The Crewe Arms Hotel in Cheshire is a Victorian-era railway hotel, bursting to the brim with character, history and comfort. You are next to add to the story!
The hotel itself was built in 1830, and to this day still retains its original red-brick architecture and carved stone reliefs on the exterior of the building. Being the world’s first constructed railway hotel means the building has plenty of history and character. The staff of the Crewe Arms Hotel will go above and beyond to make your stay as comfortable and serene as possible.
There is a rich and storied history
for the Crewe Arms Hotel, having strong ties with the Victorian and Industrial Era itself. Queen Victoria, the Royal Family and her entourage were guests at the Crewe Arms Hotel on route to her annual summer holidays in Scotland. If you look carefully enough there is also a tunnel that the Queen used to avoid causing a commotion with her subjects.
The hotel is located adjacent to Crewe Railway station. With connections to Manchester
within 50 minutes, Liverpool
just 40 minutes away and Birmingham
is a 90-minute train journey. If you love to shop, or enjoy partying in these culturally rich cities, or if you need to commute for business, the Crewe Arms Hotel is the ideal location to relax and unwind after a long day’s (or night’s!) activities.