The Angel, King Street
The Angel at King St is situated in the heart of Knutsford town centre, yet is a stone's throw away from the popular Tatton Park. Known for its friendly staff and good food, the pub is popular with shoppers and local business people alike. The trendy pub serves delectable treats including a new food menu, a wide range of wines from around the world, a 2 for 1 cocktail happy hours every Friday and Saturday nights plus Joseph Holt's award-winning beers. You will often find people snuggled around the open fire in the winter taking in the cosy and relaxed atmosphere. The Angel at King St offers luxury accommodation that comprises of eight en-suite bedrooms, which is ideal for overnight stops for those who are visiting the local attractions and those looking for longer stays in the Cheshire Golden Triangle.
If you'd like to make an accommodation booking, please call 01565 651 165 between 9am and 10pm. Our check-in time is from 1pm and check-out is 11am. All rooms are en-suite and residents will receive a complimentary continental breakfast hamper. There is no on-site parking and guests should be aware that we do play music in the evenings which we do endeavour to reduce as much disruption for our guests as possible.
The Angel at King St also caters for all types of functions, parties and meetings. For more information and bookings, please contact us.
98 King Street
Knutsford, Cheshire , WA16 6HQ
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