We stayed here recently just looking for a quiet, relaxing night away and from the website the hotel seems to fit the bill. The receptionist was friendly, but the communal areas looked a bit dated and in need of some money being spent
The room (Millennium), which is apparently their most contemporary, was OK, but for £125 per night, room only, I think you're entitled to something better than that. Again, the furnishing (apparently 'silver leaf') just look like fairly average pine furniture painted silver- fine, but not if you are pushing the room as 'contemporary' and 'modern'.
Other minor gripes were the 'self-service' bar, located in the conservatory, which had nothing going on (not a big problem as the hotel is handy for the village) and the room was incredibly hot at night- it did have an air-con unit, but it was noisy and not ideal for getting/staying asleep.
On the plus side, as above, it is handy for the village (we ate at 'Nice', where the food was decent and there was a bit of atmosphere- I believe the Village restaurant is good, but Prestbury as a 'place to go' is a bit disappointing- the Legh Arms and the Bridge Hotel also feel a bit stilted), on-site parking, and the bathroom/steamroom was different and a good feature.
I think it needs some money spent to be the luxurious, boutique hotel it seems to be aiming for. I'm not sure if it relies on the wedding trade, as there is an attractive church in the middle of the village, but we wouldn't rush back.
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