The De Trafford Arms

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Overview

Period features with a modern hotel stay

The De Trafford Arms is a hotel with history. Built over 200 years ago by the local aristocratic Trafford family, the building served as a country house until it became an inn in the later 19th century, popular with visitors from Manchester. It has been a busy destination ever since, attracting guests from across the UK and around the world.
 

What makes a stay at The De Trafford Arms unique?

With its exposed wooden beams, brickwork, open fires and flickering candles, it’s a hotel that showcases its early 19th century origins. But it blends that period feel with a modern hotel experience. Each of the 34 en-suite bedrooms are tastefully furnished, bright and spacious, and offer comfy beds ideal for a restful night’s sleep. With free parking for guests and complimentary Wi-Fi, your stay will be smooth and hassle free. All you need do is relax and unwind after a busy day of work or leisure.

Set in fashionable Alderley Edge village, renowned for its quaint shops, beautiful surrounding countryside and celebrity residents, you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained within walking distance of the De Trafford Hotel. With Cheshire, the Peak District and vibrant Manchester all within easy reach, you’ll have access to fantastic shopping and nightlife, historical sites and striking countryside too.

What style cuisine is on offer at The De Trafford Arms?

Enjoy quality food and drink

Step inside the pub and restaurant and you’ll find a traditional setting with polished wood, open fires and candlelit tables. Relax with a glass of fine wine or a Greene King ale inside or head out into the beer garden.

Enjoy quality and affordable food inspired by traditional British cuisine cooked with modern flair, from pub classics and fresh fish to full Sunday roasts. The hotel serves cooked and continental breakfasts every morning. You’ll also find brunch, lunch and dinner menus, plus seasonal, Sunday and children’s menus too.

What can guests enjoy when staying in the Alderley Edge area?

Make the most of your stay

There’s plenty of things to do and see when you stay at the De Trafford Arms. Visit the fascinating National Trust sites of Nether Alderley Mill, Quarry Bank and Alderley Edge, or discover English Heritage properties Sandbach Crosses and Peveril Castle. Blow the cobwebs away and go cycling, climbing or trail walking in the mighty Peak District National Park. Fancy a little shopping? Fill your bags at Cheshire Oaks, the Trafford Centre or buzzing Manchester.

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Summary

19th century buildings

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Food

Continental breakfast (included)

Cooked breakfast (included)

Cooked breakfast (additional cost)

Continental breakfast (additional cost)

Dinner available (at additional cost)

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Arrival information & directions

Address: 2 Congleton Road, Alderley Edge, Cheshire, Alderley EdgeSK9 7AA, United Kingdom

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