Grade II listed country pub and hotel, The Vicarage, located in Cranage, Cheshire, has launched six new luxury suites

These spacious new rooms all differ in style and have been individually designed with a distinct, bespoke touch to accentuate the hotel’s elegant yet rustic country-inn style decor. Situated in the most historic part of the building, the suites are the perfect home-from-home, boasting high ceilings, exposed beams and brickwork, king-sized beds, freestanding roll top baths and large walk-in showers. The launch of the new suites marks the final stage in the hotel’s refurbishment under the new family-run hotel group, Flat Cap Hotels, established last year by brothers Dominic and Oliver Heywood.

“We’re absolutely delighted with the new suites. They are finished to a high standard, offering guests a unique and charming experience, and are a great addition to the hotel’s 20 existing en-suite bedrooms,” owner Dominic Heywood told Essential Journeys. “Located in the heart of rural Cheshire, The Vicarage is ideally located for a weekend escape to the countryside with your partner or loved one and, with the launch of the deluxe suites, guests can be assured of a memorable stay.”

The rooms feature Barnaby Gates wallpaper and bespoke curtains, as well as antique furniture selected by the Heywood family. In addition, the suites have 3D compatible 42-inch TVs, Nespresso machines, premium Tea from the Manor tea bags, as well as coffee from Cheshire-based coffee company, Jaunty Goat Coffee. The Vicarage aims to source all of its produce from within the local area. As a food-led destination, The Vicarage has a delicious seasonal menu using the best locally sourced British ingredients with Steven Tuke, who joined from the Chester Grosvenor, as Executive Chef.

Prices start from £140 per room per night with a full English breakfast the following morning. The hotel is also dog-friendly, with a £10 surcharge per dog per night.