4.9★ Outstanding Sykes rating Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 Pets No Show on map Features Off road parking Garden / Patio Cot available Highchair available Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 32 Customer Reviews "Fantastic property in lovely location." Very attentive Owners who provided an excellent service both before our stay and during. Would thoroughly recommend. We stayed with our children in their 20s and grandchildren ranging from 1 to 8. Property was ideal for all ages and was close to the Zoo, Chester and lots of great places to eat. Will certainly be visiting again. Reviewed by StephenMay 2022 "We’ve been a couple of times and found Godscroft Hall to be very clean, comfortable, and perfectly sized for meeting up with friends and family." The House itself is amazing the kitchen, bathroom and shower was excellent. For the price for one week, this is a bargain. Perfectly situated 5 mins drive from Frodsham high street where there are newsagents, supermarkets, restaurants, pubs and a great bakery. We are looking forward to staying here again! Reviewed by DanielApr 2022 "We had a fantastic time at Godscroft Hall." We will certainly return in the future. Beautiful house and Liz the owner was an excellent host. Strongly recommend this holiday property. Reviewed by VanessaApr 2022 "Such a lovely holiday home, always immaculately presented and with thoughtful little touches from the hosts." Cosy, comfortable, and with everything you might need for a get together with friends and family. Reviewed by JohnFeb 2022 "We had a very enjoyable stay at Godscroft Hall." Very spacious rooms, kitchen well equipped with plenty of glasses, cutlery, pans, utensils. Ideal size for 2 families. Owners accommodated changes to travel plans due to the recent storms and sent information about local road closures etc to ensure ‘check in’ was as smooth as possible. Couldn’t fault the property or service provided and would stay again. Reviewed by KirstinFeb 2022 "Godscroft Hall is halfway between where we live in Scotland and our friends from Hampshire." It provided an ideal place for us to catch up and relax. Our 6 year old loved exploring the property, especially the "secret stairs" The owner was exceptionally attentive and communicated directly with us, prior, during and after our stay. There were zero issues, but it felt obvious that had there been then solutions would have been forthcoming in good order. We take this type of trip quite regularly and will definitely consider this property for any future ones.. Cannot recommend highly enough. Reviewed by PeteFeb 2022 "Great location for day visits lovely srroundings" Reviewed by CarolAug 2021 "We had a lovely stay, it's a lovely property." Just a few issues, the master had a wardrobe and drawers which was great, but the other rooms lacked space for clothes and towels. The only other issue was the section of the grounds that is not safe for children, and I'm grateful there is a wall around it, but to not be able to leave the children in the garden is the reason I wouldn't return. All in all lovely property, lots of tips and a guide to settle you in. Also left a vanity bag with some expensive makeup - unfortunately, the owners couldn't find it. Dear Mrs. Asuman. Thank you for your review. There is a spacious wardrobe/drawers in each bedroom, and door hooks for hanging robes/towels. We also have an enormous airing cupboard in the main bathroom and another in the West Wing Bedroom for drying towels. With regard to the garden safety. We can assure you that the garden is completely enclosed and safe for children. We would never advise leaving children of any age in the grounds/garden without parental/adult supervision. We have a section in our Information Pack which emphasises this, and also outdoor signage. I contacted you several times during your stay to ensure you were all happy, and non of these issues were mentioned. If you had, I could have reassured you at the time of your stay. You sent me a text message two weeks after your departure saying you may have left a makeup bag with expensive makeup. We found various items on your departure as per my private email (Medicines, saline, plasters, half used bathroom items) which were disposed of. If I had found anything of value I would have certainly contacted you immediately. With best wishes to your and your family. Property Owner Reviewed by FionaAug 2021 "Completely amazing property." Was wonderful in everyway. Could hear the motorway when wind in wrong direction which was only one day. Felt like being 'lady of the manor' staying here. Reviewed by HelenAug 2021 "Godscroft Hall was a brilliant location for our family get together for our son’s wedding nearby." Our 5 little granddaughters really enjoyed the hall’s obvious character and style as did the adults. The secure and beautiful grounds were also great for the children. The glorious weather also contributed to our wonderful holiday. Our hostess and family could not have been more helpful