hotels listed below are either in the town or we have given
a rough guide as to how far they are from Cheadle. We hope you
enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation.
Cheadle is a small town near Stockport
in Greater Manchester, its neighbours include Cheadle Hulme and
Bramhall. Cheadle is believed to date back approximately 1,500
to 2,000 years and appears in the Domesday Book under the name
"Cedde" which means "Clearing in a wood".
The village was at that point in history, surrounded mainly by
woodland. St. Mary's Church on the Cheadle High Street was built
in 1523 under Henry VIII. Cheadle grew rapidly during the Industrial
Revolution when it was used as a stopping point for travellers
and merchants on their way to Manchester. One of Cheadle's outstanding
original buildings is the old Co-operative building. Also see
Cheadle & Cheadle