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Cheshire is a county in northwest England with many rural villages featuring half-timber and local red sandstone buildings. It’s an area with lots of things to see and do. Such attractions include beautiful gardens, stunning stately homes and fabulous spa hotels, with this and much, you are sure to find something for everyone. Stay in a pretty hot tub cottage retreat.

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Whether it’s family fun and activities with the kids or a touch of history and heritage, Cheshire has it all. If that's not for you, then maybe a stroll around Cheshire’s countryside or one of its stunning gardens there’s plenty to choose from. Also, home to many TV and Film locations you can be made to feel like a star yourself. Alternatively, you may simply prefer to shop ‘til you drop in some of Cheshire's many unique and independent shops. No matter what your preference or how you want to spend your day, you’ll find plenty of things to do in Cheshire to suit your needs.


Chester is a classic, contemporary city bursting with must see treasures. Steeped in history and offering spectacular shopping there is also a wide range of accommodation to suit all. From luxury hotels, cosy self catering cottages, friendly farmhouses to campsites, you are sure to find something to suit you.


Nantwich is a medieval market town with a modern edge. Located on the banks of the river Weaver, its most famous for its medieval timbered buildings dotted around the town. With many bijoux boutiques, antiques dealers and contemporary craft shops, Nantwich is also host to a number of festivals through the year including Nantwich Show and the International Cheese Awards, Nantwich Jazz Festival and the Food Festival.

Peak District

The Peak District National Park is in central England. Steep limestone valleys like Dovedale, with its famed stepping stones, and Lathkill Dale characterise the park’s southern area, which is known as White Peak. North, the Dark Peak area has dramatic gritstone ridges and stark moorland plateaus like Kinder Scout, the park’s highest point. The nearby village of Edale marks one end of the iconic Pennine Way footpath.


The population of Cheshire are glad to have such an extraordinary range of sustenance and drink, delivered in the province. Much has been perceived similar to the best in the nation, prevailing upon honors from rivalries all the United Kingdom. From micro breweries to Cheshire Cheese producers, Cheshire's very own Gin to Watercress from the Wirral you are certain to discover something to get you going.


By Air The nearest airports to Chester & Cheshire are Manchester International and Liverpool John Lennon, which are both about 40 minutes by road. By Road Main motorway links to Chester & Cheshire are through the M6, M56 and M53. By Rail Chester is now only two hours from London where you can connect to local Arriva Trains services to the North Wales Coast. Crewe is the northern hub of the rail network with regular connecting services throughout the region. There are inward services from London, Scotland, Derby, Birmingham and the West Midlands. By Bus Cheshire is well served by local bus services throughout the county.