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Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa, Nantwich

Main Road, Worleston, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 6DQ, UK
Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa, Nantwich Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa, Nantwich 01270 610016 Main Road Worleston Nantwich
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  • Free Wifi
    Free Wifi
  • Disabled Rooms
    Disabled Rooms
  • Private Car Park
    Private Car Park
  • Lift
  • Leisure with pool
    Leisure with pool
  • Spa Treatments
    Spa Treatments
  • Gym

Enjoy commanding views over the Cheshire countryside at the four star Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa. Relax in one of the enchanting bedrooms, delight in delicious food with a warm country house charm and spoil yourself in the luxurious spa.

Fiona BeatonTravel Trade Executive
Rooms & Facilities
Facilities: swipe to see more
  • Free Wifi
    Free Wifi
  • Disabled Rooms
    Disabled Rooms
  • Private Car Park
    Private Car Park
  • Lift
  • Leisure with pool
    Leisure with pool
  • Spa Treatments
    Spa Treatments
  • Gym

Number of Bedrooms: 70

Parking Spaces: 100

Steps into Hotel: 1

Check In Time: 3pm

Check Out Time: 11am

The Rookery Hall Hotel in Worleston near Nantwich started life as a private house for the wealthy William Hilton Cooke and was built in 1816. In 1867 the ‘French chateau’ tower was added and further expansion over the years has seen this country house transform into the luxury spa hotel in Cheshire that stands before you today. Surrounded by 38 acres of countryside, the Rookery Hall is a great choice when looking for an escape to the country, yet it is still conveniently located close to Nantwich, Chester, Stoke and Manchester. 

Enjoy an enchanting mix of the old and new when choosing accommodation at the Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa. In the Old Hall are 10 wonderful bedrooms, including two Junior Suites featuring period detail, garden views and traditional styling. The 1990's wing hosts 21 Classic bedrooms, Junior Suites and Suites while adjacent is the executive wing with 39 contemporary and stylish Executive bedrooms. These come with a number of indulgent touches, not least the televisions is set into the bathroom tiles.

The team of chef’s at the Rookery Hall take inspiration from the surrounding Cheshire countryside and abundance of natural produce on the doorstep when putting together the hotels delicious dishes. The menu is well-rounded with classic British dishes and Hand Picked favourites, each enhanced with a contemporary twist. The hotel’s Drawing Room, bar and terraces offer guests a variety of settings within which to enjoy an indulgent afternoon tea, refreshing cocktail or light lunch, whilst relaxing with friends or colleagues and enjoying the warm atmosphere.

Whatever your reason for visiting, you will get a warm welcome at the Old Stables, which has been developed into a fantastic health club and spa with treatment rooms, swimming pool, gym and hydrotherapy pool.

The Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year. Book online today with My Hotel Break.



tick TV
tick Tea/Coffee
tick Iron/Board
tick Toiletries
tick Hairdryer
tick Telephone
tick Room Service
tick Cots Supplied
tick Ground Floor Rooms
tick Wifi
tick Interconnecting Rooms
tick Walk In Showers

Feel at home in the Rookery Hall hotel’s Classic bedrooms, which offer a wide range of amenities, including all the four star facilities you would expect. Most of the bedrooms are situated in the 1990’s wing, which links to the Old Hall.

Executive bedrooms offer you a larger bedroom with more living space and comfortable seating. They are located in the separate executive wing of the hotel. A unique feature of these bedrooms is the "tilevision" televisions and the multi experience showers in the bathrooms. Many of these bedrooms can be converted to twins, please just let us know.

The Double Deluxe bedrooms are located in the executive wing and offer you more space for kicking back and being indulgent. They come with a bay window, comfortable seating, including a sofa bed – and the wonderful ‘tilevision’ televisions and multi experience showers in the bathrooms.

Junior Suites:
June can be found in the Old Hall and its large original windows are perfect for soaking up the views of the back gardens, fountain lawn and Cheshire countryside. You cannot help but be captivated. This is a large bedroom, with a seating area and original features. A neutral colour scheme and a half tester bed (canopy extends over half the length) make for a very welcoming suite.

January is located in the French chateau style tower of the Old Hall and its large bay windows offer views of the front garden and lake. With warm period colours, contemporary fixtures and original features this is a wonderful space for brides and bridesmaids to prepare themselves on that special day.

Hilton Cook is located in the 1990’s wing on the corner of the hotel. It is a large bedroom with an archway through to a living room, making it a generous space for families. The large contemporary bathroom has an ornate roll top bath for that little extra indulgence.

Located in the 1990’s wing, Schroeder has large bay windows with accompanying views over the front lawns and gardens. With a neutral colour scheme, a contemporary bathroom and a separate living room this is the perfect place to unwind.

Bar & Restaurant

tick Outdoor Dining Terrace

The Restaurant
The Restaurant at Rookery Hall has been awarded an AA Rosette for it’s simple yet elegant menu of modern British food, whilst offering guests and locals the perfect setting for a relaxed evening meal.

The Chef has created a menu that celebrates the best of the region’s produce, and regularly updates this menu to take advantage of what’s in season. This approach ensures that the finest and freshest ingredients are used to deliver vibrant plates of food, packed full of flavour.

