It is no secret that Cheshire has spectacular natural scenery. In this blog, we outline where you can get the best views of our county AND which of our fantastic self-catering providers are nearby!

For easy access to Tegg’s Nose Country Park, why not stay at Kerridge End Holiday Cottages?

Tegg’s Nose Country Park boasts a 380m summit, giving its climbers unparalleled views of not only the Cheshire Plain, but Jodrell Bank, the Welsh mountains, and the countless hills around Macclesfield Forest! What better way to experience this Cheshire panorama than with a luxurious self-catering break at Kerridge End Holiday Cottages? The award-winning accommodation provider offers three beautifully restored Kerridge stone buildings, with sleeping capacities varying from 2 to 6 people! Some of the cottages on site permit pets, allowing your dog the opportunity to experience life in the lap of luxury and join you on your stunning walk too! Did we mention they are also located just 30-minutes from Tegg’s Nose Country Park by foot, and 5-minutes away by car?

For a bonus viewpoint, why not travel to the nearby Kerridge Hill and admire the iconic structure White Nancy? Did you know it was originally built as a summer house by the resident Gaskell family in the 1800s?

Teggs Nose and Kerridge End Cottages

The Lovell Telescope is easily one of Cheshire’s most famous sights, and if you stay at Betley Court Farm, you will be based right on its doorstep!

The internationally renowned landmark at Jodrell Bank has been blessing Cheshire with its presence for over 50 years, and is actually one of the biggest and most powerful radio telescopes worldwide! Located just 25-minutes away by car, Betley Court Farm offers a choice of three stunning cottages, with capacities for between 2 and 4 people. Subject to which cottage you choose, you might even be able to enjoy a hot tub during your stay, perfect for after a long day exploring Jodrell Bank!

Betley Court and the Lovell Telescope

Beeston Castle, a majestic medieval attraction, is easily accessible by car from Rondeva, Chester.

Allowing panoramic views of up to eight counties on a clear day, from the Pennies to the Welsh mountains, this dramatic medieval castle offers views second to none! Keep enjoying the beauty of the past with a stay in Rondeva, housed in a Georgian Grade II listed mid-terrace property overlooking the River Dee, and located just 25-minutes away by car from Beeston Castle! The self-catering establishment is spacious and lovingly furnished, and also offers a summer room, moorings and BBQ furniture. This accommodation option is suitable for up to five people and has been classified as Good to Go by VisitEngland and has received a 9.6 rating on!

Rondeva and Beeston Castle

The fantastic, NEW Forest Holidays Delamere is just a 25-minute walk, or 3-minute drive away from Old Pale Hill!

Situated in the heart of Delamere Forest, Cheshire’s largest woodland, these self-catering cabins offer luxurious stays for all. There are six grades of cabins available with capacities ranging from up to six to 10 guests, all featuring calming muted shades of décor and weathered oak furniture. Some of the venues are also wheelchair-adapted. Looking for something out of the ordinary? Why not book a stay in the towering Golden Oak Treehouse which features an additional en-suite bedroom situated across a rope bridge? 

And of course, you need to pair your Forest Holidays stay with a visit to Old Pale Hill, the highest point of the sandstone ridge, spanning 100m above ground. Reaching the peak is reasonably gentle and on well-made, firm surfaces, and those who reach the top are rewarded with dramatic views across seven counties! Did we mention that dogs are welcome on the walk too?

Forest Holidays Delamere and Old Pale Hill

Tower View is perfectly located for those wishing to marvel at the unique Chester Rows and Roman Architecture!

Based in Chester’s city centre, the modern and spacious Tower View apartment is ideal for those wishing to explore the city’s historic core! Alongside its ideal location and size, it also boasts its own private entrance, secure off-street parking, and a fireplace installed, allowing for true convenience and comfort.

Chester is the only city in Britain that retains its full circuit of ancient defensive walls, and nowadays these make for spectacular views and learning about the areas turbulent past! These also take you past the Roman streets, Roman Amphitheatre and old Roman Port which is now home to the Racecourse! There are four main entrances to the walls, Northgate, Eastgate, Watergate and Bridgegate, but there are steps allowing access along the walls too. This means it is easy to reach the walls from the Chester Rows, the unique two-tiered high street whose origin still confuses professionals to this day. The Rows offer a wealth of independent and chain retailers, cafes and restaurants, and one can easily spend a few hours exploring their treasures.

