Villa | 5 bedrooms | sleeps 8
Everything you could ever wish for all under one roof. From the minute you arrive you will be greeted with a smile and taken on a tour to explain how everything operates and explained whats in the area
The house has been designed and themed around offering complete relaxation with full spa facilities including a 25ft high ceiling whereby an artist was commissioned to paint the galaxy on the ceiling that lights up and twinkles like stars in the midnight sky.
Spa includes In-Door Heated Swimming Pool, Jet Whirlpool, Jacuzzi, Sauna, Gym, Spa Treatments if required, Relaxation Area & Bar with Large Marina Fish Tank. Games Room includes Pool Table, Table Tennis (Summer only), Air Hockey, Virtual reality racing games, Playstation II, Arcade Space Invader, Table Football, Casino Games, Chess.
Outside offers large entertaining area with views from balcony and BBQ.
There is also a large trampoline and table tennis for the kids. Golf driving range is opposite the house.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 5 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Hoylake on the Wirral 15 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||1.5 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Manchester and Liverpool International 25 km, Nearest railway: Frodhsam 1.5 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Private indoor pool, Jacuzzi or hot tub, Sauna, Internet access, DVD player|
|Pool||Private indoor pool|
|General||Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Pool or snooker table, Table tennis, Games room, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 2 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (3), Double beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private indoor pool, Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Trampoline|
|Further details indoors|
Advance Technology Features: The house you will be staying in has advance technology and services that need to be maintained to ensure you have a relaxing holiday. There will be someone on hand if required to answer any questions you have and to take care of all your needs.
Creston Home Automation System. Lutron Lighting. Surround Sound Speakers in ceiling and walls in all rooms. Ipod docking stations located around the house as well as a CD player with USB conneciont. DABS Multi-room Radio. Plasma Screens with Sky and Freeview in all rooms. Multi room DVD player, Playstation II and games. Cable access to ADSL broadband 8MB.
|Further details outdoors|
Garden set up for five a side football. Tennis and Badminton. Trampoline. On the patio there is a very large BBQ, sun loungers and patio table & chairs. Table tennis is also available.
Directly across the road you have a golfing range, crazy golf, small animal farm and playground for the kids and cafe.
This is not like a hotel or a spa centre where you share the facilities. It is a dedicated one-to-one service with all the trimmings.
Offers are subject to change without notice. Terms & Conditions apply.
The Heart of England/Peak District
Encircled by a glorious 2-mile ring of Roman and medieval walls, Chester is a rare and truly magical blend of the ancient and traditional with modern cosmopolitan chic. Situated on the River Dee, close to the Welsh border, Chester is home to 2,000 years of history and one of Britain’s Heritage Cities. Step back in time amid pristine Georgian and Victorian architecture, shop in the unique medieval two-tier galleries called the Rows and enjoy the city's classy café culture.
Culture and heritage
As the most complete walled city in Britain, Chester is one of Britain’s Heritage Cities. The surviving Roman grid pattern of streets are so compact that you can get around all the city's landmarks on foot, feasting your eyes on an amazing architectural panorama of the past. Stroll the Roman walls, studded with historic towers and gates, then drop into the Roman Amphitheatre scene of a major archaeological project. The largest uncovered amphitheatre in the UK is the subject of a major archaeological project. In a partnership between English Heritage and Chester City Council a top team of experts are uncovering new results which are adding to the story of Chester and the world-wide knowledge of roman history.
Trafford Centre 30 minutes, Manchester New Wet Ski Slope 30 minutes, Cheshire Oaks Outlet village 15 minutes, Chester Zoo 15 minutes, Oulton Park race track 15 minutes, Chester Race Course 20 minutes, Aintree Race Course 15 minutes, Blue Planet Aquarium 15 minutes, Knowlesy Safari Park 20 minutes, Runcorn Dry Ski Slope 5 Minutes, Blackpool Pleasure Beach 45 minutes, Camelot Theme Park and Rides 30 minutes, Formby Beach with Sand Dunes & Nature Reserve 45 minutes, Nearest Beach 30 minutes, Chester is 15 minutes. Wales 20 minutes. Liverpool centre is 25 minutes. Manchester centre is 30 minutes. Blackpool & Attractions 45 minutes, Lake District 45 Minutes, London 2 Hours (Train Station for London is nearby) Scotland 2 Hours.
Nearby/Walking distance: Across the road there is a golf driving range and for the kids a playground, animal farm and cafe. Further down the road you have access to the golf course.
Short driving distance (under a mile) you have the historical village of Frodsham with its quant bars and restaurants and boutique shops.
The town is of Saxon origin; its 11th century church is mentioned in the Domesday book. In the 13th century the church was home to a holy woman recluse (hermit) called Wymark, who was well known enough to be paid an annual pension from the royal exchequer. Frodsham was an important manor of the medieval earls of Chester, and was created a borough in the early 13th century probably by Earl Ranulf III. The mouth of the River Weaver, where it joins the Mersey, made Frodsham into a significant port for the coasting trade, particularly for the export of Cheshire salt, brought down the river from Northwich and Nantwich. The site of the manor house was in Castle Park; the building was of stone and was fortified. In an account of 1315 it is called 'castellum' (little castle), although 'manerium' (manor house) was the usual designation.
