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Welcome to Best Western Crewe Arms Hotel

Address: Nantwich Rd, Crewe, CW2 6DN

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From Birmingham: Join the m6 and go North until Junction 16. Take the first exit at the Junction 16 roundabout, the a500 to Nantwich. At the first roundabout take the second exit, a5020, to Crewe. Take the first exit at the next roundabout, still the a5020, named Weston Road (following the signs for Crewe Railway Station). Proceed along this road, go straight through the traffic lights and take the second small exit at the next roundabout to the hotel. From London: Take the M1 until the Junction with the M6. Join the M6 and go North until Junction 16. Take the first exit at the Junction 16 roundabout, the A500 to Nantwich. At the first roundabout take the second exit, A5020, to Crewe. Take the first exit at the next roundabout, still the A5020, named Weston Road (following the signs for Crewe Railway Station). Proceed along this road, go straight through the traffic lights and take the second small exit at the next roundabout to the hotel. From Manchester and Liverpool: Join the M6 and head South. Leave the M6 at Junction 16. Take the third exit at the Junction 16 roundabout, the A500 to Nantwich. At the first roundabout take the second exit, A5020, to Crewe. Take the first exit at the next roundabout, still the A5020, named Weston Road (following the signs for Crewe Railway Station). Proceed along this road, go straight through the traffic lights and take the second small exit at the next roundabout to the hotel. From Chester and North Wales: Join the A51 at Chester, following the signs for M6 Birmingham Southbound/Stoke-on-Trent, heading towards Crewe and Nantwich. When nearing Crewe and Nantwich, follow the signs for Crewe Railway Station. This brings you onto Nantwich Road. Follow Nantwich Road until you find the railway station on your right hand side. Follow past the station and directly on your left you'll see the hotel. When you reach the roundabout take the first small exit off the roundabout to bring you into the hotel car park.

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Crewe Alexandra Football Club - Football Club

Crewe Alexandra Football Club - Football Club

Distance 0.19 miles (0.31 km)
The building of the 6m pound Air Products Stand (formerly known as the Railtrack Stand) in 1999 changed forever the look and feel of the ground. Before , it had always been small and homely, but the addition of the Air Products Stand has drastically changed the overall scene . The stand, which sits proudly along one side of the pitch, is a single tier cantilever holding just under 7,000 people. It looks huge compared to the other stands and must be at least three times the size of the old Main Stand. Considering that the overall capacity of the ground is just over 10,000, one can understand how the Air Products Stand dominates Gresty Road.

Manchester Metropolitan University - Crewe Campus - University

Manchester Metropolitan University - Crewe Campus - University

Distance 0.5 miles (0.81 km)
Manchester Metropolitan University was established as a Polytechnic in 1970 and became a University in 1992. With nearly 34,000 students, the University has five campuses located in Manchester (United Kingdom) and two campuses at Cheshire. The University is organised into eight faculties which are art and design, health, psychology and social care, humanities, law and social science, science and engineering, Hollings Faculty, MMU Business School, MMU Cheshire and MMU Institute of Education. All full-time first year undergraduate students are guaranteed University accommodation on both the Manchester and Cheshire campuses.

South Cheshire College - University

South Cheshire College - University

Distance 0.85 miles (1.36 km)
South Cheshire College delivers exceptional education and training at the heart of the community, transforming lives and improving employability.We have over 3000 full-time students, who study A-Levels, Vocational qualifications from Foundation Level up to Level 3, Foundation Degrees and Access courses. Another 3000 part-time adults study everything from art to accounting and pilates to plumbing, gaining new skills and enhancing their career prospects. The College is the only post-16 provider of education in Crewe. The College was awarded Beacon Status in 2004 and in its most recent Ofsted in 2008 received 'Outstanding' status, establishing it as one of the country's top colleges. The campus is situated about 1 mile from Crewe town centre and a brand new 74million campus opens in September 2010. Franchise centres for college evening classes also take place at local schools in Nantwich, Sandbach, Middlewich and Congleton.

Crewe Golf Club - Crewe - Golf

Crewe Golf Club - Crewe - Golf

Distance 2.03 miles (3.25 km)
One of the most attractive elements of the Golf Course is that, although Haslington is close by and Crewe itself only some two miles distant, there are open vistas in every direction, with scarcely a building to be seen. Up the Second FairwayThese unspoiled surroundings are set in what, at first sight and somewhat deceptively, seems to be a gently rolling landscape. Very soon however the golfer experiences the long steady pull to the second - a hole that plays every inch of its 400 yards. Down to the Third GreenThis is an experience which is quite frequently repeated, especially in the first nine holes.