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Hotels near the M6
Classic British Hotels features 6 M6 hotels.
Lake District (Lake Windermere)
15 miles (24.1 km) from Junction 36 of M6
Lindeth Howe was once owned by Beatrix Potter. Its hillside setting commands spectacular views of Lake Windermere to the Cumbrian fells beyond - a source of inspiration to the famous children's author and illustrator. The hotel is situated in the very heart of The Lake District, surrounded by its own mature gardens and grounds. The award-winning Dining Room is renowned for its superb cuisine, featuring a mouthwatering menu that changes with the seasons and uses the finest local produce available. Local tours, golf, walking and beauty treatments can all be arranged by the hotel.
Lancaster House Hotel is a short drive from Junction 33 of the M6 and the historic city of Lancaster. Bedrooms are spacious and offer modern facilities including free broadband internet access. Luxury suites have their own lounge area and a stand alone bath. The Sandpiper Club is a fully-equipped leisure complex with an indoor pool, beauty salon and state-of-the-art gymnasium. There is a choice of dining, including the award-winning Foodworks Restaurant which features Lancashire dishes with a modern edge.
Birmingham North / Walsall
Fairlawns Hotel & Spa is centrally located for the West Midlands region and is just a short drive from Walsall and Sutton Coldfield. The hotel is also well placed for Tamworth, Birmingham, Lichfield and the NEC. Junction 7 of the M6 and Junction T4 of the M6 Toll are both within 10 minutes drive.
The bedrooms at Fairlawns are modern offer free high-speed broadband internet access and LCD TVs with satellite channels. Superior rooms are comfort cooled and extra spacious Suites with their own lounge/study area are available.
Fairlawns had an extensive health club and spa featuring an 18-metre indoor pool, classic and circuit gyms, an exercise studio and a full hydrotherapy suite with whirlpool spa, Finnish and infrared saunas, crystal and floral steam rooms, an aromatherapy room, experience showers and foot spas. (Please note that the health club is for adults' use only.) A full range of spa treatments are also available.
The Fairlawns Restaurant holds two AA Rosettes for its excellent food and the menus feature British cuisine with international influences.
Wrightington / Wigan, Lancashire
0.5 miles (0.8 km) from Junction 27 of M6
The Wrightington Hotel enjoys a rural setting, a quarter of a mile from Junction 27 of the M6. Wigan is 5 miles away and Preston, Southport, Liverpool and Manchester are all within easy reach. Bedrooms offer modern amenities including satellite TV and Wi-Fi internet access. Many rooms have views of the countryside or the landscaped courtyard. The hotel has one of the finest leisure clubs in the North West with an 18-metre pool, state-of-the-art gym, Sports Injury Clinic, hair salon and beauty spa. Bennett's Restaurant specialises in steaks and fish and was recently awarded an AA Rosette.
Rugby / Warwick Castle, Warwickshire
1.3 miles (2 km) from Junction 2 of M6
This magnificent Grade II listed Victorian Gothic mansion is set in
7 acres of beautiful gardens and woodland, two miles from Rugby. The M6 is 3 minutes away and Warwick, Coventry, Birmingham Airport, the NEC and M1 are all within easy reach. Brownsover Hall exudes period charm, no more so than in grand Gothic setting of the Sir Gilbert Scott Restaurant. Here, diners can savour the best of English cooking and, from autumn 2010, there will be 40 handpicked wines available by the glass. Bedrooms are spacious and offer free Wi-Fi. The converted stable block features charming rooms with original oak beams.
Chatsworth Estate / Bakewell, Peak District
Set amongst the rolling hills of the Peak District, the Cavendish Hotel is a short walk from Chatsworth House, one of Britain's favourite country homes. As part of the Duke of Devonshire's family estate, much of the decor and furnishings in the hotel come from Chatsworth. Luxuriously appointed, the historic Inn Rooms feature fine art and antique furniture, some with original iron fireplaces and four poster beds. Dine in the sumptuous surrounds of the Gallery Restaurant, or in the heart of its award-winning kitchen. Freshly baked scones topped with delicious homemade jams can be enjoyed in the Garden Room and, waking up rested in the Derbyshire Dales, guests can take breakfast at their leisure, served daily until noon. A warm welcome awaits. There is free Wi-Fi and ample free on-site parking.