Short drive (under a mile) to Halton Lea you have your Tesco’s Asda, TK Max, Curry’s, Aldi, Blockbusters, Mac Donalds, KFC, WH Smiths, Boots, Argos and a large cinema
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25 Mar 2014
"An amazing weekend."
We went for the weekend from Friday to Sunday as a pre wedding celebration (as we didn't want a stag or hen do) and took our 7 friends. When we arrived we were greeted by Warren and given the tou… More
7 Mar 2014
"Brilliant, but slightly dated"
Went to stay for a week at the end of Feb, Warren was very welcoming and showed us how to use all the gadgets/tablet controlled television etc. We had a fantastic time, and the pool was the perfect size.
Positives - Spacious/Modern Décor/Pool & Bar area were fantastic/Kitchen was modern and clean
Negatives - Had a vast number of machines; however air hockey (v.low air pressure so didn't work properly), a driving game (Slightly dated, powered by a Playstation 2) & minimal lighting on the mezzanine to see the machines themselves
Thank you for your review and I appreciate the positives and will rectify the negatives to the best of my ability. I will add more lighting to the mezzanine floor area. Some of the audio equipment is being upgraded this summer. The air hockey I was not aware of and will look into this ASAP. We do appreciate all guests' comments and where areas do need to improving we will do all we can to rectify them. Overall I am glad you enjoyed your stay and hope you return again in the future
3 Mar 2014
"house needs a good clean and attention to detail improving"
This house has the potential to be luxurious but at the moment sadly lacks the luxury status. 10 ladies annual weekend break, were disapointed with cleanliness of house. There is a lot of glass that w… More
I think everyone has their own way of determining what luxury is and how it is perceived. On the day these ladies arrived we had a guest leaving at 10am which allowed us only 6 hours to clean until the next guests arrive at 4pm. I received a call at 1pm from the cleaners saying that the guests have arrived and they are walking round the house. I did explain to them when I got there that they have arrived too early and we have not finished cleaning but they insisted that they were happy with the way it was. We provide complimentary toilet roll in all bathrooms and dishwasher tablets and bin bags. Once these have ran out guests are expected to provide their own. It is self-catering. With regards to the mattress and sofa this will be cleaned at the next available opportunity when there is no guests at the house. With regards to the chair they broke and the graffiti on the glass I am still awaiting compensation
12 Feb 2014
"Affordable luxury with pool, spa, sauna and games/gym room"
The house was completely understated and much larger then the photos. The furniture and kid friendly environment was superb with space and toys not to mention the large games room to keep the kids occ… More
19 Jan 2014
"Everthing under one roof"
Stayed at The Warren 11th to 14th January 2014 for a birthday party weekend, 2 adults and 5 children. Everyone really enjoyed the weekend. The Warren really does provide entertainment for children of… More
12 Feb 2013
"Great holiday, although there was a few things which were not as they were advertised..."
We stayed at The Warren at the beginning of September 2012, a group of 8 young adults (ages ranging from 18-25) and really enjoyed our stay. We would have liked to know the following before booking ou… More
Thank you for your review. However I would like to correct a few points and respond to a few areas that are not completely true.
The description of the amenities are not 100% up to date I admit which include the balcony that has been blocked off for safety reasons and the music system.
The spiral stairs are not collapsing that lead up to the balcony and this area was closed off because of safety issues. I am now growing a very nice Clementine up the spiral stairs that use to lead to the balcony.
The facility for playing music through the house is no longer available because guests could not play their own music through the system and the equipment has been replaced with a iphone/Pod docking station that does not play music through the house but does allow guests to play their own music.
As explained to the guests when they arrived you can play the TV sound through the gym and pool area while you are having a swim by simply turning the music on in that area. So this is not correct.
The half built garage as referred to is a completely separate building that is not part of the house and is completely out of bounds to the guests. It is not advertised as being part of the house because it is not. It is solely used as storage.
The gas BBQ has now been replaced with a coal version to make it easier for gusts to use. The problem with the gas BBQ is when it runs out I cannot be there quick enough to exchange it especially when your burgers are half done so a replacement was the ideal solution.
The Warren is as advertised and to be honest it is not always 100% due to the complexity of the place. It is not like your normal house you would stay in and more things do go wrong but are rectified ASAP. But I can assure all potential guests that me and my family do put 100% commitment into providing what you have paid for and making sure that everything is functioning correctly. The review you have read from the gusts in September is not completely true and from the hundreds of people that have stayed in the house this is the ONLY bad response I have received
5 Nov 2012
Stayed for a few days at half term. Everything you could want for a wet week in October.Loads to do and gadgets to play with - very tempting not to leave the house especially when it turned out i was … More
17 Jul 2012
"second time and it was just as good"
We spent feb half term with our 3 children and decided to come back in July hoping the weather would be better. The weather was wet, but that didn't dampen the fun we had. The kids just love it… More
11 Mar 2012
Friendly greeting, shown round and everything was explained clearly. The villa was spotless and everything worked. There is plenty for everyone to do and you can still chat to one another from the pool to the gym and the lounge. We will certainly be back.
A short drive of about 5 minutes to the nearest village with pubs, shops and restaurants. Plenty of take-away menus at the villa.
We were very late arriving due to traffic and this was not a problem - we contacted the owner and he arranged for someone to meet us at a later time.
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