A glorious 14th century Tudor manor, the Best Western Salford Hall Hotel is rich with history and natural beauty.
Retaining much of the period charm, guests are immersed in a sense of the old world from the moment they step through the door, with rich wooden panelling, hanging chandeliers and roaring fireplaces found within.
Guests can feel as if they’re stepping into the days of Shakespeare at the gateway to Shakespeare country and enjoy some sumptuous fare at the hotel bar, which comes at an excellent price when they call in advance with their tastecard.
The warm and welcoming staff on hand aim to serve guests with the utmost hospitality, regardless of whether they’re staying for the night or simply passing through. The quality of their care is to be expected from a hotel chain as prestigious as Best Western, so guests shouldn’t hesitate to ask for any assistance, be it with a suggestion for a meal or a notification of a dietary requirement; the staff will be more than happy to help.
A wealth of delectable dishes are available to savour over a few drinks, ranging from bar bites to filling meals. An array of swiftly made, yet utterly satisfying, sandwiches are offered alongside classic British pub grub like succulent steaks, hearty pies, and the quintessentially British fish and chips.
Nestled in the secluded area of Abbot’s Salford a trip to the Best Western Salford Hall Hotel will perfectly create the sense of a countryside getaway, and for those local to the area it simply makes for a fantastic place to visit for a good meal.