorian building has been lovingly restored and sympathetically renovated in keeping with the Victorian period feel.
This exclusive, privately owned, boutique-style hotel is housed in a beautiful Victorian building, which has now been lovingly restored and sympathetically renovated in keeping with the Victorian period feel.
The Alexandra Court Hotel has 13 en suite rooms, including single, double, family and twin rooms, as well as deluxe double rooms. All of the rooms have TVs, tea/coffee making facilities and luxurious toiletries and bathroom products.
Free wireless broadband internet access is available throughout the hotel.
Near the town of Congleton, the hotel has a quiet, peaceful location but is conveniently within easy reach of the M6 motorway.
Limited free parking is available for guests.
Astbury Mere Country Park
Dog- & family-friendly area with a network of trails & fishing lake on a former sand-quarry site.
- Park run
- Educational visits
- Orienteering course
- Guided walks and events
- Dog walking
- Water sports on the lakes are managed by Peak Pursuits
Little Moreton Hall
Iconic Tudor Manor House
‘Logically it should not still be standing up!’
Seeing the tumbling architecture of Little Moreton Hall for the first time, engineers in 1990 could not believe their eyes. Fortunately this timber-framed building, curled around with a scenic moat, has defied logic for over 500 years.
This beautiful park in the market town of Congleton in Cheshire, is bordered by the River Dane and Park wood.
- Bandstand - brass bands, jazz concerts etc.
- Bowling Green - both Private and Public use
- Children's Play Area
- Jubilee Gardens
- Playing Field - rugby, sports and large events
- Town Wood - designated as an Ancient and Semi Natural Woodland as well as a county Site of Biological Importance
- Park or Jubilee Pavilion- Park Pavilion Bar & Grill
Jodrell Bank itself is underpinned by a story of great scientific achievement and discovery, intertwined with world events. It is home to the Lovell Telescope – recognised as a Grade 1 listed structure – the highest accolade given to important heritage structures in the UK.