The Restaurant has a host of charming period features which have been lovingly maintained and nod to the hotel’s historical past. Rich wood panelling and decorative latticework adorn the walls and ceiling, whilst large bay windows offer stunning views of the grounds and countryside beyond.

Sample Restaurant Menu
Sample Wine List

Dinner: 6.30pm - 9.30pm
Advance table reservations are strongly advised prior to arrival as tables cannot always be guaranteed for residents.

Drawing Room
At Rookery Hall we invite you to make yourself at home, and there is no better way to do this than by heading to the Drawing Room to put up your feet with a good book, freshly brewed coffee or light lunch.

By day, the room affords peaceful views across the grounds and by night it is a cosy place to unwind, not least because of the open fires. It is the perfect place for sampling our afternoon tea, featuring homemade scones, fruit cake and, for some extra sparkle, a glass of Champagne.

Alternatively, enjoy a drink in the wood-panelled bar, which boasts a well-stocked selection of spirits as well as a huge array of boutique local gins - let our bartender recommend a dry, fragrant or botanical concoction to suit your tastes. On bright summer days, the bar’s terrace area is an idyllic spot for a refreshing cocktail or al fresco lunch, with the fountain bubbling away on the manicured lawn.

Both The Drawing Room and the bar offer an inviting place to enjoy a board game or catch up with friends and colleagues after a long day, and the bar is open to residents until late so you can enjoy a late night digestif before retiring to the comfort of your bedroom.

Open: 10am - 10pm
Bar: 10am until midnight (residents may drink until the early hours)

The Spa Café
The Spa Café and Bar offers contemporary dining with a healthy focus. The café menus offer a selection of pastas, grills, sandwiches and salads whilst the full service bar provides a good selection of wines and bottled beers.

Open: Monday - Thursday 10am – 3pm | Friday - Sunday 10am - 4pm
Bar: 10am – 6pm



tick Fitness Suite
tick Sauna
tick Steam Room
tick Relaxation Area
tick Beauty Treatments
tick Hydrotherapy Pool
tick Spa Lounge

The Rookery Hall Hotel’s award winning spa boasts a host of spa and leisure facilities making it an idyllic sanctuary.

Deep in the Cheshire countryside is the award winning signature spa built in the original stable block of the estate. It is an oasis of calm and designed to create the perfect environment for wellbeing and relaxation.

Be spoilt in the manicure and pedicure room with views out over the beautiful gardens and the countryside beyond, or relax in the deep relaxation room with its soft lighting. A wide range of beauty therapies are available from body treatments to m massages guests can relax in quiet contemplation under the skilled hands of the therapists.

View Spa Brochure Here

The spa and health club facilities include a stunning glass roofed 17 metre swimming pool, hydrotherapy pool, crystal steam room and sauna.

Opening times: Monday – Friday 6.30am - 10pm, Saturday - Sunday 7am – 9pm (please note that the facilities close half an hour before the closing time of the Health Club building)

The hotel has a allocated family swim times where children can enjoy the use of thepool under adult supervision.

• Monday – Thursday 2pm - 5pm
• Friday 3pm- 6.30pm*
• Saturday & Sunday 9am – 11am & 3pm – 6.30pm*
*last entry for children’s swim 6pm

1 adult must accompany every 2 children under 8 in the swimming pool. Children under 18 (but 8 year and over) must be accompanied by an adult in the pool hall.

Children under the age of 16 are not permitted to use the hydrotherapy pool, sauna or steam room.


Location & Directions

Directions to Rookery Hall Hotel in Worleston 

You will find Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa situated just a short drive from Nantwich and junction 9 of the M56 with ample free parking. You can get here by rail in just 95 minutes Euston to Crewe using the Virgin Rail high speed service.

Directions By Road

From Manchester airport

Take the M56 signposted Chester. Leave the M56 at junction 9 and follow signs for the M6 southbound. Leave the M6 at junction 18. Then follow directions for travelling from the north below.

From the north

Leave the M6 at junction 18. Follow signs for Middlewich on the A54 and then take the A530 for Nantwich. Follow this road for 3 miles, passing the Verdin Arms pub. Some 400 yards later, turn right, signposted Church Minshull. In the village, turn left towards Nantwich on the B5074, passing the Badger Public House. Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa is located 3 and a half miles on the left.

From the south

Leave the M6 at junction 16 and take the A500 to Nantwich. Follow this road continuing straight over the next 3 roundabouts signposted A500/A51 Chester. At the 4th roundabout, turn right, taking the 3rd exit, still signposted A500/A51 Chester. Continue straight over the next 2 roundabouts. At the final roundabout you should take the third exit, sign posted B5074, towards Worleston and Winsford. On the B5074 Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa is 1 mile along this road on the right-hand side.

Notice Board

Hotel Notice Board

*Please note that the leisure and spa facilities are currently closed due to government guidance on covid 19. We will update guests if there are any changes to this*

Things to See and Do
tick Walking
tick Horse Riding
tick Cycling
tick Horse Racing
tick Golf in Local Area
tick Climbing

Nestled within acres of charming Cheshire countryside Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa is perfectly located from which to explore all of the county’s charms and delights.

Things to see and do while staying at the Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa
Blakemere Village
Ness Botanic Gardens
Tatton Park & Gardens
Roman Tours near Cheshire
Blue Planet Aquarium
Chester Zoo
Little Moreton Hall & Gardens
Quarry Bank Mill and Garden

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