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Mere Court Hotel Warrington Road, Mere, Knutsford Cheshire WA16 0RW T 01565 831 000


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Mere Court Hotel in Cheshire offers great facilities for conferences and meetings.


Mere Court is a fine Country House Hotel in Knutsford, Cheshire standing in seven acres of gardens and grounds with an ornamental lake.


The hotel boasts 34 luxurious bedrooms including many with jacuzzi spa baths and king size beds, including two four posters. Bed & breakfast starts from £75.00. The Arboreum Restaurant boasts one Rosette with oak beams and crystal chandeliers, offering a traditional setting in superb surroundings for dinner. It serves


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traditional and modern cuisine for lunch or dinner with a Du Jour Menu from £19.95 or A la Carte Menu. It is available for private dining with prior notice. A1 Lighting readers can receive 20 per cent off the above menus with this editorial.


The conservatory, just one of the hotel’s function rooms, is an ideal setting for any occasion for up to 200 guests, offering a light spacious room leading onto the garden terrace with views over the


ornamental lake. The Dunkerley suite is a traditional function room accommodating up to 90 guests; there are three further rooms for private dining or meeting in the main house. The Conference Centre, a designated


area for delegates, has six suites ranging in size for 2-60 delegates with air conditioning, and the atrium offers a relaxing area for coffee breaks. The hotel is just 20 minutes from Manchester Airport.


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