Tower View and Chester's Roman Walls

The marvellous Acorn Cottage is located in close proximity to Alderley Edge!

With a summit of 194m, those who climb the thickly wooded sandstone ridge of Alderley Edge are treated to picturesque views of Cheshire, the Pennines and beyond! Be sure to visit the stunning areas behind the site of historic interest too, parts that many miss out on!

Why not pair your visit to the Edge with a stay in the stunning rural retreat of Acorn Cottage? Surrounded by five acres of unspoilt countryside, this former detached barn, which originally dates back to the 1700s, has been transformed into a comfortable holiday home boasting two bedrooms, Wi-Fi, private parking for two cars and an outdoor seating area to name a few. Please note that Acorn Cottage is available for couples, family bookings and holidaymakers only.

Acron Cottage and Alderley Edge

Interested in visiting Appleton Park in Warrington? Why not stay at Broomedge Farm Cottages?

With a maximum height of 77.4m, Appleton Park in Warrington offers glorious views over its hometown and the Mersey Valley. Of course, whilst you are in the heart of Warrington, be sure to visit the other stunning nearby sites such as Grappenhall Heys Walled Garden, Lymm Dam and Walton Hall and Gardens!

For best access to these viewpoints, consider staying in the nearby Broomedge Farm Cottages. Located on a quiet farm near Lymm in the Cheshire countryside, the accommodation itself boasts fantastic views of the surrounding hills to the north and east! Furnished to the highest specification, the cottages are also warm, comfortable and spacious, making them fully equipped for all visitors. They are just a 15-minute drive away from Appleton, and the journey is to do via public transport.

Broomedge Farm and Walton Hall Gardens

 We hope you have discovered some of Cheshire’s fantastic viewpoints, and equally feel inspired to visit some of their nearby self-catering accommodation offers when the time is right for you! Let us know what you think in the comments below.


Kerridge End Holiday Cottages
Exterior of Kerridge End Holiday Cottages

Kerridge End Cottages are three stunning cottages that have been converted to offer comfort and pleasure to all that stay here in Cheshire Peak District.

Teggs Nose Country Park
Country / Royal Park
teggs nose country park

At Tegg’s Nose Country Park rock dominates the landscape. Dry stone walls and sturdy barns add to the dramatic character of the steeply sided valleys while many of the hill tops are pitted with old quarries.

Betley Court Farm - SC
Self Catering at Betley Court Farm

Located on the owners’ working farm in the village of Betley, these two semi-detached, brick built barn conversions offer tasteful and comfortable accommodation close to the Cheshire/Staffordshire border making them the ideal touring base for families and couples who like plenty to see and do.

Jodrell Bank
Heritage / Visitor Centre
Jodrell Bank, Cheshire

Jodrell Bank is an amazing, unique, and awe-inspiring place. A world-leading deep-space radio observatory, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and an award-winning national visitor attraction.

Beeston Castle and Woodland Park
Heritage / Visitor Centre
Beeston Castle and Bridge - English Heritage

Set 350 feet above the Cheshire Plain on the sheer rocky crags Beeston Castle is a magical site with something for everyone.

Forest Holidays Delamere Forest
A cabin with a hot tub at Forest Holidays Delamere Forest

Stay in one of Britain's most beautiful forests, in a secluded location offering a retreat from the everyday.

Delamere Forest Walkways
Walking Route
Delamere Forest Walkways

Delamere Forest is an ideal place to go for a walk, with 6 waymarked paths. With dry sandstone paths, lots of mature pines to shade or shelter under depending upon the weather and the flooded forest of Blakemere attracting birds to watch.

Alderley Edge
Cheshire Peak District
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.

Broomedge Farm Cottages
Broomedge Farm Cottages bedroom

Broomedge Farm Cottages are located on a quiet farm near Lymm in the Cheshire countryside, between Manchester and Liverpool, with wonderful views of the surrounding hills to the North and East.

Walton Hall & Gardens
Historic House / Palace
Walton Hall & Gardens, Warrington

Set within acres of tranquil and idyllic parkland is Walton Hall and Gardens – the former home of Lord and Lady Daresbury.



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