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  1. Add Adlington to your Itinerary



    A scattered village nestling in gorgeous countryside north of Macclesfield.

  2. Add Alderley Edge to your Itinerary

    Alderley Edge

    Alderley Edge

    The picturesque village of Alderley Edge sits in the east of Cheshire and offers a fabulous range of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. Famed for being home to the rich and famous it’s known as the Champagne capital of Britain.

  3. Add Astbury to your Itinerary



    Located near Congleton, Astbury is a pretty village, with a fine display of daffodils every spring and a well-kept village green. A number of timber-framed black and white buildings and cottages pepper the village - keeping that rural atmosphere.

  4. Add Audlem to your Itinerary


    Near Nantwich

    Well worth a visit. Audlem has a range of shops that attract many visitors as well as catering for its local residents.

  5. Add Bunbury to your Itinerary


    Nr Nantwich

    Bunbury was used as the location for Home Fires (known in the series as Great Paxford), a drama shown on ITV for two series.

  6. Add Daresbury to your Itinerary



    A small picturesque village, best known as the birthplace of writer Lewis Carroll. The stained-glass window in All Saints Church depicts characters from Alice in Wonderland.

  7. Add Disley to your Itinerary



    Disley is a picturesque village a stone’s throw away from the Peak District National Park, and is a great base for exploring the Peak District.

  8. Add Gawsworth to your Itinerary



    A peaceful and beautiful village with scattered cottages and farms mingling with halls, a church, pools and leafy lanes.

  9. Add Holmes Chapel to your Itinerary

    Holmes Chapel

    Holmes Chapel is an attractive village overlooking the Dane Valley, a picturesque region that is popular with walkers and cyclists.

  10. Add Lymm to your Itinerary



    A picturesque village in the heart of Cheshire, Lymm boasts numerous restaurants and pubs, beautiful walks around the village.

  11. Add Malpas to your Itinerary


    A picturesque village deep in the south Cheshire countryside, Malpas still retains its Norman motte and bailey castle, as well as a medieval street pattern.

  12. Add Marbury to your Itinerary



    Picturesque village in the heart of the Cheshire countryside, with mere lakes to the south and east sides of the village. A regular winner of the Best Kept Village Competition.

  13. Add Mobberley to your Itinerary



    Mentioned in the Domesday Book as 'Motburlege', Mobberley is a residential area set in farmland and is England's largest parish.

  14. Add Poynton to your Itinerary



    Poynton nestles in the foothills of the Peak District National Park and is a perfect base for exploring the Cheshire countryside.

  15. Add Prestbury to your Itinerary



    Sitting in sight of the Pennine foothills astride the River Bollin, pretty Prestbury dates to Anglo Saxon times. Its original name was Preosta burgh meaning the borough or dwelling of the priests.

  16. Add Rainow to your Itinerary



    The rounded hills are a distinct contract to the red brick and lush farmlands of the Cheshire Plain.

  17. Stockton Heath

    Add Stockton Heath to your Itinerary

    Stockton Heath


    A village with a country feel, yet with urban benefits, just on the outskirts of Warrington.

  18. Add Styal to your Itinerary



    The name of the settlement was, in 120, described at 'Styhale' and as 'Stihal' in 1286. The first element 'stig' in Old English, means 'a hall with a pigsty'.

  19. Add Wincle to your Itinerary



    The sign on the Ship Inn, in this remote hamlet, sitting high up on the edge of the Peak District, depicts the 'Nimrod' - the vessel in which the local Sir Philip Brocklehurst accompanied Shackleton to the Antarctic.

  20. Add Wrenbury to your Itinerary


    Nr Nantwich

    In 1643, during the English Civil War, Wrenbury Hall served as accommodation for the Parliamentarian forces as they prepared for the fateful Battle of Nantwich, in which, the Royalist troops where thoroughly routed.

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