Cotton Farm Bed & Breakfast

Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in Chester

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Cotton Farm Bed & Breakfast


Cotton Farm is a wonderful farmhouse bed and breakfast close to Chester, with gorgeous large rooms and set in peaceful countryside down a quiet lane. If you are coming to Cheshire and are looking for a top-quality family-run b&b with bags of character and excellent breakfasts then look no further. Cotton Farm is something of a hideaway bed and breakfast - we are one of Alistair Sawday's special places to stay. We have three spacious bedrooms, all stylishly decorated and comfortably furnished. The gardens are in the classic English style, with resident hens and greater spotted woodpecker. All the bedrooms are large and extremely comfortable with en suite bathrooms, and are decorated in a timeless and relaxed style.

We try to make sure that breakfast is an enjoyable start to the day at Cotton Farm. We use as much food locally sourced or home grown as we can, and we aim to give you all the choice you want.

I trained at Leith's School of Food and wine, and always try to meet any special requests guests may have.

We are very honoured to have recently been awarded the "enjoy English Breakfast Award'

Breakfast is normally served from 7.45 to 9 am. If you would like it served outside of these times, just ask us the evening before.

If you are vegetarian or following a restricted diet, please let us know when you book so that we can make sure we meet your needs.

Breakfast menu

Cotton Farm Grill - bacon, sausage, mushrooms, hash brown, tomato and our own eggs (fried, scrambled or poached)
Smoked Salmon & Scrambled Eggs
Scrambled Eggs on Marmite Toast
Omelette - tomato, mushroom or plain
Hot Croissants & Local Preserves
Help yourself to fruit juices, cereals, yogurt and fruit
Toast - brown or white with homebaked bread using flour from Walk Mill
Tea (PG Tips, Earl Grey, camomile or fruit teas)
Coffee - cafetiere of filter coffee (decaffeinated available)

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