Set in beautiful countryside amidst rolling hills, the luxurious and elegant Macdonald Portal Hotel near Chester provides some of the finest luxury accommodation in the Cheshire area. You can always expect excellent service and the finest dining experience within our stunning country location.
Enjoy the views and relax in one of our stunning bedrooms as it becomes your home from home during your stay. Leave the cares of the day behind with a relaxing swim in our pool or a massage from one of our expert therapists, then indulge in a delicious meal in our award-winning Scottish Steakhouse.
And if golf is your game, there are 3 magnificent courses to choose from, with resident pros on hand if you want some golfing tips.
Organising a business or family event? Our conference and banqueting facilities - steeped in natural light and enjoying countryside views - make us the perfect choice for your wedding or conference. We are one of the leading Cheshire hotels for events and functions.
Macdonald Portal Hotel, Golf & Spa offers you the very best for your stay in Cheshire. If you're looking for hotels near Chester, look no further for quality accommodation in stylish surroundings.
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Check-in 2pm / Check-out 11am
Fully accessible to wheelchair users
Dogs welcome at a fee of £15 per pet per night
Guide dogs are welcome and stay for free
Room service available 24 hours a day
Swimming pool is open to children (aged 15 and under) 9am-11am & 3pm-6pm.
120 complimentary parking spaces available
Road 2 miles from A49 (Sat Nav: CW6 0DJ)
Rail 14 miles from Crewe Train Station
Air 27 miles from Liverpool Airport and 28 miles from Manchester International Airport
Guests can sample some of the best of British produce at the regular Country markets held in nearby Taporley. Beeston castle is a 12-minute drive from the hotel and serves as the perfect adventurous day out for families, friends and couples alike. The newly restored Bunbury Mill now serves as one of the UK’s finest working museums, giving us a glimpse in to working life in the early 19th century.