throughout our two week stay. We would all love to return to Godscroft in the future. Sandra and Ed Reviewed by EdwardJul 2021 "Absolutely brilliant house with all needs meet Host was truly amazing also texting us to make sure we got there safe and also mid week to see if we needed anything else." We would 100% return was the best staycation Reviewed by CallyJul 2021 "Godscroft Hall proved to be a great place to stay - very comfortable and extremely well equipped and furnished." The owners were always available if needed and checked in with us to make sure that all was well from time to time. It is situated on a quiet country lane just outside Frodsham and was a great place to explore the area - we covered the whole of the Wirral, North Wales, Chester and over to Liverpool whilst we were there. Highly recommended and would be happy to return int he future. Reviewed by KevinSep 2020 "The house was full of history and character." The house was cleaned to a high standard the beds were comfortable. It was a great house for our get together. Frodsham was 10 minutes in a car. The local taxi was reliable in picking us up and taking us back to Godscroft Hall. We had a lovely day out in Frodsham. The weather was brilliant so we spent a lot of our time in the beautiful garden relaxing. I would recommend Godscroft Hall for a relaxing break with family and friends Reviewed by RosemarySep 2020 "Godscroft Hall is amazing, the house is beautiful and spacious but had a cosy, warm and happy feeling." My children adored the house and played many games of hide and seek. The owners were lovely, friendly and contactable at all times of the day and night. We look forward to booking Godscroft Hall again in the future. Reviewed by MatthewFeb 2020 "This property was perfect for us!" Our party consisted of 2 families, 4 adults and 4 children. The hall was spacious and we loved the fact the kids had their own lounge. It was spotlessly clean and so warm and welcoming, and the welcome package consisting of fresh eggs, bread, wine and sweeties was a really lovely touch. We enjoyed them all!! We especially enjoyed the real fire and the super comfy beds!! We will definitely be back! Reviewed by MaxineNov 2019 "Godscroft Hall was a wonderfully relaxing holiday location." Everything you could possibly need on a self catering holiday was provided and the owners were very welcoming. Would definitely recommend this location to anyone wanting a relaxing break. Reviewed by RachelOct 2019 "Godscroft Hall is an imposing building inside and out." It is full of Georgian charm and family history and is perfect for a family holiday. It is comfy, well equipped and well placed for sight seeing. Contact from the owners is excellent both prior to arriving and during you stay. I would highly recommend this property. Reviewed by MikeSep 2019 "Our second stay at this excellent property." Everything (including the welcome selection of goodies left for us) was first class and the Hall is extremely comfortable and spacious. The owners are friendly but not conspicuous. The property is handy for visits to Chester, Liverpool and the North wales coast; Frodsham is an interesting place and a leisurely 20 minute walk if you do not want to use the car (good rail service). Overall a very relaxing stay and we would not hesitate to recommend this property. Reviewed by AnthonySep 2019 "Fantastic property for an extended family with lots of lovely space and large, safe enclosed garden." The hall was well equipped and still managed to give an elegant Georgian look to the main rooms. The family were very friendly and helpful and left lovely complementary surprises on arrival. Highly recommended with easy access to North Wales, Liverpool, Chester and Wirral. Reviewed by AnnJul 2019 "Great house for use as a base for exploring Chester, Liverpool and Wales." Lots of space at the house for everyone to enjoy plus a good sized garden, bbq etc. Would be useful if there was an indoor clothes drying rack plus put all the instructions for tv, washing machine, tumble dryer etc in one folder and a proper ironing board are the only things stopping getting a 10 out of 10. Loved it! Reviewed by CraigJul 2019 "Godscroft Hall is an amazing house with a lovely atmosphere about it, everything is thought of and nothing is too much trouble." Communication with the owners are second to none! We had a fantastic time and the beds are the most comfortable we have ever slept on. There is more than enough room to accommodate a large party without the worry of tripping over each other, the house is huge! We would definitely recommend anyone with a family that’s visiting Chester to stay, we had a fantastic time. Thank you! Reviewed by JoanneJun 2019 "From the start of our contact everything went very smoothly." The property was excellent and well suited for our family needs ( including three children under four years of age). The owners and family were extremely helpful and supportive, property was very clean and facilities excellent - everything we