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Visiting by car: Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre can be found just off the A535 between Holmes Chapel and Alderley Edge, clearly signposted along the nearby roads with brown signs. We are approximately 6 miles from Junction 18 of the M6. Sat Nav users SK11 9DW
By rail: From Goostrey. Turn right down Station Road to the church in Goostrey village. Turn right at church and follow country roads, do not turn off this road, even though you appear to be heading away from the telescope. The road goes over the railway bridge and the entrance is on the right hand side.
Visiting by taxi.: Alderley Edge, Macclesfield, Knutsford and Holmes Chapel are all within a 25 minute taxi ride
Attractive family farm in unspoilt countryside, with quality accommodation in Cheshire...
Farmhouse style bed and breakfast accommodation with all modern amenities in Cheshire...
A warm, friendly, relaxing welcome awaits you when you walk in the door at Chapel Cottage.
A comfortable, quiet, self-contained annex situated on the edge of Goostrey village,...
A central Cheshire location close to Jodrell Bank, 5 minutes from Goostrey Station.
Quiet setting deep in the Cheshire countryside, yet only 20 minutes from the M6.
These two newly converted one and two bedroom cottages at Hollins Farm have been...
This picturesque and tranquil site is located in the grounds of a magnificent stately...
Typical traditional Cheshire farm in green belt rural area near Manchester Airport.
Broomfield Barn provides self-catering accommodation for up to ten people
The Cottage enjoys a good reputation for quality, comfort, good food and the friendliness...
A newly refurbished 17th Century Grade II listed country pub & hotel – essentially a...
**Winner of the Business Tourism Award 2013** Cranage Hall is unrivalled in the area for...
Attractive award-winning traditional farmhouse with luxurious rooms in converted stables.
You spend the night, not a fortune (TM).
Built as a family home in 1850, this imposing sandstone building is now one of Cheshire’s...
|Peak Season (1 May 2015 - 1 Nov 2015)|
|Open All Year|
|February Half Term (16 Feb 2016 - 20 Feb 2016)|
|Easter Opening (30 Mar 2016 - 10 Apr 2016)|
|Off Peak Season - Except 16 - 20 Feb & 30 Mar - 10 Apr (3 Nov 2015 - 1 May 2016)|
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult (inc gift aid)||£7.50 adult|
|Child (inc gift aid)||£5.50 child|
|Concession (inc gift aid)||£5.50 senior citizen|
|Family 2+2 (inc gift aid)||£24.00 family|
|Family 2+3 (inc gift aid)||£28.60 family|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.