Cheshire is full of Instagramable places and locations to visit that budding influencers won’t be able to resist sharing! This year Cheshire has even ranked in the top 10 most instagramable counties in the UK with a total of 2.8million Cheshire hashtags across Instagram. With Picturesque streets, iconic heritage, historic buildings, unique restaurants and adrenaline pumping attractions it’s no surprise that people have happily snapped up millions of photos around Cheshire!

We've rounded up some of the best places to eat, stay and visit that we are sure you will make for some inspiring posts and to rack up those likes!
 

Must-Share Spots

Chester Zoo
 

Chester zoo is fan favourite, a visit to Cheshire is not complete without a trip to the UK’s number one zoo. Chester Zoo is home to over 27,000 endangered and exotic animals based in beautiful, award-winning zoological gardens. With over 500 different animal species over 125 acres, there’s no shortage of must-share spots for amateur wildlife photographers. Whether taking a selfie with a red panda, or capturing the elephants at play, Chester Zoo is sure to make for a great story.

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Old Pale Hill - Delamere Forest
 

The views from the top of Old Pale hill at Delamere are infinitely Instagrammable – with panoramic scenes of the entirety of Cheshire, Liverpool, Manchester and Wales. This is a top spot for a selfie or a great panoramic shot – on a clear day you can look out for the iconic Lovell Telescope in the distance.

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Mow Cop
 

Another sublime spot for snapping up those panoramic views, Mow Cop is a real gem of Cheshire scenery. At Mow Cop, the folly offers 360-degree views of the Staffordshire moorlands and the Cheshire Plain and at its highest point you’ll find the mysterious tower was built as a summer house in 1754 by the local Lord of the Manor. This location will surely liven up your social feeds with the scenic views and intriguing architecture.

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Tatton Park
 

Tatton Park is full of places to spice up your feed. There’s the opulent 17th century mansion with carefully-manicured gardens – ideal backdrops for the perfect picture. Then there’s the 1000-acres of parkland with scenic views including the lake, pristine forestry, and animals – in particular the deer, who are never too shy to be featured in your pics. Or why not visit the farm and snap a selfie with some of the adorable animals there? Tatton Park is also just a stone’s throw from the ever-grammable Knutsford, with its independent boutiques, fashionable bars, and great restaurants. A day out here will make for a compelling story!

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Arley Hall and Gardens
 

Cheshire is home to many a stately home and estate, all of which will spice up your feed with their opulent architecture and extensive grounds. Arley Hall in Northwich is a prime example, with its 19th century mansion, immaculately manicured gardens, and parkland. You can really get your followers engaged by snapping a selfie in front of the Hall, and they may recognise that you’re standing in front of the house of Peaky Blinders’ Tommy Shelby! Arley Hall has been used as the location of the country manor of Cillian Murphy’s Tommy Shelby in a number of the show’s series.

Arley Hall


Food for your Feed
 

Shrub
 

Shrub is a plant-based eatery offering food, coffee, cocktails and more, located on The Rows in the heart of Chester. The entirely vegan restaurant has an abundance of high-quality picture worthy dishes from mushroom calamari and poké bowls to seitan burgers and laksa. And of course, not forgetting dessert! Brownies, cheesecakes, tarts, and sorbets a sweet tooth heaven! Perfect to show off online to make all your friends jealous! To the beautifully presented food to the unique decoration and location overlooking the streets of Chester it’s definitely a highly Instagramable location.

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Palm
 

Palm is a foodie’s paradise serving sweet and savoury treats, and even hosts a Bottomless Brunch every Sunday as well as Afternoon teas there’s really something for all ages. There is a live DJ 3 days a week and a vending machine full of Doll Beauty goodies for the makeup lovers! They are one of Chester most fashionable independent restaurants from their vibrant pink exterior to their elegant flower walls and delicious food it is impossible not to snap up some pictures or even take a quick selfie before you leave.

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Bench Bistro Bar
 

Found in Nantwich (already an extremely photogenic town), Bench Bistro is a quirky restaurant that specialises in, as the name suggests, bench experiences. With everything from afternoon tea benches to junior benches and for the adults even a porn star martini bench, Bench provides many a photo opportunity! It’s an extremely unique dining experience that can be tailored to suit everyone, alongside their bench experiences they also have a vast menu for all ages and dietary requirements like vegan, gluten free and vegetarian with an imaginative selection of drinks to wash it all down with. The bistro itself is full of vibrancy and looks magical with a large outdoor patio area ready for the summer sun as well as flower walls and displays to ensure you capture the perfect photos while you visit!

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Stays to Inspire Your Followers
 

Forest Holidays Delamere Forest 
 

Idyllic woodland location; check. Luxurious log cabins; check. Stylish interiors; check. Scenic balconies with hot tubs and pizza ovens; double check. Forest Holidays Delamere Forest has it all when it comes to livening up your social feed. While you enjoy the tranquillity of Delamere and the surrounding area, you can snap some of these unforgettable moments. And while you cosy up in your luxury log cabin or take a soak in the hot tub, make sure to capture the moment – your followers will be green with envy!

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Carden Park Estate
 

Carden park is just about as lush as it gets. This opulent country estate offers a 4 star hotel, world class spa and thermal garden, and a whole host of activities like the Vertigo aerial adventure course, air rifles, quad biking and much more. Your followers will really engage with some shots of you relaxing in the thermal garden, by the pool, chilling in the spa, riding quad bikes or armed with an air rifle. The grounds are incredibly photogenic in and of themselves too, making this a must-share place to stay and play.

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Pitch & Canvas
 

Pitch & Canvas is a hidden gem nestled within the Cheshire countryside. The family focused site specialises in camping, touring, glamping and self-catering holidays. If you’re wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of normal life, the quite countryside spot is the perfect place to be. Pitch & Canvas offer a unique all kinds of quirky ways to stay, from cosy pods to their special family bluebell tent which takes all the usual stress and hassle out of campaign in order to create a much more comfortable experience for everyone to enjoy! After a busy day you can come back to your tent, yurt, pod or camper and sit round the fire roasting marshmallows and creating lasting memories – all perfect for those memorable pics to share with your friends and followers.

Pitch & Canvas tent and pod

Hopefully you're fully inspired to go out and explore Cheshire, and spice up your feeds with some of these amazing places. Make sure to use #OurCheshireFamily to let us know how you're enjoying Cheshire.

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  1. rebimi
    There are really a lot of cool locations in Cheshire, next to which you definitely want to take a picture. At least when I was there for sure. Now I also want to travel around the country in search of beautiful places, but my Instagram account was hacked, how can I get it back? I don't want to start a new one. Do you think they https://social-me.co.uk / can they help?

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