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The Courthouse

Cheshire

The Courthouse
Cheshire

‘True Cheshire glamour and elegance with the modern twist you'd expect from the Flat Cap Hotels team'.

  • Elegant hotel, dining and event space coming in Summer 2017
  • Barristers restaurant, spectacular roof top gardens, plus a champagne and cocktail bar
  • There will be 50 bedrooms in total. Accommodation will come online later this year, with 10 individually designed luxury bedrooms
  • 40 additional en-suite bedrooms at the rear of the property, will be available in 2018 (phase 2 of the project)

The Courthouse is a Grade II listed building, originally designed by renowned architect, George Moneypenny and built in 1818.

A three-storey Georgian property constructed from sandstone block and imposing columns, the grand building boasts high decorated ceilings and wood panelled walls.

Manchester-born mathematician and World War Two code-breaker Alan Turing was tried in this very Courthouse on March 31st 1952.

Under the direction of Flat Cap Hotels, this second project for the group has involved the sensitive restoration of the former Knutsford Crown Court, one of the town’s most iconic and eye-catching buildings.

With a wealth of original features and stunning Georgian architecture, The Courthouse is a unique and stylish conference / banqueting venue in the heart of leafy Cheshire.

With a total banqueting capacity of 400 guests, The Courthouse is suitable for a variety of events from intimate birthday celebrations to corporate meetings, exclusive hire and glamourous weddings.

Map

Toft Road

Knutsford

Cheshire

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