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Crabwall Manor appoints new GM

30 November 2018 by
Crabwall Manor appoints new GM

Legacy Hotels & Resorts has appointed a new general manager to oversee the next stage of ongoing developments at Crabwall Manor Hotel & Spa in Chester.

Zach Hardman (pictured), a former cluster general manager for Premier Inn in the North West, will help steer renovations at the venue, which include work to its restaurant.

The four-star Crabwall Manor, which has 55 rooms, has already seen the addition of seven new bedrooms within the manor house as well as a new outdoor licensed wedding space. Its leisure and spa facilities have also been updated recently.

Set in more than 10 acres of landscaped grounds, the Grade II-listed property also plays host to around 80 weddings a year across five function rooms.

Commenting on his appointment, Hardman said: "Everything is so focused on ensuring a great experience for the guest, that is has been a truly exciting time to be involved with the property. We have some incredibly important projects coming up that I think our guests will be thrilled about, and I'm looking forward to getting stuck in even further as these progress."

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