Cranage Hall and Cottons Hotel & Spa
The Crochet Sanctuary
The Crochet Sanctuary is hosted by both Lynda-Rose and Lisa at De Vere Cranage Estate formerly the country seat of the Armistead family, De Vere Cranage Estate is still very much a rural retreat today, tucked away in a peaceful corner of Cheshire. Designed by celebrated British architect Lewis Wyatt, red brick, warm yellow sandstone, and pretty green lawns wait to greet you at this Grade II listed building.
Here 21st-century style complements the rich heritage of the building; creating an eclectic mix of historic and new. And with a choice of traditional and modern spaces; the house offers a wonderful backdrop for elegant weddings and memorable events alike.
Seasonal eating is a big feature here. Enjoy freshly cooked dishes at the Tempus Restaurant & Bar or soak up the laid-back atmosphere at our outdoor terrace. Whilst upstairs rich décor and stylish furnishings ensure our bedrooms provide a welcome place for relaxation.
As you enjoy the peace and tranquillity, it’s easy to forget the hotel is just minutes from J18 of the M6 motorway, with direct rail links to Manchester city centre and within easy reach of Manchester Airport.
Free, superfast Wi-Fi is available throughout and up to 100m in the grounds.
Cottons Hotel & Spa
The Crochet Sanctuary is hosted by both Lynda-Rose and Lisa at Cottons Hotel & Spa which is a brand new venue for us!! Cottons Hotel & Spa have reassured us that, with the safety of their/our guests and team is their number one priority. The hotel is slightly more contemporary than Cranage Hall, with fabulous comfortable and cosy bedrooms, with your own bathrobe and slippers, access to the spa too, we think a few of you may be booking in for some spa treaments prior the The Crochet Sanctuary thats for sure! Cottons Hotel & Spa is situated just 1 mile away from the beautiful Knutsford town centre, Wi-Fi is available throughout, and all of your usual facilities in each bedroom.
Please read the Cottons Hotel & Spa Safety guide for COVID information