Alderley Edge Hotel, on wooded slopes overlooking Cheshire's most desirable village, offers a true country house welcome. The original Elizabethan-Gothic style home, built in 1850 for one of Manchester’s wealthy industrial elite, is in keeping with many grand mansions on 'The Edge'. During the last century it has been home to a family of cotton merchants and a local doctor before being used to house American servicemen during the Second World War and then becoming a hotel. Today it is owned by the J W Lees family - and its commanding location is matched only by its superb facilities and excellent reputation. Comfortably accommodating 150 people for a stand-up or seated reception, the Laurent-Perrier suite looks onto a beautifully landscaped garden and has its own exclusive entrance away from the main hotel area. It also has an exclusive bar, dance floor and cloakroom. And the contemporary décor features luxurious fabrics, atmospheric lighting and a romantic ambience befitting an award-winning hotel. The food is of the highest standard, and our expert chefs will work closely with you to create the perfect menu that matches your requirements and budget. And, naturally, we have an excellent wine list that satisfies even the most demanding palates.