needed was included. The welcome basket of food was much appreciated. Location was excellent for touring local tourist spots (including Chester - 20 minutes away) and despite poor weather we had a lovely holiday. Highly recommended. Reviewed by JonMay 2019 "All of our family from, young kids (11 and 9) to seniors loved this holiday home." The setting was lovely and the house itself is comfortable and well appointed. Reviewed by SimonApr 2019 "Godscroft Hall is a beautiful place and in such a lovely quiet location." I would certainly recommend the place for family get togethers and the garden is safe and secure for children to play in. The welcome pack from the Warburton family was a lovely touch and we will certainly return again some time in the future. Reviewed by BeverleyMar 2019 "We had a lovely week at Godscroft Hall with three generations celebrating our youngest daughter’s 40th Birthday." Warm, welcoming and very spacious, we loved the old farmhouse. Location was good for visiting Chester, the Zoo and Blue Aquarium and for local walks. Our visit to Conwy and it’s castle in North Wales was a highlight. Reviewed by BerylMar 2019 "An amazing and extremely spacious house, deserving of the title Hall, which is tastefully decorated and presented." The beds are really comfortable. The kitchen is well equipped and there was everything we needed as a family of six plus toddler for a great weekend. Mrs Warburton the owner took great care to get in touch prior to our arrival and had provided lovely extras such as bread milk eggs and chocolates. Much appreciated. Definitely recommend the place which is unique and peaceful. Reviewed by LynneMar 2019 "This is the most beautiful place to stay." Our girls loved it; the space is large and so my husband and I could relax without worrying about disturbing the little ones. The rooms were all beautifully-kept and comfortable and there was a lovely welcome pack. Couldn’t recommend highly enough! Thanks for a lovely holiday. Reviewed by DavidFeb 2019 "A beautiful hall, which is decorated so tastefully and has everything you need." I went to celebrate the new year with friends and it was perfect. Large rooms and grounds (the photos don’t do Godscroft justice - it really is stunning). Liz was a huge help pre and during our stay. She is a fantastic host and goes out of her way to make guests feel welcome e.g prepping the log fire for arrival. Godscroft Hall is an ideal getaway with the Netherton Hall pub a short walk away and conviently located between Frosham and Helsby - meaning all amenities are close by. I would certainly reccomend Godscroft Hall to my family and friends. It was an ideal place to welcome in the New Year and have a get away with friends. Thank you Liz - we’re so very grateful! Reviewed by GraceDec 2018 "What a wonderful place for a family Christmas - beautifully presented with lots of extra Christmassy touches including a fully trimmed tree and beautiful wreaths and decorations." Many thanks to the Warburton family for their great welcome. Reviewed by M HDec 2018 "Lovely spacious accommodation with every facility you could wish." Efficient heating for an old building and very comfortable beds. An excellent base for exploring the many attractions in the area. We have already booked to stay again! Reviewed by AnthonyNov 2018 "Godscroft Hall is beautiful." Very elegant, sensitively furnished and decorated with lots of interesting objects which give it a very authentic feel. We loved it. Impressive, but we felt so at home at the same time. It was spotless on arrival, the Warbies (very friendly and helpful owners) had left some lights on which was very welcoming on a dark winter evening, and some lovely flowers in the kitchen. Everything you could need for a self catering holiday could be found in the kitchen, brilliant. A beautiful setting, yet so close to local amenities and also some great tourist locations. Do go to Chester Zoo if you're staying here, it's brilliant. We went out, we stayed in. Either way, the Hall was the perfect venue. We would highly recommend the Hall for a break of any type, I can't see how anyone could not be other than delighted with it. Reviewed by LindaNov 2018 "Godscroft Hall is a beautiful and special place, we feel very fortunate as only the second people to actually stay there." It is a true farmhouse, very quirky and lots of space. The owners are brilliant and really go that extra mile for you, without imposing themselves. It was a perfect break, for three generations of our family, ie perfect for all ages!! Reviewed by AlanOct 2018 Show more Summary Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC, 1 x king-size, 1 x family room with king-size and two singles Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC Cloakroom with basin and WC Kitchen Pantry Dining Hall Snug Drawing room LPG central heating Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher TV with Freeview, WiFi, selection of books, jig-saws, games, piano and card table Barbecue available Fuel, power