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Macclesfield, United Kingdom

Average Daily Rates
Studio rates from £60.99/night
1 Bedroom rates from £70.99/night
2 Bedroom rates from £90.99/night
3 Bedroom Available upon request  
4 Bedroom Available upon request  
5 Bedroom Available upon request  
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1 Lowe Street Mews 2 Roe Cottage 3 Silk Mill
Lowe Street Mews Roe Cottage Silk Mill
1 BR rates from £70.99/night(GBP)
2 BR rates from £90.99/night(GBP)
1 BR rates from £70.99/night(GBP)
2 BR rates from £90.99/night(GBP)
1 BR rates from £70.99/night(GBP)
2 BR rates from £90.99/night(GBP)

About the area:

Macclesfield is a market town in Cheshire, England with a population of about 50,688 (2001 census for Macclesfield urban sub-area). It is the largest settlement and administrative centre of the Borough of Macclesfield.

Macclesfield is located in the east of Cheshire, on the River Bollin, a tributary of the River Mersey. It is close to the county borders of Greater Manchester, (to the north), Derbyshire, (to the east) and Staffordshire, (to the south). It is near to the towns of Stockport, (to the north), Buxton, (to the east), which is on the western edge of the Peak District and to Congleton, (to the south). It is 30miles, (45km), to the east of Chester, the county town of Cheshire. To the west of the town lies the Cheshire Plain. The town is most famous for its once thriving silk textile industry, commemorated in the local Silk Museum. Although "Silk Town" seems to be the preferred nickname these days, Macclesfield's traditional local nickname is "Treacle Town"—supposedly from an incident where a merchant spilt a load of treacle on Hibel Road, and the poor rushed out to scoop it off the cobbles. Another, less picturesque, reason has it that the mill-owners used to provide barrels of treacle to the un-employed weavers.