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Epicurus

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Fresh Cut Grass

November 1, 2019

In the heart of the Cheshire you will find Mottram Hall, a country estate steeped in history.

Traverse your way up the ancient tree-lined drive, past the medieval Old Hall, alongside the golf course fairways with their scent of fresh cut grass and you may find yourself in the Grade II listed hotel’s lavish cocktail bar where you can now relax with a glass of Broken Clock Lingering Vodka… after all this very special vodka is distilled just a short drive, chip and putt away. Originally founded in 1310 by Adam de Mottram, the estate has been in the hands of various notable families over the years including the Booth family who built the Georgian manor house with its Flemish bond orange brick and who were also owners of the nearby Dunham Massey estate, now run by the National Trust. 1.jpg Before becoming a hotel, the Mottram estate was bought in the 1920’s by Walter Pownall who enjoyed gardening and often held open days to the public and his influences can still be seen today. As well as its challenging, World Class golf course Mottram Hall still boasts tranquil lakes, woodland and picturesque landscaped gardens to linger in amongst the idyllic Cheshire parkland. 2.jpg