and starter pack for open fire inc. in rent Quality bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off-road parking for 3 cars Highchair, travel cot, two stairgates and two child bed guards available Safe available Lawned garden with seating and picnic bench Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop and pub/restaurants 1 mile Note: No hen or stag group, or similar Note: Worker bookings accepted at owners discretion, please enquire first The property An 18C Georgian Country Farmhouse on the outskirts of Frodsham, North Cheshire. A town which enjoys a weekly Thursday market along Main Street, with its specialist shops, popular pubs and wine bars. This historic character farmhouse is located in open countryside between Frodsham Hill and Helsby Hill, and a short walk from Frodsham Marshes and the Mersey Estuary, which attracts many people for its world renowned bird watching. Godscroft Hall stands on the site of a medieval water mill. The remains of the mill pond dam is still in evidence. The first mention of a water mill on the site dates from 1303. The mill was still in use in 1844. Godscroft Hall has been owned by The Warburton Family, who have farmed the surrounding land for four generations. All the family members live nearby. The entrance of the property leads into the large Dining Hall. The interior comprises rooms with character high ceilings or exposed oak beams. The drawing room is a lovely place to return to after a day’s outing; comfy sofas sit amidst traditional furnishings, open fire and a front-facing window welcomes in the natural light. For a cosier feel, enjoy a quiet family evening in the Snug, playing board games, watching TV, reading and chilling out. Follow the grand staircase up to the spacious master bedroom suite, passing the small library area on the top landing. The second family bedroom is just off the grand staircase and comprises king size bed with two singles. Further along the inner landing you will find a spacious third bedroom comprising a king size bed. The family bathroom is adjacent. All bedrooms are beautifully presented yet are attuned to the Hall’s authentic feel. Follow the back stairs down to the spacious well equipped kitchen and pantry area. There is also a downstairs cloakroom and storage area. Surrounded by farmland and a farm conservation area within a semi rural location, it is five minutes from Frodsham town centre, and is a remarkable place to visit, bringing guests a holiday to remember any time of year. Just outside the Bears Paw pub in the centre of Frodsham marks the start of the Sandstone Trail, which stretches for 34 miles past nearby Delamere Forest and on into Whitchurch, in Shropshire. The River Weaver offers towpath walks, which allow you to visit Dutton Locks, plus the famous Anderton Boat Lift further on. For the more enthusiastic walker, the North Cheshire Way stretches for 70 miles from the Wirral to the Peak District. The city of Chester is also accessible, a 20 minute drive away. Frodsham railway station is approx 1 mile away. Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £250. View on map About the location FRODSHAM Chester 11 miles; Liverpool 21 miles; Manchester 29 miles. The market town of Frodsham in Cheshire is located at the foot of Overton Hill, overlooking the River Mersey estuary, just 11 miles from the city centre of Chester. The town, which was mentioned in the Domesday Book, has a thriving centre which enjoys a weekly market on the high street, along with numerous specialist shops, popular pubs and wine bars. Just outside the Bears Paw pub in the centre of Frodsham marks the start of the Sandstone Trail, which stretches for 34 miles past Delamere Forest and on into Whitchurch, in Shropshire. The River Weaver offers towpath walks, which allow you to visit Dutton Locks, plus the famous Anderton Boat Lift further on. For the more enthusiastic walker, the North Cheshire Way stretches for 70 miles from the Wirral to the Peak District. The city of Chester, which has been described as 'the jewel of the North West of England' is within driving distance and offers a number of historic attractions, such as the Roman walls, Chester Cathedral, medieval churches and the famous Chester Rows, where you will find lovely shops and tea rooms. Also in the city are the River Dee, the racecourse and Grosvenor Park, whilst close by is a popular zoo. The stunning Welsh mountains and coastline, as well as the market towns and villages of Cheshire and Shropshire are all within easy touring distance, whilst the nearby Wirral Peninsula has many splendid courses to tempt the golfing enthusiast. Alternatively why not visit the Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet Village , boasting more than 140 shops, many of which sell designer labels, which is only eight miles away? An ideal location with plenty to see and do nearby. Region Information Anglesey Cottage Holidays Note: Worker bookings accepted at Owners discretion. Please enquire first.Note: No stag/ hen or similar.